Need For Speed: ProStreet - PSP

Release Date:

22 February 2008

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Also on USA.


In Need For Speed: ProStreet on the PSP, it’s no longer good enough to simply rule your local neighbourhood; you need to dominate on a global stage. Build the ultimate battle machine, take it to multi-disciplinary showdowns and pit your skills and reputation against the world's best street racers. This is your chance to prove that you have what it takes to be crowned the next street king in Need For Speed ProStreet.

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There are lot of Need for Speed games that have came out for different game consoles. And now, Need for Speed has come out with its version this time for PSP users. Well, you will be better off playing with your frisbee rather than playing this game. This is a game that shouldn't ever be on the PSP though. Yes it has the Need for Speed name but it is not very good.

First of all, this version of Need for Speed gives you 32 great looking cars that will give you the race of your life, yeah right! This game is all about car racing. Speed, power and strategy are all part of this game’s unending success, but it really fails on PSP. But yes the cars actually show damage. The element of entertainment and excitement are always seen in this game only if you have never played a racing game in your life. This game offers different modes to play whether you are a beginner or experienced fan of the game. In here, you can play simple and quick races; you can start your career or play online. However, every time I go online I only see about 3-5 other people online and most of the time they won't even race. You can pretty much kiss the multiplayer mode goodbye.

In the career mode, you can start by racing beginner racers until you get to the best racers around. Very little value, and I found it to be rather boring. It might take you quite some time though! You will be able to play 13 tracks to get to the top of the list. Of course, you need to stay ahead of the race to have your career increasing also. There will be different racing tracks to play on. You will also get varieties of games to play. Once your career progresses, you can upgrade your car. But, really this game didn't hold my attention in the career mode either. The other modes are all racing but the levels of difficulty vary. There are different modes that have varied tracks, races and cars to play. The graphics are so great that you will be amazed with the cars displayed on your screen; probably the only good thing about this game. The audio is annoying as hell.

The controls do suck ass to put it lightly. Not a game that you can easily play on the PSP. The cars handle like god damn boats. Get this, then you have to pay to fix your shit. What the hell is the point! All my money gets spent every race, and you only win money for first place. Also, you only race 4 cars at a time, how rubbish is that. Overall, ProStreet still carries the kind of entertainment that Need for Speed provides for its fans. It sucks because the controls blow balls. No one is ever online and I actually asked myself why the hell am I playing this lame game.

I could just be playing something else that would hold my attention. Avoid this game like the plague it sucks big big time. I feel it is my duty to warn others about this game because it is probably the worst game I have ever played in my life!

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