Friday, 18 July 2014

Game Review: Need for Speed Rivals

NFS Rivals is a game that was developed by Ghost games. It features a combination of hot pursuit's cops-versus-racer and the Most Wanted's freeform gameplay. Rivals' setting is in the fictional Redview County that has the most diverse geography one can imagine of. It allows you to take the car in lurched vineyards and parched deserts, snowy mountain passes as well as upmarket seaside promenades. It is a game that provides you with a different pace if you had a chance to experience the Most Wanted's urban sprawl.

NFS Rivals is without doubt a very addictive game. Every career is divided into chapters and every chapter allows you to move through the cop or racer ranks by completing several to do list of objectives. But it is also a tradeoff since the Redview's winding roads allow you to have some truly operatic chases that go on for many miles. The roads are best suited for drifting as well as pushing fast cars to their limits, for instance Hot Pursuit, rather than hiding like it is done in the Most Wanted.
Every stretch of the road has its own challenges, including time trials and standard races, different cars to shut down as well as records to smash. It is a fantastically pretty game that can be played on your PC or next-gen console. The cars look really brilliant, close to photorealistic. Weather effects are also impressive. Sun, rain, snow and the time of the day usually have an effect on the look of the game. The game will be more fun once you get master its weapons, unlock more of its cars and also become well acquainted with the map. The garage has many high-powered cars ranging from Ferraris to Aston Martins. Handling them is fun, accessible and responsive. Even if you are a newcomer, you can still be able to slide tight corners with just a little practice.

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