Summary: Fun game but gets old and annoying. I like that your always driving on a new road and it actually feels like your driving cross country. Just all the cars feel really similar and there isn't any modification or tuning to cars which I enjoy in racing games.
Summary: After being extremely impressed with Hot Pursuit, I picked up this game thinking it would be a step up from that. Not true. Don't get me wrong, this is a great game. The graphics are fairly good and overall it's a fun game, but compared to previous NFS games, it's nothing to brag about.
Summary: My Friend bought this game from Amazon for £23 which is the first gripe about this game. It's definitely not worth the full £42 being asked by some other retailers. It's mildly entertaining for a while but all of the points which have made NFS games good are sadly lacking in this game.
Summary: EA is here again to bring another amazing Need for Speed game, or that's what they try to do here. Need for Speed: The Run at first glance seems to bring NFS fans what they've wanted for a while, which is going back to the roots with awesome action-racing and an awesome storyline.
Excerpt: My Purchase. I bought this game basically when I saw it for a price that I was happy with because the advertising had me interested and is seemed that Need for Speed The Run takes the series in a new direction or at least a diversion, I paid £14.99 for my copy and online it goes for £4 upwards.
Need For Speed - The Run - Slightly too Disappointing
14 December 2012
Excerpt: Every time I go into a shop it seems to be there is always a new Need for Speed (NFS) game released, being quite a loyal fan since the days of Need for Speed Underground on Ps2 I’ve been hooked on the concept of racing expensive cars through open streets and customisation of your vehicles to create...