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Submitted by X-Factor 802d ago | opinion piece

Need For Speed Most Wanted: Criterion's Best Racing Entry Yet

With Need For Speed Most Wanted, British games developers Criterion Games have once again delivered an amazing experience that successfully blends unadulterated fun with fast paced, high octane action. (Criterion, Industry, Need for Speed Most Wanted, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Ares84HU  +   802d ago
I think Criterion's best racing game so far is still Burnout Paradise. But that's just my own opinion.

I did like Most Wanted a lot but I think that Hot Pursuit was better than Most Wanted. I think a lot of things were missing from the game like customization, memorable races and the design of the city wasn't that great either.
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X-Factor  +   802d ago
Personally Hot Pursuit was the best for me! It was awesome. The downside is that it was too easy to level up as a cop or "bandito".

People leveled up super fast and then the online community died down pretty quick.

I really think that game was awesome, and they should have made it more difficult to level up.
isarai  +   801d ago
Really? i thought it felt like a nerfed version of burnout paradise

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