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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 831d ago | review

kinectaku: Need for Speed: Most Wanted Review

kinectaku: Back in 2008, when Criterion released Burnout Paradise into the world, they changed people's perceptions about what an open-world racer could truly be. Sweeping vistas, recognizable streets and some truly revolutionary multiplayer gaming were the order of the day, and the gaming public responded well. 2010's Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit - Criterion's first effort after being handed the reins of the famous franchise - carried on the quality, but it didn't really feel like a continuation of the groundbreaking work found in Paradise. Need for Speed: Most Wanted though, most certainly does. (Need for Speed Most Wanted, Xbox 360) 9/10

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