Need For Speed Most Wanted (Playstation Vita)
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : Nee
- Productafmetingen : 10.49 x 1.19 x 13.49 cm; 100 gram
- Publicatiedatum : 26 maart 2019
- ASIN : B0089L21EK
- Modelnummer item : 201908
- Gegarandeerde software-updates tot : unknown
- Plaats in bestsellerlijst: #10,463 in Games (Top 100 in bekijkenGames)
- #18 in PlayStation Vita-games
Als jij de most wanted wilt zijn, moet je uit handen van de politie blijven, sneller zijn dan je vrienden, en slimmer dan je rivalen. Je bent constant op de vlucht voor een meedogenloze politiemacht en moet razendsnel levensgevaarlijke beslissingen nemen. Zoek in de open wereld naar de perfecte schuilplaatsen, spring over schansen en verdien nieuwe auto's om je rivalen achter je te laten. Criterion games verzorgt weer de ultieme sociale gameplay. Er zijn geen menu's en geen lobby's. Je kunt gewoon rechtstreeks je vrienden uitdagen en laten zien wat je kunt in allerlei vloeiende multiplayer-evenementen. Maar wees voorzichtig: je rivalen zullen er alles aan doen om te voorkomen dat jij ze verslaat. In deze wereld kan er maar een de most wanted zijn. Kenmerken: - open wereld schud de politie af op jouw manier. Spring over schansen en neem sluiproutes. Hou je schuil of schud de politie af in omgevingen waarin je de unieke voordelen van jouw auto ten volle kunt benutten. Alles draait om vrijheid. Rij waar je maar wilt met je vrienden. Ontdek verborgen gameplay of gebruik je kennis van de stad om je rivalen te verslaan in een oneindige reeks uitdagingen. - non-stop multiplayer kies een auto, daag je vrienden uit en stort je non-stop in een reeks snoeiharde evenementen. Geen lobbyscherm betekent dat de actie nooit ophoudt. Zet topscores neer, stijg in het klassement en verdien talloze beloningen en upgrades. Ook tussen de evenementen door heb je eindeloos veel mogelijkheden om te racen, te strijden en de reusachtige open wereld te verkennen. - versla je vrienden autolog 2 voert de intense concurrentiestrijd nog verder op met gepersonaliseerde race-aanbevelingen en feeds waarmee je je vrienden op de hoogte houdt van je belangrijke scores, snelheden en tijden. Verdien altijd en op elk systeem need for speed-punten. Als je er genoeg verzamelt, hebben je vrienden het nakijken en word jij de most wanted. - racen zonder regels de snelste overleeft in need for speed most wanted, een game die het echte-autogevoel van deze reeks combineert met de intense snelheid en agressie van burnout. Rem, drift en vecht je een weg langs politie en rivalen, puur en alleen met je rijvaardigheid en een flinke dosis nitro. - exclusieve functies voor ps vita navigeer en race met het touchscreen en het achter-touchpad en doe mee aan evenementen en uitdagingen die speciaal zijn ontworpen voor het ps vita-systeem. Gebruik de voorcamera om een foto te maken voor je autolog-profiel en chat met je online vrienden met de ingebouwde microfoon
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This game is very fun to play. I have been at it probably 10 or more hours now. It is one of the first games I've played in years that I've actually wanted to fully complete the game to 100% simply because it is so much fun. The controls of this game are sublime. Your cars feel heavy and hunker down on the road when at high speed. Get twitchy under breaking and are easy to spin if you are not careful. The game is designed around the idea of drifting. You can easily drift in this game by planting your foot into the accelerator and then tapping the break while turning. This steps the back out and you can drift/powerslide around most corners. The process is easy once you get the hang of it but is a little bit of a pain at first.
The map on this game is pretty awesome. I was scared that the map would be a piddly little village of a city, where you have seen everything there is to see in an hour. Well you will probably have seen most of it in two hours but it isn't half bad. It is varied and has plenty of buildings which consist mainly of parking garages and warehouses but drifting up a spiral ramp and then driving full speed off of the roof through a billboard is great fun.
Speaking of billboards, there are a number of challenges in this game that can be completed as you go along. The main one is finding all of the jackspots for cars. Then you have the billboard challenge which is similar to the insane jumps challenge from GTA except they put boards on them for you to destroy. The idea was that you go around your city and make these jumps and log your jump distance. Then on your friends list if someone beats your jump, their gamer picture will appear on your board. The challenge is to keep beating your friends jump distance. But if you play solo the idea is to find all of the jumps and successfully land the jump. There are also a number of security gates, the idea is simple, find them all and drive through them, you get some wanted score when you do. All of these coupled with completing all races for each car leads on to give your 100% completion rating. Best of all though it adds a much needed variety to the gameplay.
