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Submitted by EvilTwin 527d ago | review

Need For Speed: Most Wanted U Review (Nintendo Enthusiast)

The speedometer says 201. Your thumb twitches, trying to keep it in a straight line. Hit the brake and set up a drift, then nail the boost. Fairhaven’s beautiful sites bleed together and all is right in the world.

Need for Speed: Most Wanted U is a bravura piece of arcade racing, ludicrously fast and incredibly fun. (Criterion, Criterion Games, EA, Need for Speed Most Wanted, Nintendo, Wii U) 9.0/10

GotHDGame  +   527d ago
Great game and it does look amazing for the Wii U. I just picked it up last week, and was pretty impressed with the performance of it on Wii U. You can see the developers took their time with this port.
EvilTwin  +   526d ago
The more I think on it, the more I think this may be the best game on the Wii U so far (and the best possible example of doing a port right for the system).

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