Need for Speed: Most Wanted
About the Game:
Initial release date: October 30, 2012
Genres: Racing video game
Series: Need for Speed
Platforms: Android, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PlayStation Vita, Wii U, iOS, Microsoft Windows
Developers: Criterion Games, Firemonkeys Studios
Awards: VGX Award for Best Driving Game
Need for Speed: Most Wanted Game Review:
Most Wanted, here are two words that should awaken in every fan of Need for Speed souvenirs rather enjoyable. Just like what had been done with Hot Pursuit two years ago, Criterion Games has chosen to reuse the subtitle of an ancient part of the series. The one from 2005 in this case. Despite some obvious similarities between the two products, it is more of a nod, a tribute to the past as a reboot or a remake. For NFS: Most Wanted 2012 version is a game that fits completely in his time. It indeed offers an ultra-connected open world in which players constantly fiercely competitive, even in the part called “solo”. The developers at Criterion are also clear about this. This shift in gameplay to link the experience of the players was inevitable. For them, it is simply the beginning of a new era for the series, which it could not escape.
The interest of the solo part of Most Wanted almost entirely on the new version of the Autolog. Instead of forcing you to go through menus to access the social aspect of the game you now see directly all information in real time while you are traveling in the huge city of Fairhaven. Data melt completely in the environment. Just cross a radar to know how fast your friends have made flash, to climb a springboard for the length of their jumps or go to the scene of a race to see their performance. For events that allow the (radar type), ranking even instantly updated. Better, by carefully observing the environment, you can even see the avatar of friends – their picture if they wish – be displayed on the walls of the city, where their record was made. You are thus requested and encouraged to constantly challenge yourself to improve your performance. The system works very well, as long as you have a competitor’s soul. The downside is that it is imperative course be connected and have friends with whom to fight. Otherwise, the game loses almost all its flavor. The bonus has autolog the remarkable work done by Criterion in the interface. Accessible at any time via the D-pad on the controller (for versions Xbox 360 and PS3 is), the menu called EasyDrive allows in seconds to access any of the content of the game. Some pressure on the cross enough to start a race, a new car, customize it or even access the multiplayer mode. If a friend beats any of your time, you can also try to instantly regain leadership using the down arrow. You will be teleported directly to the scene of the event. Very importantly, very intuitive, this menu alone makes the experience more fluid.
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