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Need for Speed Most Wanted Review | Hardcore Gamer

Criterion Games was, and still is, hailed as one of the best arcade racing developers on the planet, and with their recent move to the Need for Speed franchise, it has only benefited the United Kingdom-based team. With fans still clamouring for another open world racer, can Criterion follow-up on a potential spiritual successor to Burnout Paradise, or is this just an unfortunate hit and run?

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morkendo231848d ago

Criterion follow-up on a potential spiritual successor to Burnout Paradise, or is this just an unfortunate hit and run?

it is a "unfortunate hit and run" criterion games they need to go back to BURNOUT PARADISE and give the keys to Need for Speed to another developer that understand the heart of NFS we want to play NFS not need for burnout speed. the problem with criterion NFS the engine to much like burnout.i tried several times to get in criterion need for speed hotpursuit only to be slap back into reality it is burnout.