Need For Speed Carbon

  • Need For Speed Carbon
72
Based on 14 scores, 16 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    1
  • Good:
    6
  • Average:
    4
  • Bad:
    3

Pros:

  • Innovative gameplay.
  • Good presentation.
  • Unlimited customizations.

Cons:

  • Can get monotonous.
  • Canyon duels can be frustrating.

Expert reviews and ratings

By BrightHub on 80

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By Expert Reviews on 60

If youve been awaiting your next fix of high-octane street racing, Need for Speed: Carbon will be a welcome sight. Not much has changed since the last game. In some respects thats a good thing; the slick presentation weve come to expect is still...

By GameZone on 85

While it’s a juxtaposition to be sitting completely still staring at a monitor and at the same time feeling like you are going 200 MPH, that absurd sensation seemed to be the goal for the creative team behind the little goliath series known as...

By V3.co.uk on 80

There?s little science to Carbon ? but we like it all the...

By Gameguru Mania on 78

Need for Speed Carbon(hx) 07:55 PM EST - Dec,10 2006 Need for Speed: Carbon is the latest installment in the Need for Speed series. Despite it using the same engine like the previous game, Need for Speed: Carbon has a very different look from Need for...

By IT Reviews on

good fun racing and drifting action: The great British buying public, of which this reviewer is a paid-up member (with the credit card bill to prove it) has, for the past few years, chosen to bestow the honour of Christmas Number One...

By Custom PC on 82

The Need for Speed franchise has been running for more than a decade, although it wasnt until the 2003 release of Need for Speed: Underground that it made the jump from niche circuit driver to mass-market street racer. The excellent Need For Speed:...

By DarkZero on 78

Like many other EA titles, the Need for Speed franchise goes through a fresh incarnation each year. But is this next instalment worth your hard-earned (or possibly laundered) money? With this review concentrating on the PC version (the PS2 review can...

By Trusted Reviews on 70

I was a big fan of on the Xbox 360. Despite the fact that Project Gotham Racing 3 grabbed all the headlines when the X360 launched, I actually enjoyed NFS more. Don’t get me wrong, PGR3 was a stunning game to look at, but when you’ve bought...

By TechTree on 70

The graphics have had many mixed reactions, from "Super-cool" to "what a load of crap". The game looks good, but at times it just isnt satisfying, it lacks the punch of NFS: MW. I feel NFS: MW had a better feel, yet Carbon is more demanding. I had...

By cnet on 74

Spec: Driving, 1 Player, Everyone 10 and older

International Review By Tech-Talk on

Need For Speed Carbon erinnert stark an Nfs Underground 2. Ich habe das Spiel zu Weihnachten 2006 bekommen.Der Karriere-Modus, ist eigendlich wie bei Most Wanted gestaltet. Man hat einen Unterschlupf und von da aus kann man alles regeln.Das spannende...

International Review By ITpro.no on 67

Denne gangen befinner vi oss i Carbon Cayon utenfor Los Angeles, hvor det er om å gjøre å sette seg i respekt hos andre gjenger. X6 har testet det siste spillet i EA sin bilspill-serie, er det det samme en gang til eller kommer de med noe...

International Review By Clubic on 60

Need For Speed Carbon offre donc de nombreuses possibilités en matière de tuning, malheureusement, les quelques nouveautés apportées à ce titre ne suffisent pas à nous faire oublier la faible durée du mode « Carrière », des poursuites avec la police...

International Review By FZ.se on 50

För några dagar sedan publicerade vi en recension av 360-versionen av Need For Speed: Carbon och nu, kära läsare, är det dags för PC-versionen att gå under mikroskopet. Är den bara en simpel portning, eller är den ett omgjort mästerverk? Vad är en bra...

International Review By InfoMods on 80

Il est à présent temps de conclure. Depuis le film Fast and Furious, il est clair que le tuning touche de plus en plus de monde, et cest un créneau quEA a eu raison dexploiter, au vu du succès des trois précédents opus. Sans révolutionner le...