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Need for Speed Underground 2 Member Review for the PS2

bigdawg81192 By:
bigdawg81192
06/07/06
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Racing 
PLAYERS 1- 6 
PUBLISHER EA 
DEVELOPER EA 
RELEASE DATE  
E Contains Mild Lyrics, Suggestive Themes

What do these ratings mean?

okay Need for Speed Underground 2 (NFSU2), was a great game. I liked the graphics, the controls, the in game music, and how you could completely customize your car with far many more decals, art, upgrades, and such. EA did a lot better on NFSU2 then they did with Hot Pursuit and the Need For Speed's.

The graphics were (I'd say) really good. On the road and in the shop you could see just about every detail on your car. And after you hit the N2o the road would just flash by and although that doesnt happen in real life it was a pretty good thing to put into the game. The # of real life brands put into the game was a good idea beacause a person could decide which brand of parts they wanted in their car.

The music (this is gonna be a short paragraph) was alright but i'de say they coulve tried to fit some AC/DC into it, but mostly just rap and a little bit of punk. Other than that you could arrange the songs on the menu screen and choose which ones would play or not play. ( i only played Black Betty the entire time I played the game).

THe gameplay was really good, so good that the first week I had the game I played it every second I had for spare time. The levals dont last to long but the races are a-plenty. You have to complete more than 35 races after you get to leval 3. Damn. Believe me it may not sound like much, but it is. and the different kind of races are awesome. There are Drift, Sprint, Circiut, Drag, and URL (Underground Racing League [These Races are Kinda like a grand Prix] ). My favorite races are the Downhill Drift and the Sprint, if anybody wants to compare Drift scores, my best was 323,185 on a downhill drift. No doubt that somebody can do better than that.

The controls were easy to handal and I'm out of time so im gonna end with the sum of stuff

-gameplay A

-Music C

-Controls B+

-Graphics A-

-Loading Time B

Overall (in my head) B+

 


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