Reviews and Problems with Need for Speed Hot Pursuit
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I would price this game at no more than 10$ at this time.
15 June 2013
Summary: Good game play, needs on-line pass to play on-line, EA didn't completely screw up on this title but they didn't exceed expectations either. For those interested in such a product I'd suggest buying Grid or Grid 2 instead. All in all this was a decent purchase for a decent price.
Summary: it is pretty good but the steering is really hard to do. you can only change the color of the car :( nothing else. better than midnight club la though.it is very hard to see at night because of the poor lighting. the bounty system is nice. car sounds are nice but the soundtrack is pretty lack luster.
Summary: First of all this game has very stunning graphics and good racing physics and realistic car performance. Each car handles and turn very uniquely from each other in very noticeable way. Many average cars and even more super cars like the Bugatti, Porsche and Lambo. If you like racing games pick this one up its tons of fun, if only it had split-screen...
Summary: This game came delivered in perfect condition. Honestly, you'd never know it was previously used, as the quality is perfect, no scratches, no anything! Thankfully, I got the same quality as a new game without paying the price.
Hot Pursuit gets a 'good' rating from an accomplished gamer (and his sons)
4 September 2012
Summary: My sons love this game. They are a bit too young to drive at the level necessary so I am the 'adult gamer'. I actually purchased 'The Run' prior to buying Hot Pursuit and they are similar as far as the driving goes. Watch out for spike strips from the back of competing cars as well as EMP. You won't get this from 'The Run' - Help slow down the super fast 'racers' by calling for road block or heli (not on all races) - sometimes you just have to use raw ramming power.
Summary: This game was by far the most exciting, action-packed, and realistic racing game that I have ever played. The graphics and sound were almost life like and the crashes were very realistic and highly detailed too. The only let down was the lasting appeal; I played the game for about 20 hours on single-player mode before the game started to get boring and repetitive, traded-in the game for another after a week.
Summary: Hot Pursuit is a fun, intense and satisfying arcade racer. It offers single player and online multiplayer experiences (no split-screen), has nice presentation throughout and has beautifully rendered cars and scenery. Autolog is the first thing to load. It even has a visual and narrated tutorial explaining its features. Autolog has seven categories. "Photos" is where you view captured images of in game or showroom.
Summary: This is not a need for speed game that fans are used to, but if your a fan of Burnout then it's alot like those games, The cars are Need for Speed and the tracks but not the controls nor the gameplay are NFS they are totally burnout, but if you like the burnout games and you want some cars and police that's typically what you would find in a Need for Speed game then you'll like this game, but if your a NFS Underground, NFS Most Wanted, NFS Shift, type of person then you...