Need For Speed Most Wanted Escapes To Google Play

October 30, 2012 - Written By Justin Diaz

 

EA games has been making quite a stir the last year or so with major titles on the android platform. Maybe someone over there heard the peoples cry and made something happen. The newest to drop a bomb on our gaming minded users is EA’s Need For Speed Most Wanted, the popular racing title that actually hit consoles today as well. Most of you might be familiar with some of EA’s racing games, I mean hell they have been around forever and there are so many of them you had to have played at least one. Need For Speed Most Wanted looks to be pretty promising not only in the graphics department but also in game play.

I just may have to check this game out immediately so I can see how the mechanics and controls play out. One thing is for sure, if you are going to run and pick this up, do yourself a favor and read through the reviews and descriptions about the compatibility of the game. You wouldn’t want to be stuck paying $7 for something that doesn’t play very well on your device now would you? Not to mention, you don’t want to be that person that didn’t read about the incompatibility of his or her device and then slams the game for it. No one likes those people. don’t be those people.

Need For Speed Most Wanted has a fairly impressive list of in game features that I’m sure will be popular with old fans and new comers alike. It highlights some of the world’s most exotic and exciting vehicles to drive and flee the scene with, over 35 to choose from and customize like the Porsche 911 carerra S, Hummer H1 Alpha, and SRT Viper GTS. Racing games from EA have always been synonymous with mods as well. Yep, this game will have that so not to worry modders. In addition to the top of the line graphics and sweet music tracks, high energy game play and cars some of us could only dream of driving in real life, you can log into origin for some cross platform features and see who is the most wanted among your friends and other platforms. That social feature gives this game a competitive factor that could really kick off its popularity. What do you guys think? Is this a game that is Must have? Any racing junkies out there or are you guys against EA?