PS3Vault Review: Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit

Last week I crashed my Impreza during a late night street race. A brief lapse in concentration caused me to collide head-on with a Nissan Navara on a blind bend. My car was a total loss, its chassis twisted, its engine in bits. As I watched my competitor disappear into the darkness the police arrived, sirens blazing, but I wasn’t thinking about insurance claims, prison sentences or how lucky I was to be alive. I had been consumed by the prospect of victory; I wanted to win. So, without reluctance, I clicked restart from the in-game menu and attempted that treacherous forest pass a second time…

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clarick012791d ago (Edited 2791d ago )

good review but its almost irrelevant for PS3 owners now that GT5 is out.

raztad2791d ago

This sadden me a little. NFS:HP is a good game and performs great on the PS3, it deserves to sell well.

Ducky2791d ago (Edited 2791d ago )

Yes, having a driving simulator makes an arcade racer irrelevant.

xyxzor2791d ago

I think he meant in terms of hype.

csreynolds2791d ago (Edited 2791d ago )

Hardly. They're different games that appeal to different audiences. Not everyone's a sheep... plus, more and more gamers are saying that GT5 is a huge disappointment.

Open your mind to individual preference...