Need for Speed: ProStreet Discussion
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i know that everyone is saying that the game is AWESOMEEEE
i just wanna ask if its worth buyin the game?
I find that hard to believe. I personally am a die-hard NFS fan so no matter how good or bad a NFS game is, I'd buy it.
What I'm trying to say is, take all the NFS games into perspective - every single game was a masterpiece, and when you look at ProStreet on paper (virtually unlimited Autosculpt, advanced damage system etc.), why should this be an exception?
The customization i still like though. Interesting features and at interesting cars, like the RS4 or M3 E92. Thats how i want it. I'm more for German cars in games. I still miss the M5 or RS6 in almost every game.
Personally i think its not worth buying it, but renting it is okay. Thats how i do it. Pay 2€ play the game 3 days, make a copy, bring it back, play it to the end, throw it away. Total cost: 2.50€.
Besides that i'm more for open Area driving like in Test Drive Unlimited. I'd like to see a game with plenty of cars (like 100+) and a huge free Island/City/Whatever AND race tracks. Loved the passing on interstates in TDU
Hated the Demo, but the Full seems to be okay although weird physics sometimes. But you can try to "tune away" most stuff and turn off driving helpers like traction control or ESP.
Either that or maybe why the cars wobble is because it's pretty realistic. You dump a loada weight (customization) and power into your car without checking the aerodynamics then of course it's going to roll and wobble. I would know - it applies in the real world as well. Check the suspension, brakes, aerodynamics and downforce before going into races. It's not an arcade racer anymore, where you can drop 100 turbos into your car and everything's okay. By the looks of it this is a very, very realistic game.
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