gamers (79%) found this review helpful
I'm a big NFS fan. I have owned all of them. My hopes was very high for this one even after playing the demo. Like someone mention it gets boring after seeing the same type of courses over and over again. The wheelie course is neat. The other track courses are to short and not enough driving time. I'v even created my own racedays but that didn't help either. I missed not having the free roaming and most of all, no POLICE to chases you around. I was looking foward to that adrenaline rush.
gamers (71%) found this review helpful
Well after playing Carbin I was let down. Carbon was a step back for the series when compared to Most Wanted. I rented this expecting another let down, but was surprised. It was much better than Carbon. Now if they can add the Good of Most Wanted, ProStreet, and Underground then they have a chance at a really, really good game. It is worth a rental and possible purchase, I got it for a Xmas present so now I can return the rental.
gamers (68%) found this review helpful
Ok this is like blasphemey for me because I am a long time dedicated Need for speed fan. I was extremly excited to check out the newest installment (pro street). I bought the game the day it came out and rushed home and put it in not questioning it because it had the "need for speed" title. It is by far the worst game in my library. Not to mention the story line is a replica of the original Grand Turismo on PS1. Thats right they dropped the street racing genre and now you have to race at a track (boring), cant wreck (boring), real physics (boring), upgrade car with real money VIA microsoft points (disturbing, Not running from cops which is the main appeal of the game. Anyways I can go on and on telling you how horrible this game is but im sure there are a few out there who will love it and as far as im concerned Need for speed is no more. sold out to project gotham style racing. which is really unfortunate.