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Need For Speed Most Wanted Member Review for the PS2

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demonwolf19
01/19/06
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Racing 
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RELEASE DATE Out Now
T Contains Mild Violence

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I give this game an A-

I've been playing the need for speed series sence the begining they all were fun. when the went to "underground" it broke my heart because it got rid of all the great super cars. Now they are back! the nice cars and the old need for speed feal, with the custimasation of the underground series. but if you want this game just for that i wouldnt recomend it. it has a great story line to it. and is always fun to play with friends.


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