Reviews and Problems with Need For Speed Undercover
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Great fun but easy
Mario Meza, Amazon
14 January 2015
Summary: Its easy but ok. If you don't get in first place you hardly stand a chance at winning the race but if you hurry up and pass everyone they will wreck you in last place and you will rarely catch up but if you boost your way past first you will be able to beat a race at least 20 seconds ahead. I did like the free roam but I hated how you play as an undercover cop and the cops still chase you down.
amazon reviewer "the reviewer has reviewed", Amazon
23 August 2012
Summary: You are an officer in the tri-city police department... Your job is to good into a deep undercover operation to bust car thieves in tri-city... Race throgh circut, sprint, escape, and "cost to state" races. All while you are getting deeper into your mission. This game is not your ordinary need for speed full of rivalry, sabotage,(and the occasional romance). The only thing is no one not even the cops can know that you are one of them so don't hold back!
Summary: I have enjoyed the Need For Speed games for many years and this game has lived up to the Need For Speed name. The game play is fast paced and the added driving skills make the game play new. The game as a whole is done well and is worth the price for the amount of game play that can be had. The save feature makes this a pick up and play in short spurt's or a hard core long term play, which ever you are in the mood for.
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.
Summary: A very good game with a fun story line. I would have liked to see more controller configurations. I don't like steering with the analog. The races seem a little too easy. Overall, a good addition to the NFS collection.
Summary: It is a great game with fast cars, hard races, and a great map. The storyline is good also. The only thing I didn't like about it was the money. Going through the game you can make enough to purchase a few nice cars but once you beat it money comes very slowly and the others cars you may want to try, there just isn't money for without playing the races over and over for hours.