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07/12/2012 Need For Speed: Most Wanted News
Guest author: Chris Jarvis
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Need For Speed: Most Wanted PS3 Move

Need For Speed: Most Wanted

Format:
PS3 Move

Genre:
Racing

Style:
Competitive

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Need For Speed: Most Wanted is a recreation of a former Need For Speed classic, updated with modern features and the latest Need For Speed technology.

Need For Speed: Most Wanted is an adrenaline-fuelled game of Cops 'n' Robbers, this time taking place in an open city. When races occur, rather than having a set course each player is challenged to get from the start to the finish by finding the quickest route possible from the start to the finish.

As you would expect from a modern racing game, Need For Speed: Most Wanted features a huge range of fully-customisable real-world cars along with a huge array of online options.

Need For Speed: Most Wanted also supports the PS Move steering wheel peripheral, with the added bonus that the orb on the PS Move controller glows different colours depending on your current legal status. Kinect is also supported in the 360 version of Need for Speed: Most Wanted, but rather than miming your driving, Kinect enables speech control of the in-game menus.

Need For Speed: Most Wanted is now available for the Playstation 3, Xbox 360, Windows PC, PS Vita. A WiiU version is due for release in 2013.

Guest review by Chris Jarvis


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