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Need for Speed: Undercover (PS2)

Need for Speed: Undercover (PS2)
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Jul, 2014

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Need for Speed Undercover for PS2 - Why You Will Love This Game

 

Fasten your seat belts to experience non-stop cop chases and street races with rival gang members. With an open-ended environment, Need for Speed Undercover for PS2 lets you use shortcuts to dodge opponents and create your own road.

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Need for Speed Undercover

 

Recent Need for Speed titles have left a bad taste in the mouth for a lot of fans of the series. Whilst Electronic Art's other franchise Burnout has gone from strength to strength, Need for Speed has been in need for a make over. Thankfully I can say...

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Need For Speed: Undercover Review

 

Need For Speed returns to familiar territory, but it's not the re-invention we're hoping for...

Between the excellent Midnight Club LA and the slightly disappointing Burnout Paradise, Need For Speed: Undercover unfavourably finds itself amongst some stiff competition. Although Undercover does provide satisfactory racing action, it fails to add...

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Need for Speed: Undercover

 

This text refers to the Xbox 360 version of this title.The 2008 release in Electronic Arts' high-mileage road-racing series, Need for Speed: Undercover is built on a revamped game engine with a dual focus: realistic sports car physics and accessible, empo

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Need For Speed: Undercover

 

The twelfth Need For Speed title may very well boast Maggie Q and Christina Milian (who?) in the cast, but frankly the man they needed in the driver's seat was Jason Statham, especially as Undercover borrows heavily from The Transporter films. You play...

Cool cars ; Unlock drivable police vehicles ; Detailed car options ; Lengthy highways and roads

Gets repetitive ; Lack of car damage detail

The cut-scenes are pretty dull and cliched (briefcases are opened, threats are hissed down phones) and Maggie Q is probably just biding time until her next action movie comes along. The damage detail when you crash into things is pretty lame...

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Need for Speed Undercover – The Long Running Series Goes In Reverse

 

I have played Need for Speed games since they came out on the PC many years ago. I am still looking for that one game that can inspire me as the first cops and robbers style game did when I would chase my brother around town on the PC. ...

Fast paced arcade style fun and excellent cops vs. robber style chases

Graphical hiccups, boring story-line, and not enough ability to tweak your cars

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Great game!

 

NFS Undercover is one of the most fun games I've ever played. Graphics are brilliant - business as usual with need for speed these days. There is this cool takedown mode where you are a cop and you get criminals busted. Upgrading is fairly thorough,...

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one crazy thing about the game!

 

5 stars i give it no mad parts not rude but the cars are very fast so if new to ps2 or ps3 do not take game!

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back on form

 

After the disappointing prostreet...undercover puts nfs back on top form. I throughly enjoyed this game but I have to agree most wanted is me ultimate favourite of all the nfs series.

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boring

 

competed on hard settings in 1hr 30minutes must say i rather stick with the old classic grand turismo 4 and 5

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