i expected so much from this game. and got shit.. NFS why don't u guys understand one simple thing.. that u guys are vanishing the customization form your games... i remember how great was NFS MW 1... and look at this peace of shit. the best thing in NFS was...earn money. buy cars from shops, customize cars. this time there were no money only f#cking skill points... and we were not able to buy cars..just explore the city and find cars. that's a good thing but ..buying cars form our self earned dollars in game was real fun ! NFS will be finished one day ....
Need for Speed: Most Wanted - Launch Trailer
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- Oct 26, 2012
Need for Speed: Most Wanted - A Criterion Game launches on October 30, 2012.
man, i was really rooting for them this time, thats to bad. the influence of arcade poop now days is crazy.
hey people! go back to the roots of NFS: MW...i went to play it again, to get the feel of having heat on your ride, being chased and flipped by a heli, being rammed by two head on jeep cops; tuning my ride and buying any ride i wanted..taking down every black list, and truly being, "the most wanted"
Funny to see FORZA follow this style of game play...but if I had to choose I'd stick to the "original".
watching this trailer made me realise that there won't be a more successful nfs most wanted than the first one. It had customization, awesome cars, the whole backlist campaign, the cop chases and the free roam. Everything in that game was awesome. Then, ea made NFS Carbon, which wasn't as good, but still had the essence of what made most wanted such a success. After Carbon, no nfs was interesting for me. They tried to get closer to a racing simulator, and failed. Tried to remake hot pursuit, and it was awful. I will wait for the reviews and info before getting this, But in my opinion, the nfs series has been dead for more than 7 years
like all the trailers the game looks good but is the game as good as the trailer? is there no room from any more but EA GAMES ? This is like the globalisation of all gaming , in the future we will play only on xbox and ps games from EA like slaves...
looks really good, always liked NFS, but i swore of EA
guess i'll have to find another driving game to play
Finally a good looking NFS; A game about doing races without the implication of a story and doing insane jumps.
@Finalninja447 the story of the first most wanted is what made it to dame good .... sure hot pursuit was good but it was pointless ... u cant costmize u cant Do any thing but to choose from 3 cars the most per every race
awesome man awesome. i feel like NFS is back... till now NFS MW (2005) was best NFS till now, but i guess this one can take the crown. hope it will have customization
@evil_devil_monswait, the game launches in two days and there's still no word whatsoever about customization? If there isn't, I think I'll pass. I'm sick of these nfs games without tuning
Turn up the car,rev up the engine,put it in drive,go about 70 mph and smell that good old gas burn!!
As soon as that Aston Martin dropped off the cliff and kept going I stopped watching this bollocks, complete s**t.
I hope that new EA studio can make an half decent Need for Speed game, they really need to keep criterion at a barge pole's length away if they are.
i love criterion's racing games and i am looking forward to this one. but ea's origin system, it's online multiplayer crap i'm not looking forward to. if it's on steam and not always online, i'll definitely get this. but after ea's announcement about making no game without a multiplayer mode i seriously doubt ea's capability to spawn any sort of creativity in any of its studios
I loved Hot Pursuit remake by Criterion, it felt it went back to NFS which made me fell in love with the series when I was a kid. This looks even more promising! Here is hoping for a custom soundtrack support on the PS3.
The reason I bought the new Hot Pursuit is because of it's new cop campaign. I higly enjoyed it and HP was a very awesome reboot. Really hard to find any reason to buy this game though. I would have bought it if it was recreation of old Most Wanted. But no there's nothing special about it other multiplayer (which is something I don't do)
@Spartan765 This comes out on the Vita
Seeing that Aston Martin fly through the air so high at 00:57, makes me think how much of an arcade racer Need for Speed has become. I mean really, take a close look, it's practically flying :(
Now, before anyone gets upset, I don't hate the recent Need for Speed games, I actually enjoy them, they have their fun and have their charm. But, EA... I'm gonna let you finish, but Need for Speed Porsche Unleashed was one of the better games of your time.
This is just my opinion of course, I just really liked Porsche Unleashed. That game wasn't ultra realistic, and I never said that's what I want all Need for Speed games to be, but it was a good blend between fun and realism, it was just a great game.
@PotatoSpud No disrespect to your opinion, but I disagree. recent NFS games to me have been an attempt to become more of a real world racing sim then anything else. And I hated them as well. The last game, The Run, I actually liked. But from Pro Street to Shift 2. I hated them. The cars weren't fun to drive at all. I think they need this more arcade style to get them back and I look forward to playing this game. I still think being able to fix your tires while racing is cheap though. I should have to go to my garage or find a shop to get them fixed.
@RPG_Fan_I_Am Interesting, and I actually agree with you.
The thing with Porsche Unleashed that I recall though, is it wasn't like Pro Street or Shift at all, for me, it was a nice blend of what we got now, without over the top antics.
Of course, this is mostly my nostalgia talking, but Need for Speed Porsche Unleashed (NFS 5) is the only one like it in all of the NFS series, NFS 3 and 4 are the closest resemblances; they took a completely different direction after those three games. Of course, one game does not make another better or worse, they really are all just that, different.
hmmm...abit difficult to get excited though. Not with Forza Horizon doing what nfs should be doing...arguably even better