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DescriptionThe Need for Speed series returns, this time reverting back to the 'chase' arcade experience instead of a racing simulation. Top speed racing is the name of the game, where you must outchase not just the opposing drivers, but the cops.
Choose from a selection of today's (and yesterday's) top sports cars, including the Ferrari F50, Porsche 911 and a range from the likes of Ford, Corvette, BMW, Lotus, Mercedes, Aston Martin, the McLaren F1 and a lot more.
The competitive race mode allows you to take on other drivers and beat them to the line. A selection of tracks allows you to not only dodge incoming traffic, but perform deadly jumps and stunts to receive points. These points, combined with the points recieved from your finishing position, can unlock new cars and tracks.
The Hot Pursuit mode combines all the major elements of the competitive mode with the chance to out run the cops. They will throw everything at you to try and stop you, including running you off the road, setting up road blocks and unleashing an attack helicopter equiped with missiles. Three busts by the cops ends the race.
- "极品飞车：闪电追踪2" -- Chinese spelling (simplified)
- "Need for Speed: מרדף לוהט 2" -- Hebrew spelling
- "Need for Speed: Poursuite Infernale 2" -- French title
Part of the Following Groups
- Automobile: Aston Martin Vanquish
- Automobile: Ferrari 360
- Automobile: Ferrari 550
- Automobile: Ferrari F50
- Automobile: Lamborghini Diablo
- Automobile: Lamborghini Murciélago
- Automobile: Lotus Elise
- Automobile: McLaren F1
- Automobile: Mercedes-Benz CLK GTR
- Automobile: Porsche 911
- Automobile: Porsche Carrera GT
- Need for Speed series
- PlayStation 2 Greatest Hits releases
|Adrenaline-soaked racing...||PlayStation 2||silentgreen (8)|
|A boring arcade||Windows||Paranoid Opressor (167)|
|The last true Need For Speed game||Windows||Steve Hall (322)|
|Same episode, only the cast got more glamorous.||Windows||SifouNaS (1317)|
|Truly awful||PlayStation 2||bob pitbull (26)|
|I feel like I'm driving. No, I mean that.||PlayStation 2||alex block (3)|
The Press Says
|Gaming Target||PlayStation 2||Oct 10, 2002||9.6 out of 10||96|
|GamersMark||PlayStation 2||Oct 10, 2002||9.4 out of 10||94|
|Gaming Age||PlayStation 2||Oct 04, 2004||A-||91|
|IGN||PlayStation 2||Oct 03, 2002||9 out of 10||90|
|Gaming Target||Xbox||Apr 10, 2003||8.7 out of 10||87|
|PC Gameplay (Benelux)||Windows||Nov, 2002||87 out of 100||87|
|Game Captain||Windows||Nov 05, 2002||82 out of 100||82|
|HonestGamers||PlayStation 2||Oct 12, 2002||8 out of 10||80|
|GameSpot||GameCube||Oct 07, 2002||7.2 out of 10||72|
|Jeuxvideo.com||PlayStation 2||Oct 24, 2002||14 out of 20||70|
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Version differencesThe PC, Xbox and GameCube versions are much more limited in comparison with PS2 version which was developed by Black Box Games instead of EA Seattle.
- 2002 – PC Racing Game of the Year (Readers' Choice)
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PlayStation 2 Credits
Arn, Andrew Chang, Euan Forrester, Brian Green, Philip Ibis, Tristan Grimmer, Jeff Johnston, Chris Lippmann, Colin O'Connor, Leonard J. Paul, Jim Randall, Chris Robertson, Martin SikesAdditional Programming:
Stéphane Alberola, Brendan Cohoe, Darren Gough, Wesley Holder, Greg Ipp, Martin Konopa, Li Lao, Wayne Leung