Need For Speed World



Need For Speed World

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By Yet Another Review Site on 60

Need For Speed: World, or its official name World Online, was released in Summer 2010, but it never had any advertisement, so no one actually knew about it until NFS: Hot Pursuit came out. but It seems that NFSW was actually the demo version of...

By PC Gamer on 69

An entertaining arcade racer with outstanding car chases, undone by its micro-transactions and lack of...

By GameZone on 65

by Mike Splechta, August 11, 2010 If six years ago you would have told me that Need for Speed was downloadable for free, and was playable with thousands of people online, I would have jumped up and down with glee. Nowadays, free-to-play games are...

By IGN Gear on 60

In an nutshell, Need for Speed World is an online racer masquerading as an MMO, where there is really very little player interaction at all. The open world is a glorified queuing system, and there is far too much grinding between upgrades, and far too...

By Neoseeker on 85

Since getting a first look at EA Black Box's free MMO racer Need for Speed World back in May, the experience has been fleshed out and polished, with lots more to come as the years go on. If you're new to the game, it's a free to play title...

By 1Up on 56

I intend to keep playing the game even after I'm done with this review, which says something about the novelty of this competent MMO racer. I just don't know for how much longer it'll hold my interest -- that'll depend almost entirely on...

By Games Radar on 60

MMO is a term that gets bandied around a lot lately (and one that’s a little annoying, because a “Massively Multiplayer Online” is not a thing you can play). Games that once upon a time would’ve been plainly referred to as online...

By NowGamer on 78

There's a lot to be said for those few MMOs that allow cross-pollination of in-game and real-world currencies. As far as we’re concerned this is a very real part of what creates, builds and cements communities around a game, and it’s...

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EA's online racing world is lacking on the social side, with little interaction encouraged between players. There's a lack of variation in the available racing events, although escaping from the cops in pursuit mode is certainly fun for a while....

International Review By Spieletest on 74

Need for Speed World ist zwar gratis, jedoch muss man zumindestens 20 Euro investieren, damit man sich einen fetten Wagen leisten kann und einen Hauch an Chance haben möchte. Ansonsten ist es eine wahrlich mühselige Angelegenheit. Need for...

International Review By OnlineWelten on 61

Die Mängel von Need for Speed World wurden im Artikel schon an zahlreichen Stellen angeführt. Es gibt zu wenig Spiel-Modi und damit verbunden kaum Abwechslung. Verfolgungen sind nett, letzten Endes aber immer das gleiche. Sprints und Rundkurse...

International Review By GamingXP on 77

Schnelle Rennen, viele Autos und zahlreiche Tuning-Möglichkeiten werden hier zu einem netten Rennspiel zusammengesetzt. Das Spiel richtet sich vor allem in Punkto Fahrverhalten eindeutig an Gelegenheitsspieler, die sich nicht erst in ein Spiel...