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Need for Speed: Most Wanted
19 March 2013
Excerpt: Editor's Note: The following review pertains only to the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC editions of Need for Speed: Most Wanted. Please see Page 2 for GamesRadar's review of the PS Vita edition.
Pros: Fun and varied multiplayer racing modes, Challenging racing system that values skill over luck, Great leaderboard implementation
Cons: Underwhelming singleplayer campaign, Poor feedback regarding racing routes, Occasional bugs that will boot you from online sessions
Conclusion: I personally would prefer a lobby as Hot Pursuit (2010) has it. But, I am not much one for Multiplayer anyway. Conclusion It's a Criterion game, it's Need for Speed. That's basically all I had to know when I bought it.
Summary: " Need For Speed: Most Wanted " is a real mixed bag of content. You get loads to do, a great roster of vehicles, and a well designed city to race around in. The multiplayer is just brilliant, and everything is connected up in a really solid fashion.
Summary: Criterion continues their great racing tradition with
. Sure, there are some minor complaints, but it doesn’t stop the fun that the game has throughout. If you have some friends that enjoy racers, this is a must have for the multiplayer alone.
Summary: Need for Speed: Most Wanted is the latest installment in the Need for Speed franchise and the second of entry from Criterion Games. With it being Criterion’s second time behind the wheel I assumed that they were confident and ambitious enough to drive the series into the next generation.
Summary: Need for Speed: Most Wanted is yet another solid release from Criterion Games. It's full of memorable events, amazing visuals and the best online multiplayer racing action around. Unfortunately, it's also in the shadows of a much better racing game.
Summary: Lose the cops - your way. Hit jumps and shortcuts, switch cars, hide out or play to your car's strengths by driving off-road, hitting straights or diving into back alleys. Drive anywhere, explore the world, hang out with your friends or toy with the cops.
Most Wanted is the best thing to happen to Need for Speed since Shift
Quarter to Three
5 November 2012
Excerpt: This time, there are no people in Need for Speed: Most Wanted. I don’t just mean the absence of pedestrians on the generic city’s sidewalks and in its parks. There is no mute doofus protagonist. There are no trash talking rivals.