40°
Submitted by jjdoyle 737d ago | review

Need For Speed: Most Wanted Review (NWR)

"Call up the moving company: Fairhaven beckons.

Many claim the title, but Fairhaven is truly the city of opportunity. It offers countless activities, and affords players the choice of what they want to take advantage of. You can't please everybody, but Need for Speed: Most Wanted U tries.", writes NintendoWorldReport. (Need For Speed Most Wanted U, Wii U) 9.5/10

dungeonboss  +   737d ago
Seriously, this is an amazing game. Even though the Wii U version is the "definitive" version, Xbox 360, PS3, and PC gamers should definitely check it out for their favorite console. It's so easy to spend hours and hours just cruising around, stringing together hour-long cop chases and tearing down the town.

I don't care, I love it.
steve30x  +   737d ago
I think its time to start wondering what NFS game will be released and announced at EA this year. I enjoyed this game but it wasnt as good as NFS Underground 2

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
40°

15 Impossible Xbox Live Gaming Achievements Nobody Unlocked

15m ago - You felt good when you broke that first 10,000G barrier, most likely still remember which game yo... | Xbox 360
20°

Grand Theft Auto V PC Review | AOTF

32m ago - Grand Theft Auto V finally hits PC after over a year of waiting. While the wait was hard it was c... | PC
Ad

Do You Suffer From Open World Fatigue?

Now - The open-world format has become prevalent, is it too much? | Promoted post
30°

Top 10: Characters You Wouldn’t Want To Meet In An Alley

32m ago - Just for fun, Mark from PN2 lists the Top 10 characters you wouldn't want to stumble into on your... | PC
10°

Driver Speedboat Paradise Cheats: 6 Tips to Get More Wins, More Money and More Sponsors

32m ago - Driver Speedboat Paradise is an iOS and Android game from one of the biggest names in the video g... | iPhone
10°

The Game Industry Is Only Getting Better

32m ago - A simple yet endearing question, as to the status of games leaves Harjit slightly more optimistic... | Culture