Summary: I wanted to like this game, looked at the critics reviews, I should buy it. The best thing about it is the graphics, but even some parts of it are bad. It is almost impossible to see oncoming traffic. The second good thing is the car list and you don't have to buy them. That's it.
Summary: This sucks! I really want to give this a 0 but I'll be fair at least. Firstly I really looked forward to this game, but then i played it... Repetitive career, no split-screen to race at home against friends, only good thing is graphics and its something different being a cop.
Summary: The bads: -handling: cars feel extremely heavy on the turns yet twitchy on straight aways. Massive under steer on cars that shouldn't have it. - Dumb A.I.: cars will stop like a deer in the headlights when you whiz by them , or steer into your car causing you to crash.
Summary: If you like the old Burnout series then you might like this (personally not a fan of Criterion Games) and their finger prints are all over this game as they were bought up by EA when they went under.
Summary: My son and I have been playing video games together since he was an infant and used to sit on my lap behind the steering wheel to beep the horn or push various buttons while I raced. We had a lot of fun playing Midnight Club and Need for Speed.
Summary: I have followed the NFS series, enjoy the action, great graphics and "feel" of the driving experience. I was looking forward to the latest installment but have to say am disappointed that there is no split screen capability.
Summary: I cant help feeling that this game has been really overated by the critics.. When i first heard about the game,I thought "Great! Need for Speed is going back to its roots.Its going to be like & play like Need for Speed 1 on the 3DO,Saturn & PS1 all those years ago,but with better graphics,Free...