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Mixed or average reviews - based on 8 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 8
  2. Negative: 0 out of 8
  1. The best modder on the market, with more vehicles, automotive parts and decals than you can shake a wrench at.
  2. Outside of Mario Kart DS, this has been the most enjoyable racer on the Nintendo DS.
  3. 79
    Need for Speed ProStreet ended up a really good product on the Nintendo DS. It's a modest success with its fair share of pros and a handful of cons, but for the most part the development team's showing that it's getting more comfortable with the DS platform with every project it helms.
  4. The DS version of Need For Speed: ProStreet turns out as a pleasant surprise. It brings some fresh ideas and is a clear evolution above the previous games in the series.
  5. One of the better examples of a DS companion to an established game series - not much threat to Mario Kart in pure playability stakes, but home to surprising depth and fun all the same, providing you can look past the fact it's designed for people to play when they're not the one talking on Jeremy Kyle.
  6. We were pleasantly surprised with how it drew us in and kept us going.
  7. The core gameplay is well crafted and the different kinds of challenges and customisation can be thoroughly explored alone, offering a sophisticated complement to the instant fun of racers such as Mario Kart DS. Ultimately, though, the competitive edge of multiplayer will likely be the driving force in keeping players coming back for more.
  8. 70
    It succeeds as a conversion. It succeeds as a more mature racer. And it succeeds as a pure shot of vehicle-fueled adrenaline that you can take anywhere.

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