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About the product
- Buckle up for a new supercharged edition of the best-selling action-driving game, The Crew.
- Choose your side in a game of street racers vs. police enforcers in the brand-new The Crew Calling All Units expansion.
- Complete your collection with an all-in-one package that includes The Crew original game, The Crew Wild Run expansion, The Crew Calling All Units expansion, and Season Pass content.
- Stock your garage with more than 120 licensed vehicles, more than 220 missions, and over 220 tuning specs.
- Never drive alone as you join millions of drivers already online and freely roam the US from coast to coast.
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- The Crew
- The Crew Wild Run expansion
- The Crew Calling All Units expansion
- The Season Pass
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- Supported Platforms: PlayStation 4
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It's amazing to be able to drive through the "entire USA", there are a ton of different landscapes, and interesting recreations of US cities, towns, and other landmarks of note all over the map. You can stumble upon parts of hidden vehicles in certain places, and just decide to fly down a city road or wide freeway whenever you want. I have only advanced through the main story a little bit, and so maybe that's why I'm running into the following problem...
There just doesn't seem like that much to do out on the many roads of the USA. They put a bunch of mini-events everywhere, but they consist of things like "Drive fast and stay on the road" or "Slalom through a bunch of gates" which would be okay, but the cars aren't that fun to drive, at least compared to Need for Speed. Even slamming down the gas and driving for a while to get to your top speed, you never have that feeling of really being out of control like "the next mistake I make is going to absolutely destroy my car". I miss that feeling from Need for Speed, because when you don't wreck, it's pretty rewarding. Most of the time, if I see one of those mini event markers, I either drive through it and ignore the event, or drive around it because they just distract from something else I'm trying to do.
Also, there are plenty of cars in this game, but you will never drive them all (unless you want to test drive each of them at the car shops). That to me is ridiculous. Money seems to accrue pretty slowly, I was playing for a long time, seeing a bunch of landmarks (which give you $2000 each), doing crate runs (where you pick up a crate and have to deliver it somewhere before getting caught by the cops), and other street races. I ended up after a couple of weeks with $272K, which seems like it should purchase a lot. So I went to a motorcycle shop that was having a "sale" and of the seven or so bikes there, I could afford each of the starter "road" or "dirt" bikes for $67K or one that was more all-around for $270K. The others were out of my price range, and most were WAY out of my price range. One of my favorite parts of Need for Speed (other than the general sense of speed and driving) was that to get new cars, you just had to happen upon them out in the world. It caused me to really explore all places on the map in the hopes I might come across something new. This one, as far as I can tell, only gives you new cars when you buy them at a shop, and they are crazily expensive.
It makes me think that people must just pick a car or 2 that they really like and stick with those, because your car upgrades (levels up) automatically as you complete events with it. So every time you purchase a new car, you'd have to spend hours leveling it up to be comparable to your others.
All in all, it's still a fun game that I will be playing for a while longer. Once I get into the main story more, perhaps my mind will change, but so far, it's kind of a "scenic driving simulator" that doesn't even give you the thrill of feeling out of control with other cars driving around. Maybe that's my problem though...
last year and has a ton of content.
Why only 3 stars? Having to be online to play is really crappy and I try to avoid games that require that but this was on sale cheap.
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this starts the cycle all over again
Update: March 17 -- Ubisoft said, "So I was informed that because you did not buy the game directly from Amazon but through a 3rd party on Amazon you will need to contact them about the key and possibly get a refund. Ubisoft has strict guidelines about support and only replacing keys from Authorized Vendors. Sorry this is not what you wanted to hear but this is what I have at this moment."
Amazon is great, and wanted to issue a return for the product, but I am not looking to return it, just wanted to download it and you need a working activation key for that.
I cannot bring the stars down lower because, well, the game is rather decent, but I will leave a good 'poor' review for the seller.
So beware of buying this game from MOST WANTED!
UPDATE MARCH 21
So Amazon was awesome to refund me the game with the thought that it might be counterfeit or something... take note: Something Ubisoft said was possibly occurring. "Robert C @Ubisoft Support wrote: Mar 20, 2017 at 09:40 AM EDT
Its not that they modified the or changed the key, but Ubisoft has a very strict policy that states if the game was not Purchased through an AUTHORIZED vendor they will not offer support for any key issues. This is because we have seen Knockoff games produced using generated keys that work until the real key is sold and we have to Deactivate it and activate a new one for the legit owner. If you ever have a questions about Authorized vendors you can look on the website. For Amazon if its does not list it is being sold from Amazon LLC then it is not a legit vendor." - Conversation talking to Ubisoft's tech support.
So I bought a second The Crew game. I received it on the 21st. Played it today the 22nd. Cover front and back are slightly different. I used the access key to download the stuff and it says the key was already redeemed. I asked Ubisoft that, and they said, you have to talk to Sony... which refers people to talk to the game developer. I ignored that and called Sony. Was on hold for 45 minutes. Finally got someone who refused to listen to a word I said and insisted that everything is good to go. Even said the key was not used yet. Then they said to talk to Ubisoft.
Sound familiar? Hint: read the other reviews.
Ubisoft will not stand by their game if sold by anyone other than who they authorize to resell. I am guessing none of them are through Amazon. "Robert C @Ubisoft Support wrote: Mar 14, 2017 at 10:33 AM EDT
So I was informed that because you did not buy the game directly from Amazon but through a 3rd party on Amazon you will need to contact them about the key and possibly get a refund. Ubisoft has strict guidelines about support and only replacing keys from Authorized Vendors. Sorry this is not what you wanted to hear but this is what I have at this moment."
I wrote back to Ubisoft tech support via the open ticket I had, telling them what Sony said, and this is what they said, "Matthew W @Ubisoft Support wrote: Mar 21, 2017 at 08:48 PM EDT
Hello GoHawks1224, I understand your frustration and I am sorry that we were not able to offer greater assistance with this issue. Regardless, I hope that you enjoy the rest of your evening and wish you the best of luck with your future gaming endeavors."
Really? good luck? That's it? I have dealt with a lot of customer service departments in my past, but this one has to be the worse.
Oh, and the game is still good, but crashes more than any other game I have played... both disks.