Digital Chumps: "The Wii U port of NFS Most Wanted was done with care and it shows."
I'm enjoying this one so far. It's fast paced and thrilling at times. I understand the criticisms of it being too easy/not enough penalty, but this is a late port and they found a way to make it unique, in addition to making it the best looking console version by far. I'm glad for the 'God mode' type of gameplay. I just want to experience the game at high pace, high intensity without the tedium of the past. If only other Wii U ports had had this much thought put into them, and Dev kits of the quality that Criterion had for this.
I agree other developers need to look at this game when they do a port for the Wiiu.
Deus Ex is looking to be awesome.
Ya I agree. Im going to pick it up wen its out. If I did not have nfsmw on my vita ide pick this game up as well.
Maybe other developers will get the memo when doing a port for the Wii U. No more of that half ass crap they have been putting out.
@TbT "Well Said" I don't really get some of the criticisms of that the WiiU features receive. How is it bad to make a game that has the OPTION to make it more accessible to NEW PLAYERS, younger players, and Bad players? It's an OPTION, not a necessity. From the Video interviews, I thought the people at Criterion were brilliant in implementing this mode. (Personally, I think that most games should have the ability to lower or raise difficulty; even if it knocks the game out of wack. Nightmare modes can be very fun even when you're getting slaughtered.)
I stopped playing the Need For Speed series until I was tempted to try this out for the Wii U and I have to say this is how a port should be done.
i wanna see a head 2 head on this one..
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