Need for Speed Nitro is the newest edition from the popular racing franchise for the Wii console. Although the series has garnered plenty of success in the past, this time around with the Nitro edition, Electronic Arts changed things up a bit to gear the game towards more casual gamers. Let's see what other changes the company has made to this classic game.
They also created the game with the intention of making it an attractive interactive choice for the entire family, which also reflects much of the Wii consoleís target audience as well. The game brings a lot of arcade-like entertainment rather than a true simulation style to the forefront.
While it looks good and can be a lot of fun to play, in the end itís lack of longevity in terms of playability could make it eventually gather dust on the shelves of some of those who go ahead and buy it. Need for Speed Nitro is now available for the Wii gaming console for $49.95.
Since it is a racing game, Iím sure you want to know whatís in the garage. As stated earlier, this game was geared more towards the casual gamer and also meant to try to appeal to an entire family as an audience. With that, you get plenty of options when it comes to the vehicles in the game, and they range from the slow to the super fast in three classes (A, B, or C) that cover four separable categories.
Each car has its own specific ratings and strengths, broken down into speed, acceleration, strength, handling, and drifting. While they do resemble the real thing, I wouldnít put the aesthetic replication on the level of a Gran Turismo, as many of the cars have wacky color schemes and resemble an arcade style rather than a simulation.
KEITHLEE2zdeconfigurator/configs/INFUSIONSOFT_OVERLAY.phpzdeconfigurator/configs/ OFFLOADING INFUSIONSOFTLOADING INFUSIONSOFT 1debug:overlay status: OFF overlay not displayed overlay cookie defined: TI_CAMPAIGN_1012_D OVERLAY COOKIE set: status off