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Need for Speed: Most Wanted (PS3)

Need for Speed: Most Wanted (PS3)
alaScore 88

18 reviews

Jun, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 18 reviews of Need for Speed: Most Wanted (PS3). The average rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) for all reviews. People are impressed by the controls. The design is also mentioned favorably, but some have doubts about the reliability.

design, controls


We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Need for Speed: Most Wanted (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Adam S (

Need for Speed: Most Wanted


Need for Speed: Most Wanted is a fun but flawed game that incorporates many elements of the open-world racing great Burnout Paradise, with varying

The latest Need for Speed release has its share of slip-ups, but it’s mostly able to sideline them and deliver a fast, fun open world racing game very much like Criterion’s classic Burnout Paradise. Although there are no allusions to that...

Nov, 2012

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Need for Speed Most Wanted Review


The Need for Speed franchise returns to the hands of Criterion. But is the series back to its best?

Oct, 2012

Expert review by : Ben Dutka (

Need For Speed: Most Wanted Review


Need for Speed is back. After a lackluster installment last year (The Run just didn't live up to the franchise's usual high standards), the racing gurus at Criterion Games have delivered a gem that fans of the long-running series can really sink their...

The Ugly: “Okay, the start point is…right here…I’m turning…*%^&$(!!!!! Hit a cop.”

Oct, 2012

Expert review by : Ken "ZeroTolerance" McKown (

Need for Speed: Most Wanted Review


Criterion re-invents another NfS series with its own flavor. Read our full review of Most Wanted.

Online mode ; Easy Drive ; Controls are solid

City doesn't feel alive ; Frame rate woes

Expert review by : Ian (

Need For Speed: Most Wanted Review


Need for Speed Most Wanted blew me away in all of the previews I'd seen and played with this year. Does the final product remain as excellent?

Need For Speed: Most Wanted" is a real mixed bag of content. You get loads to do, a great roster of vehicles, and a well designed city to race around in. The multiplayer is just brilliant, and everything is connected up in a really solid fashion. The...

Dec, 2012

Expert review by : Ben (

Need for Speed Most Wanted Review


Most Wanted is a high-octane delight full of motoring mayhem.

Nov, 2012

Expert review by : Mr Pinkerton (

Need For Speed: Most Wanted review – still burning


Burnout makers Criterion return to Need For Speed, but is Most Wanted too similar to their previous games – or not close enough?

Nicely designed open world environment, well-judged arcade handling, and a great upgrade system for the cars. Excellent online options, including Autolog

Very similar to Burnout Paradise, except with less character. No police chases in multiplayer. If you don’t play it online you’re missing a lot of the fun

A successful blend of Need For Speed and Burnout that lacks a little in personality, but certainly not in terms of content or online action.

Oct, 2012

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Need for Speed Most Wanted


No country for single players.

Deep multiplayer harkening back to Burnout Paradise. Wonderful looking environments and car models on the PC. Real world cars

Licensing real world cars means boring crashes. Singleplayer is monotonous. Console ports not as pretty as they should be. Police are incredibly frustrating

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