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What Need for Speed Underground does for the rice-rocket set, 1080
Avalanche will do for fans of snow-sport racing.You can't beat it's
cornea-stripping sense of speed.The streaking blur lines, shaking
screen, and rumbling controller all come together to make you think,
"Oh snap, I better slow down or I'm gonna die".Don't worry about that,
though.The well-designed courses encourage you to tuck and rocket all
the way down, with easy-access shortcuts that you won't have to let off
the accelerator to nail. Most of the modes work around this
all-or-nothing philosophy.Take a second to check out your surroundings,
and you won't win the versus-CPU race or get the qualifying times in
Gate Challenge(though you can take it easy in the inappropriately named
Time Trial and look for hidden gold coins).
The Best: Lots of shortcuts and incredible sense of speed.
The Worst: Few courses
Bye, Bye, Wavebird: Use the normal controller and feel the rumble.
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