Summary: When it comes to my 360, I only play racing games. And when it comes to my racing games, I'm pretty brand loyal. I like need for speed. I've been playing the series since Underground for the PS2 and have tried every title since (including the original most wanted and most wanted 5-1-0 for psp). So after what I thought was a pretty great game in The Run, I was really excited for Most Wanted's 2012 debut.
Summary: there is very few customization, not enough cars, and race types compared to THE ALL MIGHTY FORZA HORIZON ULITIMATE EDITION which i would recommend to everyone until NFS can add more then what they gave. bravo to the graphics and the sound. but not enough races (which i beat it within 2 weeks) no manually visual customization and realistic performance customization, no 2-players (it should be 4-players for now and days because people come over and want to play like the...
Summary: Need for Speed: Most Wanted isn’t just mediocre, it’s very mediocre. In fact, its highest selling point is probably the fact that it’s such a generic racing game. It’s perfect to just pick up and play especially if – like me – you have little interest in cars or in playing a realistic racing sim. But it’s all flash and no substance, like a wine that’s been watered down so it can appeal to many palates without offending any.
Summary: I have always enjoyed the Need For Speed series; however, this game is a HUGE diappointment. This game has been altered too much. Free roam is exceptional, but game controls are rediculous. There are no pursuit breakers or speedbreakers. Car customization has been removed. The only thing that can be customized is overall performance parts, nothing specific. Colors are basic gloss finishes. Car crashes have been dramatized alot and Most Wanted plays as a burnout game.
Summary: I was hoping for burnout paradise with cop chases and maybe some forza style customization. unfortunately its nothing like any of that. the open world is OK at best, it feels big at first but it feels smaller as you play a bit. there are cars scattered around that you unlock if you go to them, each car has it's own races ( some are repeats with other cars) that unlock items, sadly each car only has a few unlocks.
Summary: i played this game for like 20 minutes and was annoyed by the freqent slo mo crashed scene. everytime u run into something even a roadblock or cop car it crashes u. dont buy this game get prostreet if u want a gd need for speed.
Summary: im sorry it was a good try but an epic fail, to have to go thru race gaining XP to unlock things and yes this means your upgrades which are impossible to unlock the cars are so slow stock even a Lamborghini Gallardo cant out run the cops in town, crash cam is alright free roam is a little cluttered with random things around corners at times...