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Submitted by stevivor 547d ago | review

Review: Need for Speed: Most Wanted U | Stevivor.com

Reviewer Steve Wright writes, "First things first: just because EA has done what most publishers do (or, does Nintendo request this?) and slapped a U at the end of Need for Speed: Most Wanted, it doesn’t mean we’re reviewing an entirely new game. As such, Nicholas’ original Most Wanted review stands.

"That being said, I am not a hardcore racer like Nicholas is, and as such, I think I’m a little more forgiving of Most Wanted‘s mechanics than he was. I play all racing games the same: hold the gas button down all the way, remember to use the brake occasionally, and pray that I don’t hit things as I frantically steer. It’s fun, for me.

"Now that we’ve got the formalities out of the way, let’s review the Wii U-centric changes to Most Wanted." (Need For Speed Most Wanted U, Wii U) 8.5/10

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