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|Seller Notes:||“There are no Scratches on the Disc & Case has Normal Wear”|
|Platform:||Microsoft Xbox 360||Game Name:||Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit|
|Release Year:||2010||Publisher:||Electronic Arts|
|Rating:||E10+ (Everyone 10+)||Brand:||
|Get your adrenaline pumping on high-speed car chases through winding countryside highways and bustling village streets in the 2010 Xbox 360 edition of Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit. The game setting is the large, open world of fictional Seacrest County, which features various regions for diverse driving challenges. This Xbox 360 version of Need for Speed uses an "Autolog" feature, which connects in the background to allow for online multiplayer racing and also lets single-player racers compare in-game accomplishments and statistics with friends across the network. In the game's main "Career" mode, virtual drivers have the chance to roll as both racers and law enforcement officers, gradually developing a reputation, gaining "Bounty" points, and unlocking additional challenges and high-performance automobiles. If you’re up for a challenge and plenty of heart-pounding action, Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit delivers.|
|Game||Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit -- Limited Edition|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||73836511|
|Platform||Microsoft Xbox 360|
|ESRB Rating||E10+ - Everyone 10+|
|Game Edition||Limited Edition|
|Control Elements||Gamepad/Joystick, Steering Wheel|
|Number of Players||1-8|
|Game Special Features||
|Game Series||Need for Speed Series|
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I put around 30 hours into this and could play it more if I didn't have a backlog to work through. A very entertaining title! If you are a Burnout fan you will feel right at home playing this. If you are an older NFS fan I don't know if you will like it. Positives: Plays and feels like a Burnout game, Online play is great fun - trash talking and great moments, a lot of rivalries form quickly as you play online. Graphics are excellent - scenery is a beautiful back-drop to the races. A ton of solo events available - many types of events from races to hot pursuit, time trials...Read full review, etc. The weapons on both sides are easy to learn how to use. Negatives: One you rank up to around 12 or so on each side (cop/racer) it tends to get monotonous (max rank is 20). EA online pass code makes buying used more of a pain. Online races with people at max rank are a lost cause. No local multi-player split screen - a big bummer!
three big flaws in a great game series
BIGGEST THING THAT SUCKS IS YOU NEED THE ONLINE PASS CODE TO PLAY ONLINE.......stupid stupid stupid design......all games should have the online feature already with them instead of having to buy them! warning, steering is super slow to react and feels like the cars dont turn at all unless you drift them around the corners. unlike previous need for speeds where the cars turned well. also the AI traffic is quite stupid. if you are a cop and have your lights on, instead of pulling over and stopping the cars just stop in the middle of the road which makes it difficult to go by them sometime whithout hitting them. however if these last two things dont bother you then the game is great. if the online is a deal breaker then buy the game new because used copies the code has already been used and then you get screwed out of online play.
Need for Speed, Need to buy!
This game pumped me up from the first trailer I watched a couple months prior to its release, unfortunetly for me, my busy school schedule (BTFU!) prevented me from purchasing it for longer than I would have liked, but it was well worth the wait! Graphics -- 4.5/5 The graphics in NFS: HP are amazing. Based in a rural mountain area, every inch is crammed with vivid scenery. Waterfalls, trees, and even the grass, make concentrating on the race at hand a challenge. Gameplay -- 4/5 Actual crashes, drafting, and NOS replenishment based on how crazy you are. You can access what event you want to do from the map screen(whether it be police or racer). Each spot has several different events that you can do,such as racing to be the first to cross a finish line, or making it to a road-block in time to catch a wanted suspect. These events are fun and provide a new spin to the NFS franchise. Gameflow -- 3/5 In this title you don't pick a starting car and go from there. You unlock cars as you progress through the game and earn bounty, and you are able to use any car that you've unlocked at any time (provided that the particular event allows it). There's no money to earn, no impound strikes you have to avoid at all costs, and no real plot behind the racing, just the climb to reach the most wanted racer in the city, or the most accomplished and skilled police unit. For those of you that like a nice story behind the madness (like I do) you will find this game lacking here,but it makes up for it in other ways. Customization -- 1/5 One of my favorite parts of NFS games was customizing my ride, the decals, underglow, window tints, and all of the other options. Unfortunately The most you can do in this game is choose your car, and its color, before each event. Difficulty -- 5/5 This isn't like Carbon or Wanted, where you can poo on the competition with little-to-no effort. Almost every event is a challenge from the start to the end. Be prepared to attempt events more than once as you try to reach the highest distinction. Fun ??/5 This particular category isn't for me to decide, I can only offer more opinion and my personal experience with the game. As a completionist this game is very interesting and fun to play because it provides a challenge that other racing titles lack. It is fast-paced, action packed, and will have any race enthusiast itching to try the next event.
Farmville with Wheels?! Cmon EA! Could've Been Better!
Need For Speed isn't exactly known to be a racing simulator like Forza or Gran Turismo. But still...I expected more from this game. I mean small things like local 2 player mode is gone, an easy to navigate main screen is unheard of, and Autolog is another word for Facebook. Seriously, I don't want to post pictures and comments on people's walls when I play a video game. I'll do that when I'm on FB. Autolog has been the most annoying feature in recent video games. Plus it wants you to invite your friends and try to beat your records. Really?! THE BEST WAY TO DESCRIBE THIS GAME is to think of the ANNOYING features of FARMVILLE and WINDOWS VISTA. Put them together and BAM, you get Autolog. The game, however, does have some great things going for it. The graphics are top notch, online game play is fantastic (IF you have the online pass code which if you buy used, you will have to pay 800 Microsoft Points JUST TO PLAY ONLINE!) Not worth it if you ask me. They overly commercialized the game and it just did not feel like I was playing Need for Speed Hot Pursuit.
I put around 30 hours into this and could play it more if I didn't have a backlog to work through. A very entertaining title! If you are a Burnout fan you will feel right at home playing this. If you are an older NFS fan I don't know if you will like it. Positives: Plays and feels like a Burnout game, Online play is great fun - trash talking and great moments, a lot of rivalries form quickly as you play online. Graphics are excellent - scenery is a beautiful back-drop to the races. A ton of solo events available - many types of events from races to hot pursuit, time trials, etc. The weapons on both sides are easy to learn how to use. Negatives: One you rank up to around 12 or so on each side (cop/racer) it tends to get monotonous (max rank is 20). EA online pass code makes buying used more of a pain. Online races with people at max rank are a lost cause. No local multi-player split screen - a big bummer!