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Submitted by Sobaer 795d ago | opinion piece

Separating Need for Speed Most Wanted From Burnout Paradise 2

Need for Speed Most Wanted may be the spiritual successor to Burnout Paradise, but it's adding one key ingredient to the mix; brand recognition. (Burnout Paradise, Need for Speed Most Wanted, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

napoleon1066  +   795d ago
Personally, I wish all the cars were named after kitchen utensils. "Damn, that's one hot Salad Fork." "Did you see me get mad air with the Spatula?"
Ddouble  +   794d ago
I wanted original cars at first but I got attached to the cars in B urnout like the Jansen P12 and the Nighthawk. The toy cars were a lot of fun as well.

Real cars though gives it the more realistic feel though when being chased so either way, can't really complain.

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