Need for Speed Underground: Rivals (PSP) Reviews
Product Type: Electronic Arts PSP games
Newest Review: ... played this; it is inspired a lot by the Fast and the Furious films, taking that film's best element - the customisation - ... more
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Customer Need for Speed Underground: Rivals (PSP) Reviews (4)
by - written on 22/04/08, updated on 22/04/08 (Very useful, 119 readings)
~ So how about it? ~ Okay I love computer games, but I'm not an avid player like some people. But recently and completely out of the blue I was given a second hand PSP, and included was the game Need for Speed, Underground Rivals. Now I had heard of this game, but never played it before so was intrigued about it and since I quite enjoy driving games on the PS2 we have thought it would be fun to have a go with this one. The result is a review on here. ~ First thoughts and on loading ~ It is easy enough to get out of the cover and load onto the PSP. We had another game with the PSP, and I admit on loading this one does ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/03/08 (Not useful, 19 readings)
No, no, no, no!EA have killed one of the greatest car games. Need for speed is a great franchise but i'm sorry to say that this has fallen well far from the EA tree. Known for its ease of use and wide selection of mod upgrades this has failed miserably and should be removed from shelves worldwide. The game paly is dismal and has lags which is a no no while travelling at 200 miles per hour, the choice of 4 race events is appauling. I say to anyone out there do not buy. this product is no good and will provide u with only misery and heartache. I recomend u steer clear of it ! ! ! Over all the psp has not yet produced an excellent car game and i'm becoming impatient ! ! ! . Read the complete review
by - written on 07/02/10 (Very useful, 2 readings)
Do we need yet another Need for Speed: Underground game? While I enjoy them, they are getting a bit long in the tooth now, and although Rivals in many ways sticks to the series' conventions, it is still oddly addictive due to the comprehensive ability to fine-tune and augment your car. Indeed, if you've played the other NFS:U games, you've played this; it is inspired a lot by the Fast and the Furious films, taking that film's best element - the customisation - and allowing you to adjust virtually every aspect of your vehicle, making this game particularly attractive to petrolheads. Alongside that, you're got the usual Drift and Drag race modes that add a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/07/09 (Useful, 3 readings)
I bought this game from america for around $50 when the psp first came out and I found it amazing. The price was a small amount to pay when you weigh it up with the amount of addictive fun you will have racing and customising cars. First of all the graphics are amazing, ok they dont look real life, but thats fine because they complement the game and are exceptional for a psp. The game gives you the chance to race for points in which you can use to either cusomise your car or buy others (there are 24 cars to collect and customise). As you play there are a selection of rap and rock songs to listen to, which add a sense of adreanalin to ... Read the complete review
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