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Need for Speed: Most Wanted U is graphically superior than current consoles

The graphical difference between the Wii U version of Need for Speed: Most Wanted is night and day.

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1upgamer991967d ago

Looks great, but we already knew this. The gamepad options are a kinda crazy.

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mistertwoturbo1967d ago (Edited 1967d ago )

That does look pretty good. Glad to see someone is trying to utilize the hardware. Activision, take note.

WiiUsauce1966d ago

maybe if Activision and Treyarch would've actually taken advantage of the Wii U hardware and made the Wii U version look better than the PS360 versions like they totally could have, then they would've received more support. Instead they gave us a piss poor port that has some frame rate drops in the single player campaign and barely looks any different than Black Ops II on PS360.

Ippiki Okami1966d ago

"maybe if Activision and Treyarch would've actually taken advantage of the Wii U hardware and made the Wii U version look better than the PS360 versions like they totally could have, then they would've received more support."

WOW. You nindendrones are unbelieveable. No wonder activision called you guys out.

http://www.product-reviews....

Activision gave you the best version of black Ops 2 and yet you still complain. I'd love to hear what you guys say if this version of Need for Speed doesn't sell.

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Summons751967d ago

inb4 nintendo hate train

exfatal1967d ago

to late lol
this is old news though. glad wii u version is getting the love it deserves

MasterCornholio1967d ago (Edited 1967d ago )

Sounds great but I'm wondering when criterion will make another burnout game? Ever since I got paradise with plus (thanks to the PSN outage) I've been dying to playing another one.

Peace

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P.S oh yeah Jelly bean rules now my phone is super smooth.

@biggest Mario fan

Pfftt we have drive club plus GT6 and any future title by criterion.

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