General ProStreet Discussions
sw_soulja posted on Jan 26, 2008 10:59:49 PM - Report post
do yall guys think pro street is still gonna be better than midnight club L.A.........in my opinion i say its not because i seen the trailer on hd the graphics kinda look better than this!!!!and it has a 3000 gt...and the only game that has ever had a 3000 gt is need for speed underground 2
2hot4u posted on Jan 26, 2008 11:05:58 PM - Report post
Juiced has 3000GT.
sw_soulja posted on Jan 26, 2008 11:10:34 PM - Report post
ohh yea well i only played that game like twice so i didnt know dat.....well yea i pre ordered dat game midnight club L.A
Dan_Sixx posted on Jan 26, 2008 11:22:22 PM - Report post
I will admit, the 300GT is a cool car, but it's prob over-rated, there are so many better cars in the game
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sw_soulja posted on Jan 26, 2008 11:28:37 PM - Report post
yea its great and fast...the 3000gt'z they have in japan they have stock twin turbos
Chingy42007 posted on Jan 27, 2008 4:43:53 AM - Report post
originally posted by SuperSkyline89
Pro Street is kind of an attempt at copying Forza with a NFS twist on it. The modifications might be better in NFS but that doesn't make the actual racing any better. Forza is the best game as far as PURE racing goes. And even as far as modifications go, NFS isn't the best.
Visually, no. Physically, yes.
I wouldn't go as far as to say NFS was a carbon-copy of Forza, I mean the game was in development since the release of Most Wanted. If you skim the surface, the game is sheer ownage. If you dig deep, then you could say those things about it being a Forza wannabe. But no way was it copied.
[Edited by Chingy42007, 1/27/2008 4:44:06 AM]
SuperSkyline89 posted on Jan 27, 2008 9:07:12 AM - Report post
I was talking physically. It doesn't mean much being different visually because anyone that plays a game can tell if it's physically similar to another. I never said it was a carbon copy, I was saying that it was an attempt at copying the racing style of Forza. The original Forza Motorsport came out in the same year as Most Wanted so EA had plenty of time to try copying parts of it. About the skimming the surface thing, you don't compare games just by skimming the surface, you have to dig deep and compare the actual games and not just what they look like.
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