The Need for Speed Most Wanted (2012) (PS3) this is the only game purchase that is not specific for Playstation Move, it can also be used as wheel (coupled to a fixture shaped wheel). The choice was because I'm a fan of the franchise since the first Need For Speed came on PCs (DOS), with its excellent graphics for its time, I could only play in its entirety long after, after a PC upgrade.
Just turning collector series, tive o The Need For Speed SE, o Need for Speed II, o Need for Speed II SE, o Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit (the original, from 1998), o Need For Speed: High Stakes, The Need for Speed: Porsche Unleashed and the Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit II. All of them on the PC.
With the second generation, I thought the series unraveled a bit. Nevertheless, I remember playing a bit the Need for Speed: Underground, o Need For Speed: Underground II, The Need for Speed: Most Wanted, The Need for Speed: Carbon, o Need For Speed: And the Need for Speed ProStreet: Undercover. In the first missed the beautiful scenery of the races during the day and never got excited too much about these possibilities for the car to look like a Christmas tree on wheels. In the last business unraveled so that I mellowed the franchise.
It was in 2009 that I ended up buying the Playstation 3 traveling to the USA, more with the idea of having you as Blu-ray player, it did not encourage me to spend $ 200,00 in each game and did not yet know the eStarland. In the same year went to live in Canada, without game, limiting myself to just play emulators on laptop, whose onboard Intel video was not enough for the games of the season. Then bought Dingoo A-320, and continued only with emulators. Finally, a few weeks before returning to Brazil decided that I would bring at least a Playstation game 3, and the chosen ended up being the Need for Speed: Shift, that comprei na Amazon Canada. Quite liked him, although I think racing at race tracks has nothing to do with Need For Speed. It is a good game, just might have another name.
My second Need for Speed for console was the Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit – Limited Edition (PS3). I quite liked this. Brought back races in beautiful scenery in mountains, plus the ability to choose to be running out of the law or the police who will try to capture the first. The online game options, the various game modes, the cars that are being released, ultimately, an excellent game.
Note that the Need For Speed franchise is now in the hands of several different software houses, Electronic Arts is only the owner of the franchise. The two Shift are the Slightly Mad Studios. The Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit – Limited Edition (PS3) and the Need for Speed Most Wanted (2012) (PS3) are the Criterion Games, subsidiary of Electronic Arts. Because of that I ended up not giving much attention to the Need for Speed: Shift 2 and the Need For Speed: The Run. But Need for Speed Most Wanted (2012) (PS3) I soon became interested in as the Criterion Games, and has received the best reviews that others in specialized media.
And I liked Need for Speed Most Wanted (2012) (PS3) also, although not as much as in the previous. It is very similar to Burnout Paradise, which is also the Criterion Games. Not that this is a negative point, since Burnout Paradise is also a good match. The police is present, and the intensity with which will have to pursue varies depending on the damage you do. Can you escape running and into other streets. Note that unlike Hot Pursuit, the Most Wanted uses the open world concept (open world). Open world is legal for allowing the operation of the whole scenario and provide these trails even police when you're not in a rush. The boring of the open world is that, during races, if you take a wrong turn unwittingly the race is lost. You need to exercise caution. On Most Wanted you have no option to be the COP. Moreover, both Hot Pursuit as Most Wanted seek to be reasonably faithful to the proposal of their namesakes from the first generation.
The cars have upgrades, but are functional upgrades, nothing perfumery and Christmas tree lights. New cars are unlocked as you advance in the game. The scenarios are still fantastic, but I still prefer the less urban scenarios Hot Pursuit. The city also has inherited the style of Burnout Paradise, with the metropolis in the Centre and the mountains on the sides. As for the online mode, could not do anything on it. It seems kind of unnecessary, unfortunately. The career mode is probably the most worthwhile in Most Wanted. The menus are all accessible with digital directional, without stopping the game.
And I'm ending here the article on Need for Speed Most Wanted (2012) (PS3) with a positive recommendation. All I ask is that, again, click the "Like" and give a retweet up there (or down there), otherwise I would be very unmotivated and shut the blog to dedicate myself to collect buttons Hard Rock Cafe. If you also want to buy your Playstation games 3 (PS3) and other consoles in eStarland, click here and good shopping.