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Cheats PS2 Need for Speed Underground 2

 September 21, 2016 – 04:02 pm

Overshadowed by the big four sequels this fall - Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Half-Life 2, Metroid Prime 2 Echoes and Halo 2 - the world's best selling game in 2003 really isn't something that should be ignored. Electronic Arts' is a huge makeover, improving on every aspect of last year's version by building an impressive level of depth in every facet of play.

An arcade racer by nature, NFSU2 expands into many new territories with a deep, complex progression system. It builds out an impressive customization mode, lacking in last year's model, and furthers its reach into America's trendy import tuner culture with the appropriate dialog, music, and the addition, of all things, SUVs. The result is a startling 40-plus hour game that's well composed, packed with aggresive AI, and is perhaps a little too big for its own good.

Presentation and Progression
Electronic Arts' massively expanded isn't a sequel in the normal sense of the word. Instead, it's a reinvention, derived from the open model made popular by Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto series and racing-action games like Midtown Madness and Midnight Club. Comprised of a five-part city, the fictitious urban center known as Bayview is the imaginative ideal for midnight racing speedsters. It's open, large, and filled with a half dozen racing types.

Coal Harbor, City Core, Beacon Hill, Jackson Heights, and the Airport all provide distinct driving opportunities for players looking for the same kinds of racing variety presented in Need for Speed Underground. Only now, they're all tied into one thriving city. Beacon Hill, for instance, is superb for drifting, while City Core includes an impressive and extensive freeway system connecting together the whole city and giving gamers an excellent collection of drag racing and circuit courses to boot.

A sequel to last year's racing hit, brings back all the same thrills, but expands on it with a bigger city, a lot more customization options, and even a new control scheme. Check out our widescreen video review to see tons of direct-feed and get the final word.

To get through the massive real estate of Bayview and to fulfill your destiny as an import tuning master, you'll need to do several things, the first of which is racing: Win races and you'll progress. But it's not just racing, it's the way you progress. The game encourages you to explore its many nuances, to become a part of the "lifestyle, " and in many ways it rewards you for doing so. There are strategically placed stacks of cash waiting to be collected, a few shortcuts here and there - though not nearly enough - and glowing rings of color representing racing opportunities, garages, and more.

Source: www.ign.com



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