Submitted by s8anicslayer 692d ago | review

Need for Speed: Rivals Review | Inside Gaming Daily

The PlayStation 4 is launching with neither a Ridge Racer nor a Wipeout and the only racing game available at launch is from an annualized franchise from EA. However bizarre that might sound, we’re happy to report that Need For Speed: Rivals is not only a worthwhile launch game, but is also the best Need For Speed since 2010′s Hot Pursuit. (Need For Speed: Rivals, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One) 8.5/10

Seraphim  +   691d ago
I'll take it with a grain of salt but happy to hear. Always loved the Hot Pursuit titles and by default this NFS kind of fell in my lap. It does look like a solid title, a solid entry into the series so here's hoping it's truly something special. Or more importantly, truly a blast to play. Now if Amazon could only get the inventory in and ship it to me. Till then KZ and possibly AC IV will have to hold me over....

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