Need for Speed Most Wanted (Criterion) - Open World Gameplay
Check out a Need for Speed Most Wanted (Criterion) gameplay cip showcasing the open world in the game.
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Bottom line.... Where is the story.... great idea for multi play...got it....now where is the story?
This october we have: Resident Evil 6, Dishonored, and this new NFS, if you can't buy all, you'll have to choose, not to mention that 20th november we have Hitman coming, and 4th december Farcry 3....
assuming one does not have online connection, how would that most wanted ranking be? would it be aganist game AI?........so much talk about online experience with this game, so little on its workings offline.......would it be one of those games that requires a permanent internet connection to work?
This game i'm going to get for pc, lets hope every car drives like that car, and hope it get good ratings too, over all good job with this demo!
Bah! Burnout revisited, arcade galore. Kid's stuff, no challenge, same old shit. EA Games managed to scare away the only good developer it had for the NFS titles, Slightly Mad, desperately looking forward for Project CARS to finish development.
The only reason I didnt dig Burnout was becoz of the unlicensed cars....this is like Burnout with licensed whips so SCORE! now if they just add customization! (Or else Criterion will get slammed on Midnight Clubs next release)
I wish EA would add some kind of anti cheat to just one NFS game. I've yet to be able to play one online without it being inundated with hacks. Even their online racer NFS World is just wide open.. hackers play freely with no penalties. I don't even play it anymore.
@dalua360 what's your point >?
@oonge your so right, and instead of taking the time to cover all concerns they want to talk about where the game is made. Honestly, let it be and let them put their national flag on it. if it fails we all know where to point our finger
@Bavaria92 true say, this multiplayer idea is great, but to me they are being arrogant if they ignore the fact that nfs most wanted is a story driven game and and true nfs fans loves that. this idea the developers raving about is nice but where is the story?