Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Review Sale Price
Product DescriptionNeed for Speed Hot Pursuit players will experience the thrill of the chase and the rush of the escape as they play through full careers as both a cop and a racer – solo or connected. The blistering speeds, brutal busts and heart-stopping getaways are all connected via Need for Speed Autolog. This network not only connects friends for epic head-to head pursuits and races, but also enables players to compare performances and stats, thereby setting the stage for the ultimate in friendly competition.
Need for Speed Hot PursuitLet me start by saying this is the last time I am pre-ordering a game. I was clearly blinded by the hype machine. I certainly have to applaud EA and their marketing department because I was hotly anticipating the release of this game. With the knowledge that Criterion Games was behind the wheel bringing back the classic cops and racers gameplay, I was pumped. But the reality soon hit me once I got my hands on it. There are a number of features that are mysteriously missing. And knowing EA, I fear will probably be added eventually, as paid DLC.The biggest problem for me, is the lack of split screen and the huge focus on online gameplay. I have never been a fan of online multiplayer as the biggest joy of multiplayer is to talk smack with friends you know, when they are in same room as you. Online is just about the same as playing with AI bots, especially in a racing game. If you do not have an internet connection this game is going to feel very limited. Acknowledgement about the demand for split screen has been all but absent from Criterion who continue to be focused on Autolog. I have done several hot pursuit events online and while it functions just fine it felt no different from the single player events. It's just not anymore compelling when you don't know who you are racing against.
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