Need For Speed No Limits Review, Gameplay, Pros / Cons and Video
The first original NFS game
from EA is here. Need For Speed Limits is here to take you to another great world of street racing. Don`t forget that this was the game that started it all. And now let’s take a look at this brand new arcade street racing.
This edition of Need For Speed
has very little in the way of a story. It’s alright though; instead of a hamfisted attempt at providing motivation to race, No Limits introduces you to the premise with a series of generic characters then lets you get racing. I know no story might not sound like a positive, but after seeing the cringe-inducing attempts some racing games have made in the past
There are 30 licensed vehicles
that appear, and each of them has upgradable parts and customization options. No Limits really looks great. For an analog, I’d say the graphics are definitely approaching or matching early PlayStation 3/Xbox 360 games. And don’t forget that you are playing on a mobile device!
The racing in Need for Speed: No Limits
is something that you have to get used to. I mean for example the acceleration is automatic. That means that your car is always pedal to the metal. It sounds crazy, but this is making the game looks more dynamic than ever. It is fast-paced and very fun.
There are several different types of races
There’s a regular start-to-finish competitive time in which you’re facing off against rival drivers. Some races will make you race the clock in a time trial, or drive down strips or make jumps to fill your nitrous against another car.
You can also get crates
And in them, you will be able to get more money, parts, and cars. The pay to win factor is his minimum. You can progress through the game pretty well if you have the patience to play. Your gas tank refills every time when you level up. I am not gonna lie sometimes you will have to wait but that’s something that you can live it. Google playApple store