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Need for Speed Review – Nice racer makes strange choices
The idea behind Need for Speed is nice thought. In a way the game combines several fun elements from previous Need for Speed games, and it performs the approach with live-action scenes and real actors very strange. In addition, the game also plays another nice, and it looks good. These graphics, however, have a price: the game runs at 30fps, and that is unfortunate. In addition, a number of things wrong, such as cars that suddenly appear in front of you and AI drivers sometimes without cause heavy braking or a sudden can just fly. Furthermore, we must understand the choice to always be online at all. That is to defend well if it has value, but the value just lacking a little in Need for Speed. You play the game after all, for most of the time on your own. It should always delivers its online then thus only drawbacks. There remains a good idea not know much about the execution, and that is unfortunate, especially for a long-running and well-known series such as Need for Speed.
Concept with 5 schools
Runs at 30fps
Suddenly appearing cars
Always online adds little to
Rarities in AI
Tweakers zegt: 6
Price at time of publication: € 55, –
Available from: € 52.50
Tested version: Need for Speed (2015), PlayStation 4
Few games, let alone within the racing genre, can look back on a history as spacious as those of Need for Speed. This series, which is best known for his madcap chases with police cars and lightning-fast supercars, debuted after all, in the nineties. Then the franchise experienced several ups and downs and has repeatedly been a new course for the games. That led to a sort of “The Fast and the Furious’ atmosphere in the Need for Speed: Underground games, more narrative games with Undercover and The Run, and more racing-oriented games with Need for Speed: Shift. Most Wanted Rivals and for that matter remained somewhat faithful to the origins of the series, with more emphasis on police chases.
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