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I love Criterion, and I loved the first Most Wanted. This one... not nearly as much. You're stuck with Criterion's typical 2 camera views, exterior (which I never play driving games in) and a bumper cam set just inches off the ground (Which works ok in Burnout, but here it's just awful).
The first MW had a story to it, you were a person fighting up the ranks to get your car back and to take out the douchebag Razor. In this, you don't get the feeling that you're a driver, you get the feeling that you're the car. There's NOTHING in the way of any story, there's no garage of cars you own/win to choose from, you drive around town, pull up to another marked car, and just 'jump in'. Races are tied to specific cars, you can't just roll up to a race in whatever car you want to use and the game adjusts the AI accordingly. The cops are a laughable annoyance rather than a challenge. The driving physics are just god-awful. I usually know what to expect from an NFS game (Shift series aside) and yet still found the handling to be terrible. Every car I've driven so far has felt the same, they didn't even give them Burnout Paradise handling, which would have been better since even there the cars FELT different while driving.
Bottom line, if you liked Burnout Paradise and/or the first Most Wanted, skip this, it's NOT the glorious mashup we thought it was going to be, and I feel sorry for anyone else who buys it expecting it to be.
Side Note: Yet another reason devs need to MAKE DEMOS!. They don't because once they've got our money, there's nothing we can do and we can't try-before-we-buy without demos.

This is exactly why I hated Burnout Paradise...
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This is exactly why I hated Burnout Paradise...

BP was leagues better than this though. You could use any car you wanted for any race, you won and unlocked cars, the handling was better too. And honestly, the Burnout series has never been about story, it's all about the crashes, so I can live with that in BP. It makes NO sense in NFSMW.
 
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I still have Most Wanted for 360, and every few months I break it out and play it still. IMHO it is still the crown jewel of the series and aged quite well. Even the PC version has HR texture support through texmod.
However I'm finding the more I play this game the more I'm enjoying it. I couldn't sleep last night and I'm now like 7th on the black list, did not take much effort. But it is horribly satisfying to bully those on the list with the Raptor and drive them off the road endlessly whenever they catch up and try to pass. boxing3.gif
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Well...

The game performs terribly (using latest official drivers, not messing with beta drivers anymore as the last time I did I had a lot of issues).

Running 30-60fps, but choppy enough to make it difficult to play and race without hitting things due to the stutter.

On a positive note, the game looks great, and if you can get past the jaggies (they will be fixed by someone at some point ala hot pursuit 2010) it has a lot of great looking areas and the reflections/sparks/puddles look great.

I am excited for a patch or update to fix the performance issues as I should be able to run this thing at 60fps no problem.

If you look past the performance for a minute the game is amazing. I can envision myself putting 500+ hours into this game no problem once the performance is fixed.

The sounds are great, turned off the music, turned up the soundfx volume, going through tunnels is amazing and the first thing I do with every new car I find lol.

I love games like Forza, but with Horizon never coming to PC this is the next best thing. The handling isn't great but similar to hot pursuit 2010, varied enough car to car to make it interesting. The upgrades are fun even though modding each car like in prior nfs games would be great, but the upgrades at least make a difference and make you think twice before jumping to another car.

I am hopeful the performance will be fixed and looking forward to enjoying this game for a long time.

Anyone with the game can add me on origin: Crosko
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Well...
The game performs terribly (using latest official drivers, not messing with beta drivers anymore as the last time I did I had a lot of issues).
Running 30-60fps, but choppy enough to make it difficult to play and race without hitting things due to the stutter.
On a positive note, the game looks great, and if you can get past the jaggies (they will be fixed by someone at some point ala hot pursuit 2010) it has a lot of great looking areas and the reflections/sparks/puddles look great.
I am excited for a patch or update to fix the performance issues as I should be able to run this thing at 60fps no problem.
If you look past the performance for a minute the game is amazing. I can envision myself putting 500+ hours into this game no problem once the performance is fixed.
The sounds are great, turned off the music, turned up the soundfx volume, going through tunnels is amazing and the first thing I do with every new car I find lol.
I love games like Forza, but with Horizon never coming to PC this is the next best thing. The handling isn't great but similar to hot pursuit 2010, varied enough car to car to make it interesting. The upgrades are fun even though modding each car like in prior nfs games would be great, but the upgrades at least make a difference and make you think twice before jumping to another car.
I am hopeful the performance will be fixed and looking forward to enjoying this game for a long time.
Anyone with the game can add me on origin: Crosko

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The game runs decent for me, although I get negative scaling with crossfire, and areas like the shipping yards trash my fps.
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The benefits of never getting rid of my 360 and having it connected to my main monitor as a second source.

I got a good deal selling mine used, helped pay for my 2nd 570 which in turn helped pay for my 680.

If next gen wasn't so close I would pick one up for horizon alone. Sold mine after playing Forza 3 for hundreds of hours with my wheel. Still miss that game/series.
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Look what I found just cruising around. Old farts like me will instantly recognize and associate this building with a popular 1980's flick biggrin.gif
     
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Look what I found just cruising around. Old farts like me will instantly recognize and associate this building with a popular 1980's flick biggrin.gif

First thing that comes to mind is the Ghostbuster's firehouse.biggrin.gif
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Bottom line, if you liked Burnout Paradise and/or the first Most Wanted, skip this, it's NOT the glorious mashup we thought it was going to be, and I feel sorry for anyone else who buys it expecting it to be.

Almost every review I've read has likened MW 2012 to a Burnout Paradise sequel:

http://www.polygon.com/game/need-for-speed-most-wanted-2012/2055
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"Need for Speed Most Wanted is as much a follow-up to Burnout Paradise as it is a new Need for Speed."

http://www.joystiq.com/2012/10/30/need-for-speed-most-wanted-review/
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"Need for Speed: Most Wanted is a game very much rooted in Criterion's past – not EA's.

Need for Speed: Most Wanted is an open-world racer akin to Criterion's last effort for its most well-known series, Burnout: Paradise."

Seems kinda weird that you're advising people who liked Burnout Paradise to avoid Most Wanted. I haven't played the game yet so I can't comment further myself. All of the reviewers seem to like it, though.
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