When Ryan Cooper gave up illegal racing, he didn't give up racing entirely. When he drives into a Race Day in his black Nissan 240SX and dominates the competition, he comes to the attention of the current leaders – he finds that the competition can be a lot less friendly than on the streets. Need for Speed: ProStreet, the 11th title in this popular, long-running franchise, puts you behind the wheel of over 4 dozen realistically rendered performance-tuned cars.
Customize the exterior look of your ride with paint, tint and window decals. Earn in-game cash to improve your current car or buy a new one. Once you've tuned your vehicle, take on the competition in open-road and closed circuit track racing that'll have you tearing along the A100 Berlin ring road, the abandoned Meigs Field Airport in Chicago, NASCAR's Texas World Speedway and the Tokyo Docklands among others.
Online play lets you race simultaneously or challenge others to beat your score on the leaderboard. Share your winning designs online via "blueprints." ProStreet lets you adjust how much computer assist you want while driving. Start off as Weekend Warrior to get the feel of the course and advance to Adrenaline Junkie for maximum control. Damage plays a big factor - struck objects can merely scuff the paint, rip off a bumper or total your ride. Run the quarter mile in drag races, race the clock through checkpoints, leave the pack behind in grip racing or slide around curves in the improved drift races. Will you be smoking the competition, or will you be a smoking wreck?
This review is from: Need for Speed: Pro Street PSP Game EA
Pros: I love this game. The engine sound going though all gears is fantastic. Load times are short. Cars are awesome. Every time your car smashes a wall leaves very realistic marks. Does not requiere a lot of a computer to play at full graphix... it works just fine on my brothers P4 3.0GHZ 2GBRAM Ati X850XT. You can customize your car with infinite stuff... soooooo cool
Cons: The name Ryan Cooper bothers me after a while, specially when its named every 30 seconds... it turns annoying. Also the same frases are repeated over and over from the race relator.
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