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Submitted by GreenRanger 855d ago | opinion piece

TGL's Best Of 2012: Need For Speed: Most Wanted

thegamingliberty.com: Need for Speed: Most Wanted is Criterion Games doing what they do best. Most Wanted’s impressive production and presentation might fall under EA’s established Need for Speed brand moniker, but under the bonnet of these shiny fast cars, Criterion’s latest racer has as much, if not more in common, with the developer’s most famous property, Burnout. A seamless juxtaposition of NFS’s omnipresent style and Burnout’s ominous substance, Most Wanted is arguably the most impressive and layered racing experience of 2012 (Need for Speed Most Wanted, PC, PS Vita, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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