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Need for Speed: ProStreet (PC DVD)

Platform : Windows XP
3.0 out of 5 stars 38 customer reviews

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Game Information

  • Platform:   Windows XP
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B000RO7BZG
  • Item Weight: 227 g
  • Release Date: 23 Nov. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 20,977 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Product Description

  • From the Show to the Go - At the forefront of the shift in car culture to performance racing.
  • Real Street Racing Locations - 7 licensed tracks, 5 real world inspired street racing locations, 90+ track variations in total.
  • Performance Customisation - Visual customisation affects performance. Includes unique cross platform online offering.
  • Realistic Racing - Damage with consequences, believable physics and smoke.

Manufacturer's Description

Need for Speed ProStreet boasts impeccable precision and impressively detailed photo-realistic graphics, effectively transporting you to the center of the action. It pushes the “Autosculpt” technology to a new level, allowing you to directly impact your car’s performance for the first time as well as personalize its appearance. Need for Speed ProStreet is a true taste of raw adrenaline and racing with consequences. Every dent, every scratch and every crumpled body panel is a battle scar, proof of your commitment and competitive mettle. With an aggressive and skilled AI system, you become immersed in an unmatched believable race experience. Add in a revolutionary online mode that will redefine the meaning of competitive social play, and Need for Speed ProStreet is the ultimate formula for an emotionally charged street racing showdown.


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Having loved NFS Most Wanted only to be disappointed by Carbon, I was hoping ProStreet would re-engage me. Sadly things have just deteriorated further. Although currently unreleased here, ProStreet is out in the USA and I've managed to get hold of a copy. Graphically, the game is stunning on maximum detail. The selection of cars and their customisation options are also hard to fault. However, ProStreet is ruined by the vehicle handling. EA have attempted to make this more realistic compared to Most Wanted or Carbon, but their efforts have failed dismally. The result is no matter what racing disciple or car, you feel as though you're driving a 20 ton barge through river of treacle. I have played many driving games, and know what to expect from ultra-realistic simulations through to arcade smash-ups. ProStreet manages to avoid either category and provide a simply awful compromise. Whether using my Logitech Momo wheel, or Sidewinder pad - the driving agony remains, and does so in any difficulty setting. I don't know how these terrible handling physics managed to make it to the retail game, but someone at EA needs to be fired. The internet is littered with similarly negative reviews and you can experience the awfulness for yourself by downloading the demo. Even as a NFS enthusiast and racing game addict, i just can't recommend ProStreet.
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I've always been an avid NFS fan, and have owned all of them from when they began. Most Wanted was, in my opinion, the best one, Carbon was above average, but I think EA have made a serious error in this one.

When the intro screen came in and said "Lets keep racing off the streets", I thought, I wonder if they'll employ that in the game... and indeed they did. There is no street racing, you are constantly confined to boring and monotonous tournament race days which become repetitive after a couple of hours. The racing is solid, realistic, but unexciting.

The essence of NFS has been sapped out of this game, no police chases, no street racing. On the good side, the game looks good (even though the environments you race in are VERY limited), there are alot of cars which look fantastic, and what you can do to them is endless, with very accurate optional upgrades. But that's about it.

This game shows how much potential disappointment can exist in the genre. The cover looks great, the adverts looked amazing and made you want to go and buy it, but the outcome is shocking. For someone who has made racing games for years, I would expect more than this. Don't buy it, you'll be disappointed.
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It is bad from start to finish.

How many times do you need to click continue to get it going?
The menus are bizarre.
The game play is awful.
The steering is dead, the car will not turn.
Where is the street in Pro Street?

I have most of the NFS series and this one is a lemon.
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Honestly, I am shocked. I have read all the negative reviews and now feel compelled to write my own, which is that of a racing pc game fan who LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVES NFS Prostreet with great enthusiasm.

Graphics -- cars and tracks -- are superb, colorful and varied, though all racing venues have a similar feel that goes with the pro street racing style. I even love the announcer who adds to the street racing atmosphere and entertaining value of the game, which is truly unique and exceptional to be sure, from my point of view. Game play so far has been smooth, satisfactory and intuitive with rare disruptions ("program stopped responding" or hard freeze) that are probably less game-related than Vista- or video driver-related.

All in all, I rate this game very highly, on par with other marvels like Test Drive Unlimited and Dirt. If you like racing games, this one is a must with its different racing styles that I find immensely enjoyable. But beware, as for the two other game titles just mentioned and praised, this one needs a powerful rig to run beautifully and effectively at high settings.

Get it and please don't blame me if you become addicted and forget to go to work.

All the best!
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I bought this game as a huge fan of Need for Speed: Carbon, but was very disappointed. Although the game runs fine on my old single core 3.2Ghz, 3Gb RAM, Radeon 1650, and looks nice, the storyline is less than waferthin and it's not alway very clear what you're supposed to be doing. The upgrading procedure for your car isn't always obvious - in Carbon, you knew when you started to get beaten in races that you had to upgrade or buy a new car, but in Pro Street, it doesn't seem that intuitive.

It's a nice touch that the visual modifications are free, but you have to unlock the highest grade parts which you need to really beat the game, and you can't always guarantee that you'll unlock them because of the random rewards system at the end of each race. The point system used for scoring is also frustrating - you can come first in each race on a race day, but still not dominate it to get the higher rewards, which seems counter-intuitive.

The cars handle ok, and they do seem to respond differently depending on the upgrades you get. The drag racing is a nice touch, and the speed challenge where you try to get through the race and maintain as high a speed as possible over a long period of time, is particularly nerve-wracking.

The race order is a bit annoying as well - in the middle, you seem to have to repeat races. At the end, you also have to do three race days of the same race in order to challenge the 'king' of that kind of race. I do like a good race, but doing three drifts per race, for example, six races per race day, three race days and then nine to challenge the drift king is really monotonous - that's over fifty drift races in a row to beat him.
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