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I have owned this game on the PS3 as well and it's great to own it at the palm of your hands. The graphics are a bit downgraded from the Playstation 3 version, but it still looks great for a handheld console. Only downside that it's not a cross-save... I don't like the fact that everything is unlocked from the get-go, instead of unlocking cars as you progress. Also, there's no actual story, only 10 "most wanted" cars that you have to beat in order to get their cars. But, there's a lot to do - smash gates, smashing billboards, collecting cars and going through speed cameras. Finding all of the cars can consume some time as well. The car list is a bit lacking, having about a third in the quantity as opposed to NFS Hot Pursuit, for example. The multiplayer is nice but suffers from frequent disconnections from the EA servers. Overall, if you like racing games and you're looking for one for the Vita - This should be your choice. The game is very enjoyable, with or without friends.
I like that they've literally port over the console version, but I wish they've adjusted it more to fit the Vita screen. The game is fun, and I enjoy the graphics, but I found that after playing for a good 10 mins or more my eyes will strain. It is mostly because of the bad environment textures. The car models are really nice, but this game still feels like it's lacking.
As you check out all the cars and try to win all the challenges, you earn speed points and more speed points to win all the cars. Cops chase you and some are quite challenging as well. Here's my pros and cons for this game.
Pros: *All the best cars in the world today and the past plus more! *Cool videos once you unlock challenges and finish the game *Makes you wanna come back to see if you complete the car fully tuned up and what it can do *Network play! And not just your fellow neighbor...all over the world who has this game!
Cons: *No decals or anything to customize the cars except the colors which you get from going to garages *Very basic storyline. You come into the city. You win cars from races. That's about it. One thing that kept me going back in the first game (the original Most Wanted) was the cool play out of the story. In fact, all the storylines from this franchise. What happened here, EA Sports? This soon becomes a game of numbers wherein your task is to hit 100%. It's different when you hit 100% and everyone asks you what you did find out about the story.
It's welcome to see this game back but after you win all the cars..it kinda leaves you wanting more from this game.
Updated last March 11, 2013: I've downgraded this review to only 3 stars as although EA has released 3 different DLC packs including the Legends and other free stuff in the game it is ONLY available for the PS3 owners and not yet for the PS Vita. There has been feedback requesting for it but all that Electronic Arts has said is to wait for the exciting news. Unless the company makes this available for this platform, I'm sticking to my 3 star updated review.
Pros: Nice Graphics Game is fun just going around crashing car.
Cons: Police chases isn't as thrilling as it was Need for Most Wanted (2005) and Need for speed Carbon Limit amount of cars. (Sure they have all the new cars that mainly from 2011 and 2012.) It just doesn't feel that wide range of car to pick from. Drifting isn't as fun in this game as the previous game I mention about the police chase but then again i am on a ps vita maybe that affects it. There no story. You just drive and earn point to beat most wanted. I do hate the crash animation because sometime is an advantage and sometime is not. Some cases if you crashed it show you an animation and waste a good 5 seconds and then the cars you are racing with way ahead of you because after that 6 animation you have to drive from that spot, sometime it does restart you with some speed like 60mph to 90 mph depending how fast you crashes.
Ya.. I don't have a lot pros about this game. I probably finish this game in a good 6-8 hrs of total play.
I literally bought the game 2 months ago and just recently played it... When I first play it, it wasn't hooking me in not exciting. Oh going back to police chase reason why i say is poor is because is really hard to keep the police on your tail at heat 1 so have to be passive and not take them out already. Also one thing is when you trying to reverse after you hit a police sometime it just brake instead of rev then you get busted because of the time it takes reverse. Though I tihnk you have double tap back to go reverse instead of braking not sure haven't confirmed.
It's the game worth it? ( I honestly don't think it worth the $40, but if you are nfs fan then go for it but don't expect too much out of it) When the game drop like 20-30 ya go get it. It can keep you a busy for a while
This game is more or less a direct port of the PS3 version - the assets (menus, etc) are very tiny on the screen and the initial game setup is a pain because it requires you to read the small text and press the x, o buttons in response. The initial setup could have been touch-driven but they went with the PS3 menus. This also shows in the in-game menu (which you get by pressing select) - the menu is very difficult to read and understand, and doesn't have any touch controls.
There are some graphical glitches noticeable at some points. In particular, one of the black-and-white cut scenes before a race is always totally corrupted on my Vita and all I see is static.
The gameplay isn't quite as fun as previous NFS games, like NFS Rivals on the PSP. In that game you could fully customise a car. In this one, there are very limited customisations. Inexplicably, when you repair a car, it changes colour. You can also take cars without paying for them - you just pick them up around the map. This takes away the feeling of accomplishment you get by saving up race winnings and then buying a car to help you win more races. It also removes the aspect of a steady progression towards a goal in the game. I have put many hours in and I don't feel like I'm playing towards anything.