This game is plagued with issues though unfortunately. The reason I've given this game a five start is because these issues are niggly at best, some aren't but some are and none of them really detach this game from the fun of playing it overall and that is what matters in a game overall in my opinion.
The first things I will say about this game is it is mental. The idea of racing for money and then buying a car and adding parts to it are over. You don't race for money, you race for a wanted score. The score increases based on taking out fellow racers and police cars, breaking through police blocks etc etc. The idea is you race until you have enough points to warrant a race with a rival. There are ten of them in total, and each requires a subsequent number of points which you get by winning races. But the strangeness comes in when finding cars because that is exactly what you do, you just find them. These cars are supposedly yours but there are about 120 different spots all over the map with these cars just sat there. And you simply drive up, press triangle to get in and drive off.
When starting a race you get these little cut scenes but they are so lunatic it is hard to understand what the point of them is. You are starting a circuit race and the cut scene before it is, a bunch of cars flying through the air, then your car comes in Back to the Future Part II style, lands on the road and the race starts. In another type of race where you have to outrun police in a set time has a cut scene where your car is driving along and police cars start falling out of the sky, then you are given control and you are off. Ludicrous.
Now the graphics in this game are pretty awesome. Not PS3 quality by any stretch of the imagination (or not as it happens to be) but very good. A noticeable problem is head lights and shadows. Headlights and tail lights are terrible, just a mass of pixels in front of you. And shadows are so jagged around the edges I often wonder if I could do better myself. I doubt it, but they are that bad.
The biggest problem with this game though is the resolution. For anyone who doesn't know what resolution is, it is the number of pixels that make up the image on the screen. If you have heard of resolution before you will have heard it in terms of TVs since 1920 x 1080, HD in other words which is a common thing these days. What that means is there are 1920 pixels on the longest dimension of the TV and 1080 on the shorter. Which on a very large TV is a good thing for quality. But if you try and cram that many pixels into a smaller screen what happens is you make everything really tiny. This is what is wrong with this game, it isn't 1080, it is less but being a five inch screen it becomes a problem very quickly. It means the text is very small. For someone with dodgy eye sight this will be a massive head ache. It also has the horrible effect of making distant obstacles like cars and walls (which you are supposed to avoid if driving) really hard to see, and going at 200mph in a supercar means they come up very quickly. Sometimes so quickly it is almost impossible to avoid. Sometimes it is bad enough on tight circuits that the only way to avoid them is to memorise where they are and hope you miss them. Couple this with the blurry headlights and driving on the wrong side of the road is damn right impossible.
This game has been described as Burnout with the Need for Speed title. It is far from this. Burnout is an over the top, heavy impact game where a simply collision can turn into a full blown explosion mid race. It is very fun. This game isn't that, there is a collision system, where if you hit a wall flat out your car will do some flips and get beat up a bit and will stop. Then you will re-spawn and get right back into it. But the collision detection is bad, to the point where I would call it down right broken sometimes. You can hit barriers on the motorway at full speed and depending on what phase of the moon is out will depend on whether that constitutes a crash or not. Other times you can clip a barrier or simply hit a obstacle that isn't really there and total. You can hit a police car head on and just keep racing straight through them like they weren't there but do that to a pedestrian and you will total straight away. No consistency, and rage inducing when it happens a hundred yards from the finish line.
Also this game has a very strange way of awarding your effort to pull of drifts or slipstreams. If you are going around a corner, even if the car ahead is pulling away and you pull a drift, on the same line they were going on, you will catch up to them. It almost looks like they are blatantly slowing down the car ahead to make the drift necessary. Same with slip streaming. Your speed largely stays the same when in someone's slip steam, yet after a couple of seconds slip steaming you will gain ground on the car ahead. Like somehow your presence behind them is putting resistance on them and slowing them down or something.
But having said all of that, this game is strange, doesn't feel like particularly heavy amounts of attention went into its development sometimes but overall it is very very fun to play. It flatters you when you pull off a 400 yard drift missing cars and police stingers as you go along. It is well worth a play.
Cars are customization and the multi-player is somewhat quite fun, have had trouble getting into many games but that might be down to my timing.
All in all have a very few problems with the game, although sometimes things may suddenly appear and the smaller screen you will need to get used to that. But I would suggest anyone who owns a VITA to buy this game, because it is probably in the top 5 of VITA titles
This is a game you play, enjoy then forget about. That's fine but don't expect anything more. Deserves a 7 out of 10.