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Submitted by ICC_06 681d ago | review

Need for Speed Most Wanted Review - MMGN

MMGN: Need for Speed: Most Wanted is a high-octane delight full of motoring mayhem, a vibrant landscape and the prefect garage for an arcade racer. With a fantastic competitive streak, thanks to the refined Autlogo system that compares your every move against your friends, its biggest fault is a confusing name. Criterion knows what it’s trying to achieve and goes back to basics with fast cars and intense collisions. The influence of Burnout is evident at every turn, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. (Need for Speed Most Wanted, PS3, Xbox 360) 9.0/10

TBlank20  +   681d ago
Looks awesome!
Fil101  +   681d ago
Criterion & fun racin is a match made in heaven.
Adrieono  +   681d ago
I enjoy this game very much. Ended up as a random purchase and I'm glad I made it.
jd666  +   681d ago
It's a very frustrating game imo, pretty good though

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