• alex-roy-bristol - October 3, 2012 1:17 p.m.

    Is there REALLY that big of a demand for people seeing other people die!? Cmoon now yugaies...
  • JarkayColt - October 3, 2012 2:31 p.m.

    After reading this I'm actually slightly more intrigued by this game now. Paradise was basically my first Burnout game and I loved it to bits, but the last NFS I played was Underground 2, which I also liked, but obviously I passed on Hot Pursuit since I was out of touch with the series, waiting for a new Burnout, but I think I'm resigned to the fact there'll never be one and this is Criterion's new "thing" now. The only thing putting me off seems to be the emphasis on police chases, which I usually find a bit dull (repetitive and intrusive).
  • yakmicjan - October 3, 2012 4:41 p.m.

    is there 2 player split screen gameplay? non of the recent criterion games have split screen and that sucks!
  • doominatorx6 - October 3, 2012 9:15 p.m.

    It looks promising enough, but it's certainly NOT Most Wanted. But hey, maybe it's not trying to be. Then again, Hot Pursuit was more like a Burnout game than an NFS game, so it's fitting that this one's referred to as Need for Speed: Burnout Paradise 2. Er... by me, anyway. Plus, it's not Most Wanted unless it has those hokey live-action scenes again. And PUT DRIVERS IN THE CARS. That "ghost driver" nonsense in Burnout Paradise was just stupid.
  • JeepJeep - October 4, 2012 10:22 a.m.

    Wow! Really? There are negative comments about N4S after hot pursuit? Seriously that game was sweet! As for the question of why I'm excited about the game? Loved so many N4S games, just can't wait to get my hands on this, it looks and sounds brilliant!
  • Rub3z - October 5, 2012 12:22 a.m.

    I'm looking at that last picture, just thinking, hoping for a return of the Dreamshot feature in Hot Pursuit. Granted, not that many people used it, but it was very robust and it was there, and (as the name implies) the resulting in-game photos from it did look dream-like or absolutely stunning. The detail and shimmer on the licensed vehicles was just fantastic. The damn things just seemed to glow. Also, it really needs that female voice to tell me about the history or features of the cars while I'm browsing them, watching pornographic slow pans over the curves of the cars. That was arguably the most kickass features of Hot Pursuit... next to the racing, of course.

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