A gorgeous-looking, very well designed game that offers five different racing styles to tackle - and a bevy of interesting cars to modify and make your own. Its story is a lot of fun, and it's set in an impressively large environment that is very enjoyable to drive around. A great arcade racer that's both challenging and addictive.
Not the best of reboots, but certainly not the worst, the latest Need For Speed plays it safe with a reborn franchise that is focused on finding the lust for momentum that it had lost in previous installments. A solid start, even if it doesn't finish ahead of the pack.
With strong arcade-style racing, great visuals and sounds, Need for Speed looks the part, but falls short in other areas such as poor A.I., limited body part options and lack of incentives to keep you motivated to race.
It’s actually a pretty decent Need for Speed. I beated this game before Payback and playing Heat, and I don’t know why and how NFS was coming back with this game than started to losing the track again payback ahead.
One of the great advantages of Need for Speed is the emphasis on car customization. The game offers a wide variety of tuning options, from aesthetics to performance, allowing players to create unique vehicles that suit their driving **** inclusion of appearances by well-known people in the car world, such as Ken Block, adds an element of authenticity to the game. This provides a more realistic connection to car culture, especially for fans of these **** of the criticisms of the game is the restriction on gameplay at night. Although the nighttime setting creates an immersive atmosphere and highlights the neon lights and urban vibe, limiting gameplay to this period may frustrate some players who prefer daylight for racing.Need for Speed's gameplay has a slightly different style than the series' usual, making it more challenging, especially at the beginning. The physics and response of the cars may seem a little less intuitive to players accustomed to previous titles in the franchise.
I hate this game. There is only one reason, I am mad writing this review right now. First of all, THERE IS NO PAUSE BUTTON. This means that, if your controller dies, the game will continue. In my case I was in a cop chase. There were five police on me. My controller unexpectedly died, resulting in me being caught, but, If my PlayStation 4 wasn’t a used one, so it may have had some unseen issues (I have now had it for around five years), but that is no excuse, to me it is fine if this game regularly had no pause button, but It is very needed if your controller dies, not to mention, I was twenty minutes into the chase, there was another chase I had, it was fifteen minutes long (I also got caught there). In total, I wasted around thirty-five minutes of my life on these chases, due to a major in-game issue. Besides that, this game has awesome graphics and details. 9.9/10.
SummaryOne of the first things you’ll notice when tackling the front of your car is the ability to modify your stance. Whether you are changing the ride height by slamming it to the ground, raising it up, or anything in between, you choose your perfect ride height. Throw in options for rake and both front and rear track width, and you’re on yo...