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Submitted by dungeonboss 706d ago | review

Need for Speed Most Wanted U Review | NintendoDude

While Need for Speed Most Wanted U may have launched a few months later than it’s console counterparts, the extra polish and attention shown to the Wii U version of the game make it the definitive experience. Co-driver mode adds features that enhance the game in both single player and when playing with a friend or family member in the same room. The enhanced visuals are a treat on the eyes and serve as one of the few times that a developer has shown this much care to a Nintendo “port”. If all multiplatforms were given this level of polish and attention to detail, I think people would be inclined to try third-party games on Nintendo consoles. If you own a Wii U, you owe it to yourself to buy Need for Speed Most Wanted U, not just because it is currently the system’s definitive racing game, but because the level of polish on this game stands head-to-head with even Nintendo’s first-party offerings. (Need For Speed Most Wanted U, Wii U) 5/5

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