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Need for Speed Most Wanted

Posted November 18, 2012 by Leeroy Jenkins in News

The Need for Speed titles have been around for years and the remake of one of the best ones ever made is making quite a statement. The graphics have been redone and the driving controls have been touched up to a point where there is not one complaint about the driving in the game. Classic modes have been brought back as far as the racing and checkpoints but the really fun games that have never died down are back as well. One of my favorite out of these modes, is the cops and robbers mode where you play as either a cop trying to take down a speeding criminal by crashing them, or you play as a felony that is trying to last until the time runs out.

The way that this game has been done, really just makes EA look even better than they already are. The balance of games that EA has been kicking out is the best in a series that they have ever done, and Need for Speed Most Wanted is towards the front of the pack. Now it’s true that it’s a game for a certain type of gaming crowd (racing or car junkies) but this is one of those racing games that can be meant for everyone that enjoys a good game. From driving through tunnels and blinding light along a mountainside, to dodging cops and rival drivers in the city, this game deserves an amazing rating and more attention than the other Need for Speed games have gotten before.

This game that is setting the example for all other racing games everywhere is Need for Speed Most Wanted and it’s out now so remember to pick up a copy and get your race on. Another hit out of the park EA, so keep up the good work.

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