The cars do feel decent,apart from the speed cars that are impossible to control The engine noises are very tinny,but the soundtrack is sensational. Overall: a fun game to play, but a disappointment to past need for speeds. It takes more than an hour to actually make the car look like ones on the cover and the ones you're competing with. After a few hours, I realize this game was just a rip off from several racing games including Forza. If it was just crap graphics forza 2 it could be forgiven. There aren't many ways to upgrade your ride, but there are 32 cars available, which is a solid number. The tracks are absolutely boring as I mentioned above.
. It's kinda cool at first but it gets really annoying afterwards. You can play a quick race, start a career, or play wirelessly via ad hoc or online. Now there are no shortcuts and you have to pay for it when you damage your car. The drag racing is very realistic as well as the damage on the 360 version , and the racing is more realistic, one could almost say its kind of like Grand Tourismo, but alot easier to control. No, I would not recommend this to a friend This game is such a dissapointment becasue it was nothing like the other need for speeds that i have come to enjoy.
ProStreet is trying something different - smoke, announcers, rivals, that's what it's all about. The turning for each car is different just like real life, theres alot of cars, and alot of customizing. It's also a terrible experience to have to navigate through the event map. Autosculpt has been degraded since it's debut in Carbon. It's been a long time since you've left us with a headache and sore thumbs. You have the option to turn it off but sometimes he actually give you some good tips which you will miss if you turn it off.
Also for some reason this website has it listed that it is only 1 player when it is acctually 2 players. The second is actually even worse. Personally Ill put it on the Christmas list but won't go out and buy it myself. Worst game i think i have ever played. If it were just the poor framerate, I guess I could This game is terrible. I suggest you rent it and see how you like it. However, it was pretty impressive.
If it was just crap graphics forza 2 it could be forgiven. After winning a certain number of events and accumulating enough points, you'll win the day. Low ratings about going legal show how young some gamers are as they've only played from the underground series till now. We were never able to find more than three people online at a time, and none of them ever wanted to play. It's graphics were the best I have seen in a very long time they took some real time with those.
Career mode's structure is about as unoriginal as you can get. The bigger the blur, the better. In career mode your goal is to go from a relatively small fish in street racing to the best driver in the scene. You can either create your own or join someone else's race day and compete in a variety of events. This is not the case here. You can follow the main course through the career path and the game will allow players to create two careers but no more than that or you can take side trips to other races. It lacks a bit of creativity.
But if that's not good enough for you, you can also play a little harder and dominate the day. You may be confused as to why an arcade racing game would have so many driving aids. Not the worst driving game I've ever played. Prices ranges from 100 to 70,000 depending on the damages. I would recommend this to a friend good: car selection, customization, game play, controls bad: races were too easy, only cars that did anything useful were all wheel drive cars. Even if you restart, you still have to pay for the damage you made.
Even a lousy blurring effect can't make these cars look like they're driving fast enough to get a ticket in a school zone. Need for speed is supposed to be about street racing. Fade, répétitif, parfois en total décalage avec la série, il sonne comme une fausse note au milieu d'une partition imparfaite mais souvent bourrée de personnalité et fun à jouer. They are aggressive, skilled, and fast drivers. This is really a shame because all of the other modes felt so fresh, but I suppose you can't win them all can you? Everytime same same cars race against you. Damage system is pretty accurate although it doesn't really improve your experience because they penalize you for damaging your car more on that later. Unfortunately, the drift mechanic still feels pretty old in Need for Speed: ProStreet.
Sadly, this Need for Speed title is the first one for a long time that needs to be left on the shelf. Need for Speed ProStreet is a true taste of raw adrenaline and racing with consequences. Win and dominate enough events, and you'll be able to unlock special showdown race days. The reason is simple: The controls stink. This was like a step back. Generally, the Need for Speed games have been all about dodging the police whilst speeding around the streets in your car. If it were just the poor framerate, I guess I could overlook it - if the gameplay was any good.