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Need for Speed ProStreet Member Review for the PS3

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11/22/07
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Racing 
PLAYERS  
PUBLISHER EA 
DEVELOPER EA 
RELEASE DATE  
E10+ Contains Suggestive Themes

What do these ratings mean?


Pros:
+Graphics
+Damage

Cons:
-Sorry, no story?
-Pointless racing, no city
-Same cars
-Worse than Underground 2, but that game was really good...


Nice on the outside, ugly inside

I mean let’s be real here, why not? I have been a diehard fan of NFS series and I am proud to announce that after ProStreet I have played all of them. Every game since Underground pretty much offered the same concept: customize your car, race, have fun, listen to music while doing all this, and drive around. Yet most of the games before ProStreet at least offered some extra modes and extra customization, for example Most Wanted at least offered a whole city to drive around in. I really was not impressed with concept of this game. I thought that the creators’ main focus was graphics and nothing else. Gameplay and story concepts weren’t improved any and were simply ignored. At least they did something to Carbon. It feels like the game was made too fast, without any major improvements to the old. ProStreet has nothing to offer and it’s the same, race after race…


Why EA Games? Why should I think your racing game is better than any other?


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