Need For Speed: Most Wanted for Wii U comes complete with full online play, the connected, open world city of Fairhaven and of course the hot cars and intense cop chases that made Most Wanted 2012’s driving game of the year. For Wii U, we’ve pimped it in five key areas to create the definitive Most Wanted.
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Need For Speed: Most Wanted is an essential purchase for the Wii U, the game tests you as a driver to the maximum and is unforgiving for mistakes but rewards you for showing skill. The graphics are fantastic as is the soundtrack and there are so many cars to choose from. I highly recommend this and if you have friends with a Wii U too then the Autolog and multiplayer add another very enjoyable layer to this great game!
Need For Speed: Most Wanted is a great game, it's loads of fun and the Wii U control pad adds to the feature list. No doubt the best console port of the game which boasts sharp visuals (some assets are even lifted from the PC version) and steady frame rate. It's worth the money I spent on it.
Need For Speed: Most Wanted gives a lot of pleasure. The graphics are very detailed especially on the Wii U and it really shows what this console is capable of. It's not an ultra realistic simulator, but for sheer hop in and have a blast of a time, then I would highly recommend it. This is a personal preference, but I totally dislike the external behind the car view. I find it almost impossible to control the car. However, it does have a view from the front which is better. I have dropped a star rating because of the lack of cockpit view. Apart from that it's an excellent game.
Need For Speed: Most Wanted is an excellent game. I'm quite happy I purchased it. It's the most "serious" racing game currently available on WiiU, and it's excellent to boot. A well recommended purchase for every Wii U owner or fan of racing games. It's the best version of the game too, which helps a lot. Looking to buy it? Make it on Wii U, not the other versions which are definitely inferior.
Need For Speed: Most Wanted is lots of fun so far, and I have not even touched the multi-player/online. They have actually made use of the Wii U Gamepad in the game so a second player can assist, or you can use it to display your map. Also, you can play the game off the TV, directly on the Gamepad. It has amazing graphics and is lots of fun going around the city to try and find all the cars. I would recommend it to all who like great arcade style racing games.
Need For Speed: Most Wanted on the Wii U is the best looking and smoothest version of this game that you'll find on any console. It also has the ability to put the screen on the Wii U controller pad to great use if the game is being played on the TV. So far so good. It's a shame though that so much effort has been put into making the game look good and run smoothly, but so little effort has been made to make the game playable. It's a personal hate of mine in games such as this when you are not so much fighting the car to make it perform as you want, as fighting the control system that's been used. Steering in the game is not "analogue" but instead seems to be quasi-digital "LL-L-X-R-RR", and unless you remap the throttle to one of the sticks you are left with on/off acceleration and breaking. Sure the game is playable, but it's neither natural or intuitive.