Criterion Gets Most Wanted
Criterion boss Alex Ward has announced the studio plans to make 'something new' after a decade of making racing games.Posted Apr 16, 2013 | 1:12 | 4,723 Views
Three new Need for Speed: Most Wanted DLC packs are coming soon, introducing a brand new world expansion, Need for Speed Most Wanted Terminal Velocity.Posted Feb 26, 2013 | 1:42 | 10,059 Views
It's time to reach maximum speed in the new DLC pack for Need for Speed Most Wanted.Posted Dec 18, 2012 | 1:16 | 6,498 Views
We take a look at Most Wanted's new super cars including McLaren’s F1 LM, Lambo’s Aventador J, the Pagani Zonda R, Bugatti’s Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse, and Hennessey’s Venom GT.k.Posted Dec 18, 2012 | 3:22 | 16,462 Views
These are GameSpot's nominees for the 2012 Racing Game of the Year.Posted Dec 10, 2012 | 1:01 | 9,965 Views
- Jun 4, 2012
E3 2012: Carolyn and Shaun deliver their impressions of Need for Speed: Most Wanted
the burnout has stopped and emerged into need for speed. The don't have imagination and they take games from the past to support. nuff said.
There racing games with cars, theres not too much they can do with that media, unless you make a Death Race style of game
GEARS OF MANUAL!!!.... They did it in 1994 in the original for 3DO. I'm sure in 2012 you can figure it out. Thanks.
more burnout the better cause nfs hot pursuit let me down, but burnout paradise was open world and that wasent cool either
I hated open racing game, like burnout paradase and mindnigth club angeles suck, hot pusuit, the run were good
I agree, man. I grew up with NFS 1, 2, 3: Hot Pursuit. NFS 3: Hot Pursuit at the slickest soundtrack of any game I've ever played. I'm pretty sure Romulus 3 defined my music tastes.
I find them okay and enjoyable. Some of my first PS2 games were Midnight Club 1 and Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2. Midnight Club was an open-world kind of racer and Need for Speed was a linear racing game. I liked them both.