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Need for Speed: ProStreet (PlayStation 2)

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Written by  :  Jeremy Petho (290)
Written on  :  Aug 11, 2011
Platform  :  PlayStation 2
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Summary

Should not have been released on PS2

The Good

I am a big NFS fan, and ProStreet is one of my favourites. I love the idea of modifying a wide range of cars, from low end to high end, and racing them. There are also some of my favourite cars, including an AE86 Corolla and a 1969 Dodge Charger, and many other nice cars in the Tuner, Muscle and Exotic catergories. Customising is fun, because you can choose to colour different panels and parts on the car, put stickers wherever you want. It is also fun to choose the different performance modifications and then tune them to get better power and handling.

The Bad

This game is almost unplayable on PS2. The graphics are terrible and the frame rate is slow. Some things can not be done properly, like warming up the tires before a drag race, and it is near impossible to add detail to the car. Custimising will also take a very long time to choose what to add to your car, so you are better off not visually customising the car.

The Bottom Line

This is a great game, just make sure you do not get the PS2 version