Good online mode.
Looks real nice.
Provides long (though boring) gameplay.
Car customization well implemented.
Cool damage models.
Classic Need for Speed handling.
Nice online options.
Car damage looks nice and makes totaling your ride fun.
Solid, albeit unspectacular racing.
No street racing.
Drags and drifts suck now.
Very monotonous gameplay.
Cars feel really stiff.
Advertising coats everything.
Its just like illegal street racing completely sold out.
Doesn't run well unless most visual options are turned down or off.
Missing much of the elements that made the last few games fun.
Races start to feel the same after a while.
Announcers will make your ears bleed.
Covered in advertising.
By V3.co.uk on January 14, 2008
The Need for Speed (NFS) games have been getting more tech-heavy with every release. What started with driving fast but reasonable cars has grown into Prostreet, which is clearly aimed at bling-heavy kids who dream of owning a Japanese racer festooned...40
By T3 Magazine on January 03, 2008
NFS:Pro Street keeps you interested, but is not without its...80
By Expert Reviews on January 01, 2008
Some episodes in Need for Speeds history have been outstanding. Need for Speed: Most Wanted, for example, had thrillingly fast cars and a whole citys worth of streets to cover with burnt rubber. Sadly, many games bearing the title have been less...40
By Custom PC on December 21, 2007
Need for Speed goes legit and adds a damage model. The long-running Need for Speed series underwent a revolution four years ago, when it moved into the murky world of illegal street racing. However, after some lacklustre games, the developer has...79
By Trusted Reviews on December 12, 2007
What happened? Were influential road-safety campaigners putting pressure on the worlds second biggest publisher? Did concerned politicians have a word in some EA bigwigs ear? Maybe the ghost of Christmas future came to some EA executive...60
By GamePyre on December 09, 2007
Did yall know that RACE CAR spells RAC ECAR backwards? Honda did the same thing to the CIVIC. Now that Ive gotten silly anagrams out of the way I can focus all my energy on convincing you to buy this game. If you are going to own two racing games...96
By Gameplay Monthly on December 07, 2007
EA Games This is probably the first time I cant find a proper introduction to a review, so Ill start by slapping you right on the face with my opinion: The games a disappointment.ProStreet is basically some ridiculous attempt by EA to break off...-
By GameZone on December 05, 2007
del.icio.us | Digg This | Glink It Every year the gaming monopoly known as EA releases a new racing installment in their flagship series of Need For Speed. This year’s rendition, known as “Prostreet,” is a hybrid of racing mechanics...73
By Games Radar on December 05, 2007
Dec 5, 2007We’re told EA are ahead of the game on this one. Ask anyone driving a bright pink Toyota with plastic bits glued to it and they’ll tell you: street racing is so last year.As the street racing scene has grown in popularity, its...50
By Tech2 on December 01, 2007
If you’ve been in the gaming circuit long enough, chances are there’s at least one iteration of the Need for Speed franchise that hit the sweet spot for you. For me it was NFS 2 and Most Wanted that worked the magic. I loved the fact...60