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JeanClaude32 posted on Dec 22, 2007 3:57:36 AM - Report post
the idea of the game is well thinked. the graphics are cool and the cars but the gameplay for pc is rubbish...it's not realistic at all and plus you're driving with the keyboards you don't have the smooth feeling like from the possibilities from steering wheels or gamepads
it isn't worst...it's just like chingy said about the pc version: it isn't finished
jhutchinson posted on Dec 22, 2007 8:07:01 AM - Report post
actually chingy ure point u made was amazing and i guess ure right and i suppose it isnt that bad and carbon didnt reeli give me the thrill that pro street did i was just guuted about the choice of cars but if i remember correctly carbon didnt have a good choice
At first i thought ProStreet was crap and i didnt play it but then i got into it and its awesome.
I love everything about it... The clutch for a start, its madness. Best idea ever. I can safetly say ive mastered it and it makes drifting better aswell. Also the fact that you can have 3 different blueprints for each of your cars. LOVE it.
Correct me if im wrong or if you think different but i think Chingy will back me up here when i say;
The only people that dont like this game are the ones that cant drive realistically. The gameplay of ProStreet is a hell of a step up than previous games like Underground 2 and even Carbon.
I'd have to say the only part i dont like about the whole game is when you win a car from a challenge its pre-tuned and you have to make another Blueprint for it to customize it.
If you don't live for something, You die for nothing.
DRIFT_GOD posted on Dec 30, 2007 8:10:55 PM - Report post
the game is amazing in a hell of a lot of ways like cars,gameplay,race days and so on but the thing thatrs gets me is drift but its one thing that the can adapt to in time by that i mean the handling in drift and im sick of you people saying that ea sports are lowering things to make some cash here and there it just makes mew furiuos to read this and most of you havnt even finished the game but only a part through it from what you said in you comment its fabules i agree somethings are not so great here and there but we all know its way more than just 10X's more better than carbon carnob is crap compared to pro street and im sticking with apinion and i think that chingy would agree with me with most of what i've said!! to you chingy
whats mine's is mine's,whats your's is mine's,the whole world is mine's,I dont know how people dont get that!.....
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dropbeats92 posted on Dec 31, 2007 11:14:07 AM - Report post
i think this is da worst game in the need for speed series,it freezes alot,it gets boring after awhile, and need for speed used to b uniqe now its like any other racing game like gt and foriza,yea i like the part when its real and stuff but i still think it was a step down,i was pist
Chingy42007 posted on Jan 01, 2008 2:24:09 AM - Report post
originally posted by N1YTR0
The only people that dont like this game are the ones that cant drive realistically.
Generalisation, and not necessarily true. It's more accurate and safer to say that people who don't like this game are hardcore fans of the NFS franchise who loved the unrealistic feel to the game. Games like NFS Hot Pursuit 2 would be ranked in their all-time favourite games. They might not like the revolutionisation of the franchise by ProStreet, and like the do-what-you-want-and-get-away-with-it feel of Carbon, Most Wanted and even the Underground series.
I personally am a hardcore fan of the NFS series, but unlike most fans I am adaptable to the change of pace, scene and gameplay of new games. I've been heavily involved in the real-life track scene lately (PM me if you want to know), and I think that what EA have done is superb. Encouraging people off the streets is the first step forward to get people on to the tracks. It's brilliant. Although it's far from perfect, with the driving physics a little shabby and the performance figures a bit odd, I reckon it's a winner. Not perfect, but still kickass anyways.