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Need for Speed Hot Pursuit players will experience the thrill of the chase and the rush of the escape as they play through full careers as both a cop and a racer – solo or connected. The blistering speeds, brutal busts and heart-stopping getaways are all connected via Need for Speed Autolog. This network not only connects friends for epic head-to head pursuits and races, but also enables players to compare performances and stats, thereby setting the stage for the ultimate in friendly competition.

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  • Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit contains 1-8 player online support as well as leaderboards
  • Play as either cops and racers in both a tremendously deep, fully-defined single player career...
  • The Need For Speed Autolog system connects friends directly to each other's games, enabling them...
  • Whether taking down suspects with a variety of cop weapons or using evasion equipment to outsmart...
Binding
Video Game
Brand
Electronic Arts
Color
One Color
Edition
Standard
ESRB Age Rating
Everyone 10+
Genre
racing-game-genre
Hardware Platform
Xbox 360
Label
Electronic Arts
Number Of Discs
1
Number Of Items
1
Operating System
Xbox 360
Package Quantity
1
Platform
Xbox 360
Product Group
Video Games
Publication Date
2010-11-16
Publisher
Electronic Arts
Release Date
2010-11-16
Size
One Size
Studio
Electronic Arts
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Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit is a high energy racing game that brings the Need For Speed franchise back to its racing/chasing roots. The game allows players to experience a massive open-world game environment from both the perspective of a racer or a cop bent on shutting down racer. Players on both sides have access to a wide range of real, high-performance vehicles, as well as weapons, equipment and power-ups that heighten the excitement of the race and chase. Additional features include: Need For Speed 'Autolog,' a powerful in-game social media communication system; 1-8 player online support; leaderboards; and Xbox LIVE Achievement support. Return of the race-chase game mechanic to the Need For Speed franchise. View larger. A Revolutionary Addition to the NFS Franchise In Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit players will experience the thrill of the chase and the rush of the escape as they play through full careers as both a cop and a racer – solo or connected. The blistering...

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  1. I have played every need for speed game between consoles ranging from Playstation 2 to XBOX 360 and Playstation 3. This does not seem to have the “NSF Feeling” that the other games had. I enjoy the fact that you can post to peoples wall’s to try and beat their best time but there are no car modifications and seems rather difficult in some areas and easy in others. I.E Pursuit races and Duels are rather un challenging where as time trials are a bit of a task often taking multiple tries. I guess I have gotten to used to the fun of carbon and the feeling of unlocking parts to make your car cooler. There is a lot less to do in this game, just race and unlock cars and get a wanted level but the level doesn’t really do anything. It doesn’t make cops come after you more, it’s just a rank to let you know how close you are to beating the game. Its fun don’t get me wrong, but ProStreet was more fun than this. They combined an arcadey feeling with trying to make it more realistic. Hot pursuit has always been an arcade style racing. Pick one. Life like or arcade don’t confuse the playability. I would have felt ripped off had I paid full price for this but I got it on special for Black Friday so for the $35 I spent I’m not unhappy but definately not worth $60. This is just my opinion in comparison to the other games.

  2. Need for Speed Hot Pursuit for Xbox 360I’ve been playing Need for Speed games since NFS 2, and have enjoyed each experience. NFS Hot Pursuit stays true to the original format, with jumping around to different events to earn medals as either a racer or a cop. There are some far fetched gadgets to give you an edge, like spike strips and EMP, but the basic premise of the game is to win each race.The races take place on open roads with or without traffic, and there are plenty of obstacles in the way along with short cuts. The objective is to figure out the shortest path to the finish line and balance your use of nitrous to overpower the AI. There is a lot of rubber banding going on, but the frustrating events are the ones where you retry the event multiple times to try and cut the corners the fastest and avoid hitting anything.The graphics are pretty good, and the weather/environmental visuals are top notch. This is by no means a sim racer, but is more of an arcade game. The selection of cars aren’t too bad, but this is not Forza or Gran Turismo. The controls aren’t too bad, except for how the cars handle on the road. I tend to scrub the corners a lot and if you brake too much on the entrance, you’ll lose the races. The key seems to be trail braking, rubbing, and braking as late as possible and using nitrous to your advantage.Overall: 4/5 stars, the missions might get repetitive over time, but I still consider it a fun experience.

  3. If you like the old Burnout series then you might like this (personally not a fan of Criterion Games) and their finger prints are all over this game as they were bought up by EA when they went under. The game can be a lot of fun at times and then excrutiatenly difficult at others.You have to drive absolutely balls out and make no mistakes as you advance,oh and did I mention the game is filled with bugs(glitches) that ALWAYS error on the side game. In a hot pursuit chase would have set a record time when I had a racer with one red bar left tangled up in a roadblock just as I approached to ram his car & finish the chase he completly disappeared from the screen,I spun a 180 to try again and the car had reappeared when I approached blinked off screen and reappeared on the side screen map on a dirt trail that resulted in his eluding my pursuit. This has happened on at least 3 occasions resulting in me screaming at my TV and cursing the developers so bad my girlfriend thought I had terettes.

  4. My son and I have been playing video games together since he was an infant and used to sit on my lap behind the steering wheel to beep the horn or push various buttons while I raced. We had a lot of fun playing Midnight Club and Need for Speed. Honest to God, once when he was about 3 and we were racing, he said, “Mom, do you have a pair of scissors?” I said, “Huh?!” Then he chortled and said, “Because I’m going to cut you off!” and he did!!!So, when I purchased this, my hope was that we could again enjoy playing “Need for Speed” together, as in one as the cop, one as the criminal, race via split screen. Nope. This doesn’t support split screen or co-op play.It doesn’t seem to connect via a normal Xbox Live account either, but requires a specific/separate EA Games account (which, whenever you start the game you’re prompted for and have to skip if you don’t).Beyond that, as just a one player racing game, it’s still pretty fun. The courses and objectives are challenging and even in just the first sector which we’ve unlocked, there are about 10 different courses, each with a subsection of various missions.It works extremely well with a force feedback steering wheel (surprising that all racing games don’t?).As a racing game by itself, it’s really good, but I sincerely miss having the split-screen option since I still love playing video games along side my son and don’t intend to buy another Xbox and Xbox live account to sit in another room just to play together (defeats the purpose, no?).

  5. Found and purchased this for my son’s 12th birthday, his mother cut him off from his typical war games for a while so you mentioned he would try some driving games , although I used to and will occasionally play shooter or war games I was more into the driving games myself so I was excited that he would give it a shot he loves plolice and police cars and reading that you can be the police in this one was awesome he actually loved the game and played it quite a bit. Glad I found and purchased ,. Price was good and arrived quickly . I believe he said the only drawback was you couldn’t customize the police cars at all like you could the others but he was still happy with it

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