Top 10 Worst Need for Speed Gamesmattblade666
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Uncontrollable cars and boring "realistic" setting ruin the fun of what makes a NFS game. Prostreet and Shift 2 are miles better as they have much better handling.
NFS Should had never tried to be a simulator. Instead of a realistic Gran Turismo copy cat we got a mess of uncontrollable cars with even worse drift event's. It's weird, but not surprising, that the NFS team's attempts at making a realistic racer only got worse each game.
This should be number one. - MrCoolC
The Nevada’s map sand sucked you in like a horny girl
Best need for speed
If it was advertised as a Burnout game it would get a pass, but it has a NFS title with "Most Wanted" in it. Obviously the marketing team knew how bad it was and named it based on their most popular game to gain traction. Very bad idea.
Just The Worst
Played 10 minutes, then uninstalled. Not only worst NFS, but worst racing game I've ever played.
This instalment to the need for speed series was supposedly going to "revive" the franchise's charm.
This game is ok, but it just lacks what the older games had.
Revival of the series? I don't think so.
Can't beleve prostreet and shift original is better than this one
I know it's a classic, but it's really not that much of an NFS game anymore. Barely any cars because of the limits of the time. VERY dated.
Boring game world, boring soundtrack, terrible career, poor cars list and it's main reasons why this game is bad! - Aita45
Worst in every aspect! Worst career mode ever saw in a racing game, physics are terrible, AI is... well there is no AI, or it would be hard to say that crap as AI. Even Trabi Racer is a better racer game. The best is You can uninstall it quick.
Don't say heresy to sacred! - Aita45
EA's attempt at making a mobile cash grab. Gameplay is awful, races last a total of about 30 seconds. Not to mention the completely pointless storyline that adds literally nothing to the experience. How this isn't number 1 is beyond me. Multiplayer doesn't work. It's basically you racing against other player's ghosts, and the results are simple: If you have a better car, you're going to win. If you have a car that's worse than your opponent, you'll lose...most of the time. Very little to no skill is required to play this game. And The infamous "blueprint" system is beyond horrid. The only thing money is basically used for in this game is upgrades. Even so, one still needs to acquire parts first before they can upgrade, so it gets even more tedious. The secondary currency is presented to the player's face constantly. EA tries HARD to get you to buy their pitiful in-app purchases. It gets really ridiculous when they ask 500 gold for a few uncommon blueprints. 500 gold would put you at ...more