Summary: Mostly, this game is not too good, but not too bad. The story is kind of short, the game play is OK. The tuning is really not that good. The police chases get too hectic, the street races are hard later in the game, and the opponents you race against are pretty much difficult to play against. My opinion on this game is that I would not recommend people to buy this game because this game needs fixing to fix all these problems to make it into a great game.
Summary: I was first attracted to this game by the police chases that night i went to gamestop and got myself a copy i played it for a little while and then put it down the cars are amazing and the customization is okay but the cars are overpriced and in the beginning you do not make much money if u like racing games and don't have this gave you should really consider buying yourself a copy.
Summary: This game is actually a step up for Need For Speed, but it good have been better. The gameplay is alright, its not as fun as Hot Pursuit 2/Underground series, Most Wanted/Carbon but its still a 6 or 7 out of 10 in that category. With all those games you want to play so badly but with this game you just want to finish it. I still think its fun, when the story-line is there. The story-line gets better as you get further into the game.
Summary: Good old fashioned Need for Speed style fun. Not the most amazing graphics or most realistic game play, but it isn't intended to be. It has an addictive story mode with different race styles and the classic "outrun the cops" battles. Overall a very good game, would be even better if it were multiplayer.
Summary: Need for Speed: Undercover is a very straightforward racing game. The controls are very simple and if you can do one race, you can do all of them. It takes some time to complete all of the races and to dominate the ones you need to, however, which is why the difficulty is a 4/10 and not lower. Introduction: Need for Speed: Undercover is somewhat a sandbox game, but first you need to complete the career.