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Submitted by Linko64 293d ago | opinion piece

Need For Speed Rivals Made A Fan Out Of Me

Pixelgate writes:

''The fast speeds, the crazy crashes and special gadgets that you’d see in a future-based cop movie. Need For Speed Rivals is a wonderful installment in the Need For Speed series and it made me a faithful fan that will eagerly await the next installment into the series.

I’ll be honest with you, before Rivals the Need For Speed series was never on my radar. I’ve never been a big fan of the whole racing genre and NFS was just another fish in the pond. I had been told that Rivals was a solid game, but again I usually stay away from racing games of any sort.'' (Need For Speed: Rivals, PS4, Xbox One)

GamerEuphoria  +   294d ago
Looks nice, but i'm not the biggest NFS fan ever. Was still a lot of fun at times though.
WolfLeBlack  +   294d ago
I didn't feel the mixture of Hot Pursuit and Most Wanted really worked out as well as could be hoped. Hot Pursuit (2010) was fantastic, I thought, though.

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