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Need for Speed: Underground 2 (2004)

The player races around in his Nissan Skyline GT-R over Olympic City . Then he arrives with key to Nissan 350z witch is waiting for him outside airport.
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Nikki Morris (voice)
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Rachel Teller (voice) (as Brooke Burke)
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The player races around in his Nissan Skyline GT-R over Olympic City . Then he arrives with key to Nissan 350z witch is waiting for him outside airport.

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The game is dedicated to the memory of a man named Brad Lawless. Not only is there a dedication to him in the credits, there is also a memorial to him in Pigeon Park in the Beacon Hill area. See more »

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Follows Need for Speed: High Stakes (1999) See more »

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I Need Speed
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Need for gameplay enhancement 2
31 May 2005 | by See all my reviews

Whilst undoubtedly fun to play for a short time, this game rapidly becomes dull in the extreme. There are only a few different types of events to enter and the obligatory "car upgrade" ideas are also kind of dull. In short, a console game that wasn't improved when it was ported to the PC, with limited gameplay options.

I suppose if you are a car freak then its much more entertaining but I'm not, so this also became more than a little dull.

Good things: A real sense of speed and action. The cars appear to handle quite realistically. Its fun with a steering wheel and foot-pedals.

Bad things: The cars are indestructible. Some of the simplest tactics involve running competitors off the road and torpedoing around corners without slowing down because you "bounce" off the scenery. The way you can replay races endlessly until you win them is also lame.

Summary: Fun for a little while, but lack of gameplay depth quickly bores you to tears and there aren't even any pedestrians or small, furry pets to squash to keep you amused.


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