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Submitted by danand82 636d ago | preview

Need for Speed Most Wanted Hands on Preview

Clickonline writes:"Need for Speed: Most Wanted isn’t playing by the traditional driving game rules. The single player campaign is just one side of the game, but the real meat will be in the competition among friends. As bragging rights can be competed for across any statistic in the game, it means that it’s no longer a case that the fastest friend will rule the roost. The team at Criterion wants players to be distracted and enjoy all that there is to offer, but they are working against years of convention as they have said themselves." (Need for Speed Most Wanted, PS3, Xbox 360)

morkendo23  +   635d ago
but they are working against years of convention as they have said

and thats why CRITERIONS need for speed will FAIL!!!
why change something that is not broke??? how long will open world crap last?? they need to go back to what made need for speed "NEED FOR SPEED" cercuit,sprint,drag racing. last good NFS i bought was HOTPURSUIT 2, UNDERGROUND .............

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