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- Go Deep Undercover - Race into an action-packed story of pursuit and betrayal. Take on jobs and compete in races to prove yourself as you infiltrate and take down an international crime syndicate
- Highway Battle - Fight off the cops and others as you take down your prey in high-speed, high stake multi-car chases. New and vastly improved AI mechanics mean more aggressive and intelligent cops focused on taking you out fast and by any means necessary
- Own the Open World - Tear across the massive highway system and discover the open world of the Gulf Coast Tri-Cities area, with 3 unique cities connected by an extensive highway system
- Heroic Driving Engine - lets you pull off amazing moves for the ultimate driving edge
- Party Play - Race, chase and out-drive your friends in 2 or 4 Player Mode through classic races like sprints and circuits, and all new challenges like The Heist! and Cops & Robbers modes
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Top Customer Reviews
Gamecube versions of NFS Underground, Underground2 and Most Wanted
Wii versions of Carbon, ProStreet and Undercover
From a most playable/most fun point of view Most Wanted has always been best in series (we all know that).
For the record, Underground was first with amazing pseudo-realistic graphics. Underground2 was first with an open world driving concept (still limited but the first in NFS series). Most was first with Cop Chases (and a few other features). Carbon has a good plot, a great big world that could be explored, and strange hard-to-learn controls (if you learn them the game is great, what a pain though). ProStreet had great new driving mechanics and updated real-damage modelling that were fun, great racer, too bad it's got such dull environments and gets monotonous after a while (I've played through half of it hard and solid, finally entered some cheats and now am driving an amazing customized Ford GT that dominates every other car in the game LoL).
Finally we have what is supposed to be the new best-of NFS game, undercover.
This is the first to have truly movie-quality video (as opposed to the stylized video of previous NFS games). I wish they'd stylized it again though, it is a bit jarring compared to the look of the game, the earlier games made FMV blend better with the game and it allowed us to overlook the pretty-good but not great acting. The acting in this isn't bad, but it's not something you'd watch by choice if it was on TV imho. So video is ok but I don't love the look of it, not nearly as bad as some reviews have said though.Read more ›
Either way, this is a solid racing game for the wii that you will enjoy, but not quite love.
What was new? The story, featuring Maggie Q, was new and better than MW but not by much. I didn't mind MW's weird imaging and I don't mind Undercover's live action snippets. The roads are extremely wide in Undercover (the pro of which you can easily get away from the cops and the con that you can easily get away from the cops) and you don't need to really "unlock" new suburbs. You can end up in a new location just from running all over in a chase. Also, there are several new race modes including "highway battle" and a mode where you have to take out the competition by repeatedly bashing into them. Also new are the amount of cops on the road and how many get after you right out of the gate. While it took higher heat levels in MW to generate a lot of cops and, even then, a lot of them dropped off pretty easily after a bit in this game they are there and there are a lot and they are rocketing around. They are much more aggressive early on.
What was better? The more plentiful and aggressive cops from early on. The wide open lanes and spaces to drive in.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My brother was excited when he got it for Christmas. He finished it in less than a week. Never touched it again. Got bored.Published 5 months ago by Jennifer marshall
This wii game is one of their favorites! Great graphics and good variety. The more you play, the more cars you unlock.Published on April 5, 2014 by Mom to D&D