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I've been playing NFS since the second one on my Voodoo graphics card, and this game just seems like an abomination of what was the original NFS III HP. The game is overall way too arcade like, and not realistic at all. I know, the NFS series and arcade style driving are like Jack and Jill but maybe I've played too much NFS Shift. This game just made me go "ugh". The controls are terrible and feel like you're driving in mud. Drive over a spike strip? Not to worry, you'll have your tires automagically repaired in two seconds. I hope you like graphic, sound effect laden, short cut scenes because there are about a million of them that are unskippable every time you do...well anything. I like the part where they offer you a "Skip" button for the cutscene which you mash to not have to watch yet another one, but it changes to "Skipping" while it still plays half the cutscene. Really? Wish I'd saved my money. And trying to incorporate the facebook-ripoff social media aspects into the game just make me cringe. Criterion games is definitely British because the dates are all displayed in dd/mm/yy and I got a bonus for going 200+ when the speedo said less than 150mph. I'd like to request NFS III: HP merely recreated with modern graphics and physics please.
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Initial post: Aug 6, 2012 1:52:41 AM PDT
A. Massey says:
It says +200 beacuse it adds 200 bounty. It is not related to the speed.
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