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Need for Speed ProStreet (PS2)

Need for Speed ProStreet (PS2)
alaScore 88

198 reviews

Jul, 2014

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Amazon.co.uk review summary for Need for Speed Pro Street (PS2)

 

alaTest has collected and analysed 24 user reviews of Need for Speed Pro Street (PS2) from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 3.0/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.0/5 for other PlayStation 2 Games on Amazon.co.uk.

50% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: Need for Speed: ProStreet (PS2)

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Need for Speed ProStreet (PlayStation 2)

 

It can't be easy to be a game developer in charge of releasing a new game in a series every year. People don't want the same game over and over, yet they're unhappy if the game strays too far from the established formula. EA deserves credit for trying...

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Need for Speed ProStreet

 

The latest NfS favors sanctioned racing and forsakes arcade thrills for a semi-authentic drive. But does that make it a better game?

Tons of racing modes and drivable cars; sophisticated physics model and AI should impress realists

No online play; lame damage; jaggy graphics; some drivers won't like the game's new direction

EA has noticeably changed things up for ProStreet, developing an all-new vehicular physics model that syncs more closely with real life than that of any prior iteration. The bad news, especially for those who prefer fanciful arcade-type physics that...

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Need for Speed ProStreet

 

Fresh controls and blistering pace - NFS is back to winning ways

Slow-mo crashes are spectacular ; Can gain serious speed in some races ; Modifying your car is as addictive as ever

Needlessly complicated menus ; Can't tune car on race day easily ; Can't create your own racer

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Need For Speed: Pro Street (Multi)

 

The Need For Speed series from EA has been around for quite a few years and regularly gets a new addition to the stable, this Christmas is no exception with NFS Pro Street out now.

Vehicle damage models ; Vehicle customisation

Poor frame rate ; Car handling

The music, acting and jerky camera actions all point towards a young 'hip hop' style audience, if you have any problems with motion sickness or balance, it's probably best to avoid, since the way in which the camera moves is only going to make matters...

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Need For Speed: Pro Street

 

One of EA's two big racing franchises, the Need For Speed series has its roots in some relatively humble PC and console titles in the early 90's, but things took a big leap in 2003 with the release of NFS: Underground, cashing in on the culture of...

The online options are vast too, letting you create your own Race Days and compete against friends, or even save and upload blueprints to show you can tune the cars to perfection. Alternatively, you can just quick play random races. There's certainly...

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Need For Speed: Pro Street

 

Still feeling it

The online options are vast too, letting you create your own Race Days and compete against friends, or even save and upload blueprints to show you can tune the cars to perfection. Alternatively, you can just quick play random races. There's certainly...

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buy it you will love this game.

 

Worth youe money.

amazing graphics and realism

anouncer is annoying

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simply brilliant

 

another masterpeice in the collection I love these games and this is one of the best. the geezer on the tannoy gets on your nerves but turn him off and its great! graphics brilliant storyline doen't matter on games like this realism very good. makes...

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No harm done!

 

Yet another Need for speed game has hit the shelves and some people might just be getting bored with them... This though I will say, its probably the best need for speed game ever! they've removed the free roam aspect and to be honest its not really...

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