Need for Speed: Nitro (Wii) - £14.00 Amazon inc P&P

Need for Speed: Nitro (Wii) - £14.00 Amazon inc P&P

Found 29th Jan 2010
Need for Speed Nitro lays some great groundwork as a new series on Wii. This first outing isnt perfect, lacking some sort of first-person bumper or cockpit camera option, some spotty drift controls, and a generally thin list of locales, but it also swings for the fences during its first outing. The whole paint the city vibe is interesting, though downplayed overall, the car editor is hands-down amazing and the highlight of the package, and the sense of speed (complete with 60 frames per second) is insane. Nitro is a blast despite its faults, and brings some simply awesome concepts to the table. If youre a racing fan, this is the first NFS experience thats actually worth the cash on Wii. With that being said, theres so much more thats possible within the Nitro world, and hopefully EA puts in the wrench time needed to capitalize on its potential.

Product Features
Own the World When youre in first place, the walls of the city become covered with your graphic style. Now everyone knows that youre the one leading the pack.
Pick Your Ride The style and spirit of the game are rooted in car culture, with 30 classic and modern licensed cars including muscles, exotics, tuners, and more.
Battle to the Finish Line Increase other racers heat levels to sick the cops on them, manage car damage to maintain maximum speed, and build up nitro with skilled driving to take the lead. The race is never over until you cross the finish line!
Extreme Customisation Trick out your cars appearance using an incredibly deep yet intuitive customization system unlike anything seen on the Wii. Never before in a Need for Speed game have you had this much control over the look of your ride.
Coop World Tour Campaign Take part in illegal street races across five cities to unlock new cars, parts, tracks, and challenges. Up to three players can also join you to play cooperatively. Plus, race on 15 tracks featuring traffic, jumps, canyons, and events.
Nitro-Charged Multiplayer Up to four players can take part in intense races across seven race modes: Race, Team Race, Eliminator, Drag Race, Speed Cameras Challenge, Drift Challenge, and Time Attack Challenge.


This got mixed reviews, for those who own it what do you think?

I mainly play on Burnout 2 for the gamecube on the wii for my racing fix.

Original Poster

I think it's quite good, it's not gonna be any GT or Forza but it's a good solid racing game that has a excellent focus on speed, and the game flies, it's eye blistering at points that you colours bleed together and your so busy just trying to head in the right direction than look at anything else.

It does remind me of a less futuristic F-Zero which I am hoping will come along soon.....
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