Need For Speed Hot Pursuit

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Need For Speed Hot Pursuit

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  • Four cities based on the real world locations Chongqing, Dubai, Rio de Janeiro and Las Vegas, with 20 tracks located there
  • Become the best driver on the streets by competing in races, evading cops and earning bounty
  • Six event types including Hot Pursuit, Eliminator, and the flat-out insanity Rush Hour mode which has the player racing against 99 other racers
  • Enhance the intensity of the pursuit with eight unique Supe-Up power-up options which players can pick up and use in races to improve their vehicle’s performance or to hinder opponents
  • Experience the thrill of driving 33 of the world’s most desirable high performance cars at incredible speeds

In Need for Speed Hot Pursuit, gamers will race the open world across the real world inspired cities of Chongqing, Dubai, Rio de Janeiro and Las Vegas. Players must battle it out until the finish line to prove their racing skills and earn bounty to become the most notorious street racer. Of course, as the player’s bounty increases, the cop AI adds to the mayhem as they set up road blockades and engage in adrenaline-fueled high-speed pursuits in an attempt to take out the racers. Player’s can further amp up the intensity by battling up-to-four friends via split screen. Whether it’s with the Wii remote, nunchuck, the classic controller or the Gamecube controller, Need for Speed Hot Pursuit lets gamers race it their way. All this combined with fresh modes and tracks make Need for Speed Hot Pursuit one of the most exciting, heart-pounding arcade racers for the Wii.

Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit is a high energy racing game that brings the thrill of racing, and chasing to Wii like no game before it. The game allows players to experience 20 unique tracks patterned after real international locations, while driving 33 of the world’s most desirable high-performance cars at incredible speeds. Using power-ups spread throughout six different race event types players build their racing careers to become the ultimate force behind the wheel. Additional features include: four-player split-screen support and multiple Wii compatible controller support.

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A Revolutionary Addition to the NFS Franchise

Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit for Wii thrusts players into the thrill of the chase as they evade cops and takeout opponents at 150 mph. In this fast-paced play environment gamers will race the open world across the real world inspired cities of Chongqing, Dubai, Rio de Janeiro and Las Vegas. Players must battle it out until the finish line to prove their racing skills and earn bounty to become the most notorious street racer.

Of course, as the player’s bounty increases, the cop AI adds to the mayhem as they set up road blockades and engage in adrenaline-fueled high-speed pursuits in an attempt to take out the racers. Player’s can further amp up the intensity by battling up-to-four friends via split screen action. Whether it’s with the Wii remote, Nunchuk, the classic controller or the Gamecube controller, Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit lets gamers race it their way. All this combined with fresh modes and tracks make Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit one of the most exciting, heart-pounding arcade racers for the Wii.

Key Game Features
  • Career and Event Types – Become the best driver on the streets by competing in races, evading cops and earning bounty. The better you perform, the more bounty you achieve which can be used to purchase and upgrade cars. There are six event types including Hot Pursuit, Eliminator, and the flat-out insanity Rush Hour mode which has the player racing against 99 other racers.
  • Supe-Ups – Enhance the intensity of the pursuit with eight unique Supe-Up power-up options which players can pick up and use in races to improve their vehicle’s performance or to hinder opponents. These include Cruise Control, Tank, Soundwave, Boost, Repair, Deflect the Heat and Jammer.
  • Cars and Tracks – In Hot Pursuit, the cars go from hot to hotter. Experience the thrill of driving 33 of the world’s most desirable high performance cars at incredible speeds. Feel the power of outsmarting the law in high performance supercars like the Bugatti Veyron, Lamborghini Gallardo and McLaren MP4-12C.
  • Race the Open World – Race the open world of four cities based on the real world locations real world locations Chongqing, Dubai, Rio de Janeiro and Las Vegas. There are 20 unique tracks based in these cities with each city also being available as an open world for boss battles.

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Taking the lead with a power-up in Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit for Wii

6 diverse event types.
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4-player split-screen in Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit for Wii

4-player split-screen support.
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Accelerating from the back of the pack in Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit for Wii

A wealth of power-ups.
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Racer being chased in Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit for Wii

Avoid the cops at all costs.
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  1. 22 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    very disappointed, November 17, 2010
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    wgh

    = Fun:2.0 out of 5 stars 
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    It looks like they spend 99% of there time to develop a nice youtube trailer. But forgot about the
    game itself. Even the previous version of NFS is much better in game-play and graphics. Don’t buy this game!!
    Well you can buy mine 😉

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  2. 32 of 38 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Needed Extra Speed, November 19, 2010
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    Michael Kerner “Michael Kerner” (Brooklyn, New York U.S.A.) –
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    = Fun:3.0 out of 5 stars 
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    When it has came down racing games, there have been few and far between that’ve been said to deliver for the Wii. The most definitive has been Mario Kart Wii, because of the way it has changed gamers to not only deliver, but thrive as racers. But with one that is very definitive for a system, there is always one that does show that it needs improvement. That has been the case with the Need For Speed franchise. The games haven’t always been as strong as they were when they were out for the Nintendo Gamecube era like Need For Speed: Underground 1 & 2, and the Need For Speed: Most Wanted days. But, it has really been very hard to see a Need For Speed game really shine for the Nintendo Wii. With the past ones like Need For Speed Carbon, and Need For Speed: Pro Street. Now, they have decided to back to its P.C. roots with a new version of Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit. But is this pursuit worth the bounty? Well, yes and no.

    Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit for the Nintendo Wii, tries to deliver a strong and extremely hard-hitting race to the finish, while avoiding the heat of the cops while trying to cross the finish line. You do have strong and challenging races to master against others in classic challenges like Hot Pursuit mode, and new challenging Rush Hour game, where you are competeing to race your way to the head of the pack, in a 100 car race to make it to the top. The graphics in the game though could’ve been a lot more to shine upon, and the control on the Wii Wheel, and the Nunchuck & Wii-mote could’ve been more, but the control handles better with the Classic Controller, or Nintendo’s Gamecube controller. The sound of the game also could’ve shined more with fist-pumping jams and more feedback from the police, as you’re trying to race. There also could’ve been more challenges to play with in the heat of the chase.

    All in all, Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit for the Wii isn’t a bad game, but it just could’ve been a bit more to race with. While I do like the game, I really was hoping there just was a bit more to master as you become the most wanted in game. While it isn’t bad as a try for those whom have never played Need For Speed games on the P.C. or the video game systems, you really could’ve expected more heat. I really hope there is still is a better one down the road for Wii gamers, so can feel the chase a bit more to the extremes.

    Graphics: B-

    Sound: C+

    Control: C for Wii Wheel; C+ Wii-Mote & Nunchuck ; B for Classic Controller & Gamecube controller

    Fun & Enjoyment: B-

    Overall: C+

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