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    How the Need For Speed Series should change?

    I just wanted to know what people think the direction of the need for speed series needs to go. I never played most wanted, I rented carbon (still have it) and its pretty good. The only thing that I dont like about it is( and i know its the kind of game it is) but maybe not make it so much driving all the time. Throw in some walking and stuff, i dunno. Not really grand theft auto, but similar stuff. Keep the driving and racing just throw in some of that stuff. I cant really see them continuing on with the same stuff, so there bound to change it up. What do you think?

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    I hate the way NFS cars control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MetroidZ
    I hate the way NFS cars control.
    thats y they are designed to customize to ur own type of handling, and each type of car has different handling

    yeah i agree there should be some walking around or some stuff like that

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    The entire NFS line is my favourite type of racing game out. I own even the same version of NFS on multiple platforms, they play different on each different system. But... I think they need to start listening to us, the consumers as to what cars to put into the games. We want to be able to customize own very own daily drivers, why not right? If we can't afford to mod our own pride and joy, why not digitally in a great racing game?! I'd like to see the Wii take on downloadable cars to the racing games, rather than being stuck with a certain set of cars and special unlockable cars, but a set of downloadable cars. Not just skins to look like the car you want, but the ability to have each car's 'performance rating' and feeling somewhat realistic in the game, like they've seemed to be successful with in the past.
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    I agree with the whole walking thing. Well, they really did change it up in NFS: Carbon with the autosculpt feature. I recently unlocked the crew member that enables you to use this feature. I have to say that it's really cool. You usually don't really pay attention to every single detail of every body part on your car while you're racing, but when you are viewing your cars, it's really cool knowing that you customized the body parts yourself.

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