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- Three new gameplay modes are added to last year's circuit, drift and drag competitions, challenging gamers to hone their skills in a number of driving disciplines
- Tune every aspect of your car's performance with hundreds of licensed aftermarket performance upgrades and then fine-tune everything from the gear ratio to the suspension for the ultimate ride
- Tuner cars are available from the hottest manufacturers--from Mitsubishi Motors, Nissan, and Toyota to Ford and Volkswagen
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I would love to give this game some bonus points for technical wizardry, of which it displays quite a lot, but ninja coding does not a fun game make. Instead, this is a pockmark on the face of driving games everywhere. Because of the extremely bizarre physics, the drift and drag modes are the only ones that feel even remotely predictable, except that it says I'm pulling a 300-foot serpentine drift at 95 miles per hour that seems close to reality, right? Well, it doesn't, and this weird ass-end swing out makes circuit racing all but impossible until you re-learn the concepts of physics, weight distribution, and even gravity. Little touches are there, but this is a package that, overall, should be Bondo-ed, buried, and left for future generations to get a chuckle out of.
Rated: 3.5 out of 10
Editor: Lisa Mason
Issue: February 2005
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NFS Underground 2 is a very good game. It has 4 modes and 2 are good that I know of. I'll explain everything in the main menu. They are Race Now which lets you have quick race (that shouldn't make you that mad if you lose), Go Underground, in other words, the campaign, which you go to to unlock cars, upgrades, and tracks for play in the Race Now mode, Mini Games which really isn't worth doing, Garage where you work on your cars, Profile where you can look at how much of the game you completed, your personal stats, high scores, and go to options, and Multiplayer which I haven't done yet so I can't tell anything else than you do stuff with others (by linking!). There are 10 different things for upgrading and there is a section where you can change your cars looks to make it attractive. Before I end, I would like to share a few things. When you have driven over 500 miles, you get a Nissan Skyline NFS style. And the best cars are Mitshubishi Lancer EVO VIII (all-around) and Nissan Skyline (speed). If you like rock you'll love this music, if not you'll need to turn the sound off!
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