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|Sports Sub-Genre:||Car Racing||Genre:||Racing|
|Rating:||T-Teen||Platform:||Microsoft Xbox 360|
|Country/Region of Manufacture:||United States||Game Name:||Need for Speed: The Run|
|Bundle Listing:||No||Publisher:||Electronic Arts|
|Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)||Sub-Genre:||Car Racing|
|Video Game Series:||NEED FOR SPEED||Custom Bundle:||No|
|Features:||Multiplayer, Online Playability||Modified Item:||No|
The Need for Speed series makes a significant departure from previous entries with "The Run," which has players on a high-speed race across the country. Your goal is to make it from San Francisco to New York City as quickly as possible while trying to outmaneuver those pursuing you -- from law enforcement to the mob -- and outwitting your competition. Each destination is broken down into a series of time-sensitive stages that has you completing specific objectives before you can advance.
You'll need to swerve to avoid spotlights and bullet fire from a pursuing helicopter, for example, or make it out of a city before time expires. For the first time in the series, you'll engage in on-foot sequences as well as driving missions. Your car will periodically crash during the course of your travels, at which point you'll have to continue on foot. Rather than directly control your character, you'll instead rely on scripted quick-time events to dodge bullets, leap across rooftops, engage in hand-to-hand combat, and more. Successfully tap the right button at the precise time to continue the action.
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||73896027|
|Product Key Features|
|Platform||Microsoft Xbox 360|
|Game Name||Need for Speed: The Run|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1-8|
|ESRB Descriptor||Language, Mild Suggestive Themes, Violence|
|Game Name Special Features||
|Game Name Series||Need for SPEED Series|
|Game Name Edition||Platinum Hits|
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fun driving game
I used to love the original "Need for Speed" game back on the Playstation 1. This game kind of reminded me of it. fast paced driving/racing game. decent graphics and good car control. easy to play yet challenging. You are basically in a cross country race from LA to NY, (I am only about halfway through right now). I like the idea that it is not track racing, the fact that you travel the country is cool. different environments, (weather, mountains, open roads, night/day courses etc) make it even more fun. Only downside is that they have not made it backwards compatible to play on the XB1.
a good game, that is frustratingly hard at times
need for speed the run, the game follows a simple plot of a man, wanted dead by the mob, trying to earn back his freedom, in this case a cross country street race with 250 other drivers. the game looks visually stunning, the background vistas, and car details are great. the game starts out really great, but it quickly becomes extremely frustrating.... i'll give you an example of what i mean, the game limits you to 5 "resets" per race, reseting you back to the last checkpoint you past. the game will automatically reset you if you go even slightly off the road, i can not tell you how many times i lost a race in the last courner because i went slightly off the road, (i mean literally, in some cases, 1 wheel slightly off the road, reseted me) as well, the game automatically resets you if you "wrecked" your car, which will happen ALOT, most of the guard rails in the game break away, but usually (and for an unknown reason as well) have a solid part somewhere in the middle, which you will hit and total the car. and unlike most other arcade racing games, hitting cars, even slightly, results in wrecking the car, this isn't just a result of bad driving, cops, mobsters, and other racers have pushed me into street posts, other cars, or off cliffs. After awhile the game becomes AGONIZINGLY FRUSTRATING! another thing, the cars all feel strage when you race them, the exhotics (you Lamborghini's, Audi's. and others.) all feel slugish, and severly underpowered. and barely get to 160. as apposed to unrealistic other cars in the game such as a 1969 boss 302 mustang, (which is easily fast than the lambo) will do 195-200 (which is not even possible in real life) this doesn't sound like a big deal, i loved racing muscle cars in this game. but when you racing on a snow covered mountain in an AWD nissan GT-R and your losing to 3 0's elcaminos all going 200 mph..... this is a BS moment in video gaming. its also extremely short, (not counting the hours of resets i had to do) you could easily beat it in 4 hours for the main campaign despite all the hair=pulling frustration, i did find myself coming back and back.... its a good game, just frustraingly hard (from a person who plays dark souls easily....) i would STRONGLY recomend (if you haven't played it already) to buy Forza Horizon, i 15$ for a sealed copy of NFS the run, and horizon could be picked up in the 25-32$ range.... if you can, PAY THE EXTRA, forza horizon is a ALL ROUND better game, better cars, better system, better songs, better everything. if you can pick it up for under 10$ used.... then its a deal, this game wasn't bad by any means, it was just anoyingly hard at points. 2.5/5
I've always liked the idea of the Need for Speed games more than actually playing them. The physics felt off and I never liked the switch to an open world setting. That's why I like The Run. The game is incredibly compelling, what with the looming clock, and it does a great job of making you feel like there's more at stake than just winning the next race. I also like the fact that it's not open world. This may diminish the replayability, but it makes what's there more enjoyable for me. It's hard as heck too, on the hardest difficulty level. The quick time events are kinda lame, though. They could have found a better way to conduct the out of car sections. But for what it is, it's enjoyable. Check it out of you aren't thrilled with open world racing games like me.
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : neuf | Vendu par : abbysales282
Wikipedia: is a racing video game, the 18th title in the long-running Need for Speed franchise, and developed by EA Black Box and published by Electronic Arts. In The Run, players are participating in an "underground world of illicit, high stakes racing," in a race from San Francisco to New York, with stops through Las Vegas, Denver and many other locations, making it the first title in the series to use real locations. The cops aren't the only ones after the player though, as the player "blows across borders, weaves through dense urban traffic, rockets down icy mountain passes and navigates narrow canyons at breakneck speeds." There are over 300 km(186 miles) of track, three times more than Hot Pursuit, making it the biggest Need For Speed game.
4/5 stars. I would definitely recommend this game to a friend
I read mixed reviews for this game, but decided to get it because I needed something new to play. Pros: I have been very impressed with the game so far! Graphics are awesome, tracks are awesome, and the controls are very smooth! Cons: No car customization. Small-ish campaign.