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Submitted by MkaY 926d ago | review

Need For Speed: Most Wanted Review | BOG

Another fantastic racer. Bag of Games writes that following as a spiritual successor to 2008’s Burnout Paradise, Need For Speed: Most Wanted (not to be confused with the game of the same title back in 2005) just might be Criterion’s best arcade racer ever. (Need for Speed Most Wanted, PC, PS Vita, PS3, Xbox 360) 9.0/10

rezzah  +   926d ago
I think the best NFS yet. However in comparison to the first MW, it lacks visual customization.

Also the map seems smaller, maybe just me.

Ranking up the list of being Most Wanted is a little too easy.

Finally, the race tacks are too few. Despite the wide range of vehicles many must partake in the same racetracks over and over again. They don't even bother to reverse the tracks. The first MW actually contained a good range of tracks to race through the city. This way things didn't seem tedious.

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