Submitted by gunboy73 961d ago | review

Review Need for Speed: Most Wanted | 4News.it

Roam the streets of the city!
Tested version PC, Playstation 3, Xbox 360.

The recent history of Need for Speed ​​franchise has many faults, among which stand out more clearly the continuous change of developer and questionable choices in game design, even with alternating success of each title, and this might suggest that the Software House is no longer able to open a cycle, that is, to impose a chapter of the series that can establish itself in time and churn then followed the same.

After the moderate success of Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit and the thud Need For Speed: The Run, EA back shooting a historical title loved to madness by the critics back in 2005, but completely revised, offering a decidedly new version. Speed, asphalt steaming plates that curl up, roaring engines, police sirens screaming and adrenaline pumping in your veins, this is Need For Speed: Most Wanted weblog Criterion Games, the same as Burnout Paradise and Hot Pursuit Chapter .

With all these elements, Criterion and EA will be able to get the desired success? (Need for Speed Most Wanted, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 85/100

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