Reviews and Problems with Need for Speed Hot Pursuit
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Not 2 player, needs it's own EA Games account????
Lassie_D "Lassie_D", Amazon
9 November 2013
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. Honest to God, once when he was about 3 and we were racing, he said, "Mom, do you have a pair of scissors?" I said, "Huh?!" Then he chortled and said, "Because I'm going to cut you off!" and he did!!!
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. The game can be a lot of fun at times and then excrutiatenly difficult at others.You have to drive absolutely balls out and make no mistakes as you advance,oh and did I mention the game is filled with bugs(glitches) that ALWAYS error on the side game.
Summary: cant be played with the wii remote had to use a gc controller. the graphics were sub par and the gameplay wasnt there, you do the same races on different difficulties on the same courses. when you race as the cops it wasnt fun its just you not you working with computers to take down a car. its you against several cars admist a bunch of fakes. this one was a miss other nfs are awesome just not this one.
Summary: This game is terrible. I am disappointed in NFS for diverting from their glory days when you could go in, and Build a car from the tires up with a ton of modifications. There is absolutely no modification or money exchanges involved in this game whatsoever. You go through and unlock cars, which are race specific with each race using a certain "series" of cars. Say goodbye to the days where a honda civic could keep up with a real sports car.
Farmville with Wheels?! Cmon EA! Could've Been Better!
17 January 2011
Summary: Need For Speed isn't exactly known to be a racing simulator like Forza or Gran Turismo. But still...I expected more from this game. I mean small things like local 2 player mode is gone, an easy to navigate main screen is unheard of, and Autolog is another word for Facebook. Seriously, I don't want to post pictures and comments on people's walls when I play a video game. I'll do that when I'm on FB. Autolog has been the most annoying feature in recent video games.
Summary: This can be a fun game with friends, but the single player leveling up system is beastly. Upper levels are impossibly hard, and a small random AI vehicle will shave off that 1 second you needed to advance. Reload, restart, repeat.
Pros: Very nice graphics, playing cops and robbers with your friends is fun. Crashes are spectacular.
Cons: Silly driving physics, difficulty level very high on higher levels.
Summary: This game includes a feature called the "Online Pass". As far as I've been able to learn, this is a program to curb used game sales. One "Online Pass" is included in every game purchased new. For the player that buys the game used and wants to play online, they have to buy a $10 (approximate) "Online Pass" from EA. I'm a mom that games. I have two teen boys that game. The "Online Pass" is not just a problem for those buying a game used.