Looks good, sounds good, but utterly terrible handling
Racer Hex, Amazon
2 April 2014
Summary: Want a game that is cool looking with a handful of really nice cars that sound awesome? Not a hardcore racer with lots of wheel and pedals experience? Then this might be the game for you. Others, you might be disappointed. I had the original NFS Most Wanted on PS2.
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.
Summary: I have to say I did like NFS Hot Pursuit and the first Most Wanted. The only thing this game had in common with the old one is the races to get the other outlaws cars and the open world. Other then that it should have never claimed to be Most Wanted. Pros 1.
Summary: I bought the reviews...hook, line, and sinker. My two favorite sources "GI" & "IGN" both gave this game 9 plus out of 10 scores before it's launch (as an NFS fan I was commited already). On October 30th I purchased it, put it in the 360 and played it FOR 15 MINUTES!.
Summary: Well i got this game like many for the online satisfaction of playing with friends. So far its no different from Burnout paradise, you race to get a better car, which unfortunately looks exactly the same as the unmodded version. About the only pro to this game is the "Nice" graphics.
Summary: The graphics are ok, but there is no object to the game except become most wanted. Story line, nope. Just the city has a list of most wanted racers, spoiler alert, not really the title can tell you that.
Summary: The others have done a pretty good job summing it up. But needless to say, I am NOT satisfied with this game. Not one bit. To be fair, I haven't been a huge fan of NFS for a while now, but this one got me pretty excited.
Conclusion: If you like cars and street racing get this (or PGR3) If you like tearing up small tracks mullering other cars get burnout If you like a nice driving free play simulator get test drive unlimited. In my opinion I would choose Burnout or Test Drive This game handles like a podgy pig.
Summary: This game highly disappointed me because the controls are horrible. I thought the graphics and sound were good. I find myself trying to just keep the cars I'm driving from slamming into the walls more than actual racing. This is due to the bad way they designed the steering of the cars.