Need for Speed: Most Wanted is a racing game that was originally released in 2000 for PlayStation, PC, and MS-DOS. The game established a new concept in video game storytelling and received widespread critical acclaim. It was re-released for Sony's Playstation Portable on September, 2008, and on PC via Steam on February 2010. It uses a new game engine and is available only for Sony PSP and PS3 systems. This Need for Speed game provides a new and innovative racing experience, where players take on the role of Most Wanted, using disguises and fleeing the police to escape the cops.
Need for Speed: Most Wanted is a racing video game with a strong focus on police chases. The game is a spin-off of the Most Wanted video game series and was developed by Black Box Games with assistance from Criterion Studios and published by Electronic Arts. Released in 2000 for the PlayStation, MCNPC, and PC, Need for Speed Most Wanted was widely influential, serving as the catalyst for a growing trend for fast-paced racing games. The game focuses on the pursuit of a fictional character, Most Wanted, with the intent of capturing the player. The player leads the criminal career of Most Wanted for a year, in which police chases and nodal pursuit distractions are the primary gameplay mechanic.
Need for speed 3 is a racing game that was developed by EA Black Box. It was released for the PS3 and Xbox 360 in October 2010 and published in Europe by Koch Media, and in North America by Electronic Arts, in October 2012. Need for Speed 3 attempts to mix the realistic atmosphere of previous installments with open-world environments, gameplay rounds, and an emphasis on racing and car customization. The story follows hoodlum Dom Toretto, who takes a crew of rivals on a series of street races. Toretto, the son of a high-ranking member of the Italian mob, was driven from his career as a crime lord due to his cutthroat behaviour, and he enters the races to avenge his fallen friends and to win. 7211a4ac4a