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Need for Speed: Most Wanted – Gamescom 2012 Preview

GodisaGeek: "The most fun I had with Most Wanted was definitely in the five events I was able to try in multiplayer. With everything, ranging from a high speed race across Fairhaven City to challenges to do with drifting the longest distance underneath some cooling towers, there wasn’t a single event where it felt like a chore to do. Even with no communication with the other players involved, which can often make a game a harrowing and lonely experience, I couldn’t hide the smile on my face every time I slammed my Chevrolet Camaro into the side of an Aston Martin and watched it career into a barrier. It’s good to be bad, and Need for Speed: Most Wanted is the ultimate takedown junkie’s paradise." (Need for Speed Most Wanted, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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