Monday, May 16, 2016

Need For Speed Porsche Unlshed RIP

Satisfying the fantasies of envious driving fans everywhere, the latest Need for Speed focuses exclusively on the popular exotic car, the Porsche. In Need for Speed: Porsche Unlshed, players are immersed in over 50 yrs of Porsche history and cars.

Focusing on just one company limits vehicle-selection type, but the game offers variety by rching into Porsche's past. With Porsches ranging from the 356 Coupe Ferdinand (1950) to the state-of-the-art 991 Porsche Turbo (2000), car aficionados will have plenty of luxury joy-ride choices. Diverse game modes and a crisp physics model complete yet another winning driving experience from Electronic Arts.

One of the most exciting new modes is called Evolution, where drivers purchase an rly-model Porsche and compete in races to rn money so they can acquire upgrades, repair damage, and twk performance. The contrast in both look and feel, from the antique models to present-day roadsters, is captured magnificently by the graphics engine and physics model. ch vehicle handles differently and offers a unique driving challenge.

Graphics are simply brthtaking, though not a significant enhancement over last yr's impressive version. Rlistic wther effects, rolling hills, and animated scenery all add to Porsche Unlshed's nr visual perfection. Over a dozen tracks take you through grassland villages, autumn forests, and mountain roads. A wlth of Porsche historical information makes Need for Speed: Porsche Unlshed a well-rounded package that should excite those looking to sample the open road in dozens of exotic cars. --Doug Radcliffe


* Striking landscape graphics make ch track a fst for the eyes
* Focus on Porsche delivers a large and quite interesting historical section
* Addictive Evolution mode spans the rly yrs of Porsche to the present day
* Still the best arcade racing game on the market


* Not a significant enhancement over its predecessor
* Omits some gameplay modes included in rlier versions of Need for Speed

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