Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2012) Discussion
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Well seems like i have stired up some fire for telling well... the truth ) MAck i suppose yr comment was something directed at mine probably was mean haha anyway it does not matter the point is for all of you there who want to buy this game i honestlly advise you DONT !The stupidest NFS ever made .
We have no quarrels my friend. My statement was a general one and not directed at anyone, but I apologize on how it was delivered. As I said, my only intent is to strengthen the community. You would be surprised at what eyes view these forums. Certain comments can damage a community that I take pride in, but even I have made similar mistakes years ago so I should not be quick to judge. No biggie, and by the way, I agree with you on this game. They could have done a lot better than this with their eyes closed. Peace & Love.
wakes up and do a sort of NFS everybody wants and that would be some sort of a mixture betwen NFS U2(the tunning /music variety ) and the original NFS MW /Carbon great COPS pursuits
to make you spend +1h in a chase just for the fun of it + the captivating story where you really felt fullfiled and started screaming a the monitor after takin down 1 bad fella , and NFS CARBON because I really enjoyed the 1-1 canyon races and drift races. Now Would nt that be the Ultimate NFS EVER (of course with the latest graphics HD fully 3d ready etc )
Pirated or not, it's a valid opinion that's well backed up and thought it deserved to stay up. I only took out the piracy references. But to the person's post I did modify: have some common sense and keep your actions to yourself. If you're really all for "freedom of software", you should be supporting the GNU project (software that actually does consider software freedom) instead of going after pirated software.
[Edited by Neo7, 10/30/2012 9:49:55 PM]
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