Need for Speed 4 - High Stakes (PC) Reviews
Product Type: Electronic Arts PC games
Description:Developed and published by Electronic Arts. Driving simulation which added features.
Newest Review: ... pay for loosing so you would have to give up your car. With these races that have high wagers, if you win you can win a very ... more
Price Comparison for Need for Speed 4 - High Stakes (PC)
Customer Need for Speed 4 - High Stakes (PC) Reviews (11)
by - written on 04/11/00, updated on 04/11/00
It's tough at the top. Electronic Arts' long-running Need for Speed franchise has occupied the penthouse suite of the arcade driving pyramid for almost five years now, but with that lofty position comes an added degree of consumer expectation. You're only as good as your last game in this business, and every new release carries with it the risk of a non-stop elevator ride to the basement. Some of the more notable additions in this fourth Need for Speed installment include new cars like the Porsche 911 Turbo - bringing the total number of licensed vehicles to 18 - and ten attractive new circuits. Car damage has also been incorporated to add a degree ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/12/00, updated on 08/12/00 (Very useful, 27 readings)
Just another driving game I hear you cry. Hours of winding around roads speeding in the same car.. Not true for this game. This game is fantastic. As usual you have the normal choice of tracks and cars, but it doesnt stop there, you have complete control over customising your car from painting it to whether the top is down on a convertable car. The graphics in game are very pretty and extremely smooth even on a rather poor system (but make sure that you have a graphics card). There are the usual ways to play a driving game, you can practive tracks, race aainst others on the internet over LAN or even split screen (which can beomce rather ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/08/01, updated on 27/08/01
Need for speed High stakes about driving in races to get money and compete in different kind of races and different modes. once you have got enough money saved up you can buy new cars to help you get through the different races. Some of the races in this game involve you racing for a very high sum of money and if you lose then you could lose all of your money or possibly loose your car because you can't afford to pay for loosing so you would have to give up your car. With these races that have high wagers, if you win you can win a very big load of money and buy a new car or you can sometimes win new cars. Once you have your cars you can edit the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/06/00, updated on 26/06/00 (Very useful, 32 readings)
At first this appears to be just another driving game, but when you get used to the handling and have played several of the tracks it is quite addictive. Unlike most driving games the tracks are very varied making for a new experience on every drive. The sense of your speed is almost realistic and you actually feel like you are driving fast, unlike most games, where your only experience of your speed is looking at a speedometer which reads some astromonical number. The variation in car types is also very interesting, and at first you may think your car seems a bit slow but just wait until you try the faster cars. There is a real difference between the fast and slow cars . Read the complete review
by - written on 02/11/00, updated on 02/11/00 (Useful, 10 readings)
The answer to my question is: who cares? If they continue to release top quality racing games in the series, then they will achieve high popularity. I was a bit undecided when purchasing the game, but I can now say that it was worth it. What appealed to me in this game was the variety. Plenty of cars, car adjustments, tracks and race types makes it bulging with features. My personal favourite is the persuit race, whether it is with one or two players racing. One in the getaway car and one is the police car, the fun of chasing the other by using speed, agression, road blocks and spikes is immense. The graphics are excellent, and the sound is tolerable but you can use the . Read the complete review
Products Similar to Need for Speed 4 - High Stakes ...
Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle Earth II - The Rise of the Witch-King Expansion Pack (PC) - Is an excellent addition to the Lord of the Rings game franchise. requires a good few hours to complete each level but this could be an advantage!
Need for Speed 5 Porsche Unleashed (PC) - Cool game, loads of cars ! ! ! ! ! Only Porsche's available (which isn't really that bad)
FIFA 99 (PC) - Fluidity Americanism
Black and White (PC) - Artificial Integience, graphics and gameplay are brilliant. The game is so massive and absolutely unlimited (NONE!)
FIFA Manager 08 (PC) - Easy to pick up, good graphics, solid but not overwhelming options Sometimes it can be a bit too easy
Need For Speed Pro Street (PC) - Good graphics .Dynamic gampeplay and damage Many
|More products in PC Game|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Far Cry 2 (PC)|
|Last Bronx (PC)|
It's fun for a little while, but not long.
There are far better games around.
|Lego Loco (PC)|
Build your own city
|Nightmare Toy Factory (PC)||Pharaoh Cleopatra Expansion Pack (PC)|
Expands a great game
Not many new basic buildings
|Rayman Gold (PC)|
|Sabrina The Teenage Witch (PC)|
Very familiar to Sabrina fans, fun game play, voice actors from series are present.
Too easy, graphics are a little poor at times, gets repetitive.
|Scooby Doo Showdown In Ghost Town (PC)|
educational fun, smooth interface, great interactive cartoon feel, mystery changes each game play
clues always int eh same place, dialogue a bit limited
|Settlers 2 (PC)|
Addictive, complex, highly detailed
No Net/LAN play options
|Star Trek Birth Of The Federation (PC)|
lots of things to do
Needs some small improvements in gameplay