Need for Speed: Most Wanted Wiki - Everything You Need To Know - MadAssGamers

Need for Speed: Most Wanted is one of the most anticipated racing games of 2012 which was officially announced earlier this year by it’s publisher – Electronic Arts and will be released on the 1st of November 2012. The game will run on Criterion’s modified ‘Chameleon’ game engine which will give NFS: Most Wanted the best visual, audio and cinematic experience like never before all on a magnificently designed open-world, free roam map. Need for Speed: Most Wanted will be out on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC.

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Shani2092d ago

I really wanted visual customization like in NFS Underground and real NFS Most Wanted. But I guess this one doesn't have it. Also no split-screen. = No buy for me.

hotrider122092d ago (Edited 2092d ago )

I agree no visual customization as UNDERGROUND have.

i hope not all criterion NFS will be open world and free roaming that would be
highly undesirable. if criterion only make free roaming and open world need for speed im out= no buy for me.

stevenhiggster2092d ago

Open worldness doesn't bother me, in fact I quite like an open world racer.
But I am very disappointed that there is no visual mods at all, not even changing wheels or anything. That kinda sucks.

Looks like NFS: Most Wanted (the original) will remain my favourite NFS game.

Fasttrack762092d ago

Open world or I don't buy, hate closed circuit racing.just my opinion

morkendo232091d ago (Edited 2091d ago )

I hate open world games. need for speed is design for close circuit,sprint racing to me open world racing is like driving in your neighborhood like "FAST AND THE FURIOUS" looking for street races or allure cop chase. wasting time driving around the city map looking for races and garages for up-grades and unlocking cars. that was the problem with original MOSTWANTED. 2 good thing i can say about criterions MOSTWANTED no more damn blacklist to climb and ALL cars are unlocked from the begining.

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