Need for Speed: Most Wanted

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Need for Speed: Most Wanted

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I just beat it some 20-ish minutes ago and I conclude with mixed feelings.

It takes several steps forward (120+ cars, sizable city, car customization, lots of races), but it also takes several steps back (deplorable cop AI, stability issues). I still enjoyed it, even more so because Gamestop was pushing it out the door for $40 instead of the normal $60.

Well, that, and blasting down a freeway in the oncomming lane in a fully upgraded Bugatti Veyron at some 200 mph...
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I liked the game. I think it would have been the best one yet if it brought back the pursuit system from the first Most Wanted game, I feel that kind of pursuit is still the best one yet.

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DranzerFrost wrote:I liked the game. I think it would have been the best one yet if it brought back the pursuit system from the first Most Wanted game, I feel that kind of pursuit is still the best one yet.
I'm unfamiliar with it. I guess I don't know what I'm missing. I'm still content with it (you're probably right - the cops are infuriating to escape).
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The reason for what you experienced from the game is because the game is focused on social connectivity than single-payer modes.
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DeadManReedeemed wrote:The reason for what you experienced from the game is because the game is focused on social connectivity than single-payer modes.
I'll give it that. It's set up to be a super-social game. But it's hard to do that when you're not the type who friends everyone they meet ingame, and only one of your friends owns the game. Oops. :oops:
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I just realized.........I was missing an "L". :(
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DeadManReedeemed wrote:I just realized.........I was missing an "L". :(
I payed for it myself. You're still correct.
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Hmm..... :|
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Yeah, that was a bad joke.
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I should be getting this game in the mail soon. I'm renting it, though I played the full one-hour game trial on PSN. If you still have the game Scotch, I can play you if you want.
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Well,I've once played that game and I thought that it was really good

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I played this game once

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