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El33tonline Hands-on Preview: Need for Speed: Most Wanted

El33tonline writes:

"Criterion and EA’s upcoming Need for Speed is a re-interpretation of Most Wanted. Like Criterion’s re-interpretation of Hot Pursuit, this one kicks up the adrenalin and speed a notch and focuses more on the driving than on the cars. Where it departs from Hot Pursuit is its emphasis on city driving (think Burnout Paradise) and multiplayer. It’s also a little more technical than the full-tilt gameplay of Hot Pursuit, but keeps to the series’ arcade-style roots." (Need for Speed Most Wanted, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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