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‘Need For Speed Most Wanted’ Should Be A Highly Sought After Experience On The Wii U

‘Need For Speed Most Wanted’ Should Be A Highly Sought After Experience On The Wii U


Need for Speed Most Wanted Should Be A Highly Sought After Experience on the Wii U

Need for Speed Most Wanted enlists us in a competition to become the city’s most wanted driver. I experienced a great deal of fun and excitement in my own pursuit of the top position on the leaderboard. Playing both the 360 and Vita versions, I got to enjoy the offering from two different perspectives and I must say that no matter which console you play on it’ll always be an intense time to become the most wanted driver.

Now, it’s time to become the most wanted driver on the Nintendo Wii U. The Wii U version of Need for Speed Most Wanted is set to release on March 19th and if you haven’t played it, this will be your perfect opportunity to do so. The Wii U version will include additional exclusive features for you to enjoy. Get ready to take on the city’s best drivers and outrun, outmaneuver, and outsmart the cops. Need for Speed Most Wanted delivers you extreme racing moments and it’s always fun to exceed past the biggest obstacle that the cops have to offer. Let me tell you, it’s always exciting when you have a police chase that’s gone for well over 10 minutes and you are still on the run.

Need for Speed Most Wanted brings the wide open city straight to your GamePad. One of my few complaints about the game was with the menu selection process. However, with the use of the GamePad, this looks to be a much easier process for navigating the menus. You’ll also be able to change mods, switch cars, keep track of milestones and find hidden gems, all with ease, on the GamePad. Another interesting feature with the Wii U is local co-driver capability where one person will use a wiimote or pro controller to drive the vehicle and the other person will use the GamePad to provide navigation and other tactical options on a fully interactive real-time map.

“Using just their fingertips, a partner can distract pursuing cops, switch from night to day or activate enhanced performance for any car and even control the amount of traffic on the road. This is the ultimate advantage for gamers who like to stir up trouble for the cops, their friends or just for fun.”

Need for Speed Most Wanted dishes out great arcade racing for both single and multiplayer modes. This is a great game to have on the Wii U with its big jumps and high speeds that you can challenge your friends to. It also includes the ultimate speed pack that features five of the fastest cars available.

“McLaren’s F1 LM, Lamborghini’s minimalist artwork, the Aventador J, the track-focused Pagani Zonda R, Bugatti’s reigning world speed champion, the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse and Hennessey’s savage 275 mile-an-hour ragtop beast, the Venom GT Spyder.”

Need for Speed Most Wanted does an excellent job of keeping track of all stats in all locations and lets you know where you stand on each individual competition. Should your top time fall, it will make you aware of it so that you can challenge the new time in order to reclaim your position. Outside of just the fun and competition of the leaderboards, you will also have enjoyable online multiplayer modes for you to partake in and keep you busy for quite a long time.

Get ready to dominate your friends on the Wii U leaderboards and show them who truly is the most wanted.

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Andrew Stevens Andrew Stevens is a Guest Editor at FanBolt for Gaming and Technology. He has over 8 years of experience working within the gaming industry which includes time at Bethesda Softworks. His unique view of the industry and passion for gaming can be found within each one of his editorials. Andrew also loves PC gaming and enjoys tinkering with new hardware. He also can’t get enough speed when it comes to racing games and doesn’t mind navigating through swarms of bullets in any shmup. He considers Rez as the greatest game ever. Andrew's opinions are his own and do not reflect the opinions of his place of employment.



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