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Need for Speed Most Wanted - Sony PSP
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- Exclusive cop mode - In Tuner Takedown mode, gamers can assume the role of a cop. With a time limit on the track and an arrest target, gamers are challenged to pursue and take down illegal street racers.
- Wireless gameplay - 4 player ad-hoc mode and 2 player online mode deliver exciting and intense races against friends
- Exclusives tracks and cars - Need for Speed Most Wanted for PSP will feature unique tracks and cars not found in the console version
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•Exclusive cop mode - In Tuner Takedown mode, gamers can assume the role of a cop. With a time limit on the track and an arrest target, gamers are challenged to pursue and take down illegal street racers.
•Wireless gameplay - 4 player ad-hoc mode and 2 player online mode deliver exciting and intense races against friends
•Exclusives tracks and cars - Need for Speed Most Wanted for PSP will feature unique tracks and cars not found in the console version
Platform: Sony PSP | Edition: Standard
Top Customer Reviews
Need For Speed: Most Wanted 5-1-0 for Sony's PSP is a different spin of the high speed thrills that the consoles have made. The game of course has some of the similar effects the consoles have made successful, but this is a different spin here. The object is the same as the other editions, you have the evade the cops in order to make your way to the top of the list, but there are much fewer challenges and courses for you to master. The graphics on this edition, are very well received and the sound is good, but the control at times, is very shoppy, and is difficult to manuever your way around the police where the console editions have a easier time making it happen. You get the same cars that you have to master on the console editions like the Mazda RX-8, the Chevy Cobalt, and other great cars. As you work your way up, you can get newer cars, and remodel and enahnce your car with better controls and devices, which are great, but they can be difficult to master at first, but easy to operate later on.Read more ›
a lot of fun. i reccomend it. the graphics are great, the playability is great, the replay value is great.
the only complaint i have is there really isnt to much of a story to it.
Need For Speed: Most Wanted looked phenomenal on the PS2. Adding that fresh 'Underground' premise with the classic and original Need For Speed police concept, Most Wanted certainly attained that must-have quality. But even with the mixture of two different concepts, Most Wanted didn't come out as perfect as I would've liked it to.
Let's start with its different components:
The graphics are near perfect to its PS2 counterpart. The on-going cars have that stalish body-paint and some of the courses have polgon collision - as in the car abnoramally runs into an invisible wall. Overall, the graphics showcases that gritty product Underground fantastically displayed, as well as day to mid afternoon courses found in classic NFS titles.
Handling the car in-game is too easy, and that's the problem. For avid, hardcore racing fanatics and veterans of the NFS series, you won't find that 'control' you have had access to in prior titles and Gran Turismo. I found the dismissal of 'Manual Handling' expectant because of the lack of buttons on the PSP, but it really was desirable. Overall, the gameplay is phenomenal for all ages and inviting to any gamer - new or old.
It attains that Underground storyline, but if you have the PS2 version of this title, you're better off following the story from there as it is not entirely text-based.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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Bought it used for my niece it worked well for a few days then stopped loading.Published 1 month ago by Angelle L.
The name speaks for itself.One of the best games everyone playsPublished 1 month ago by Dan Champagne
I liked this game. I played first the PC version, and this PSP version has a lot of changes. It's fun, but I definitely prefer the PC version.Published 4 months ago by JTNTZ