Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Do You Have The Need For Speed......?

Gameplay - 7/10
Storyline - 6/10
Graphics - 8/10
Game Score : 21/30


Sorry for the late blog in the wee hours of the morning but I finally got free from the clutches of Vindictus. Playing video games is a time consuming thing after all; so seeing as how I can't log back in to Vindictus it seems I am gonna write this blog that should have been done already *lucky you*.

Need For Speed - World (NFS World) is a free to play (F.2.P.) massively multi-player online role playing game brought to us from the lovely people at Electronic Arts (EA). As with most F.2.P. (MMORPG) all one has to do is download and install the game totally free of cost and enjoy the ensuing hi-jinks. However for an easier gaming experience, the player can use real world money to buy certain 'perks' to make your gaming experience considerably easier.

So heres an interesting concept that quite frankly is more or less relatively new in its structure and premise; a car based MMORPG. When a gamer hears the acronym MMORPG one stereotypically thinks of leveling a character, customizing the character to their liking, allocating skill point in certain skills to raise the character to the standard he envisions. NFS World seemingly took this concept and translated it into the world of racing; all the things that we have grown to love and hate about MMORPG's are present and accounted for n this game: the all too familiar grinding (getting experience points to level) and farming (getting materials need for your character), bad experiences with know-it-all in-game players, and last but probably most important of all your skill tree.

Skill Tree Layout

The skill tree in NFS World is broken down into 3 main trees; race, pursuit, and explore. These are pretty self explanatory as race deals with skills to help you win races; pursuit is the same except for polices instead of races and explore gives you general skills to help improve your overall game play.

NFS World is definitely a worthwhile download barring the fact that it is lacking a storyline of sorts and has seemingly repetitive game play it is excusable as it is truly a one of a kind racing experience. So if your a fan of NFS or even just car games in general be sure to go check out NFS World as it is sure to provide you with a new experience and not to mention a wide variety of competition to test your skills against from all over the world.


2 comments

Anonymous
February 22, 2011 at 8:41 AM

jah know
this is look mad
i wonder if it can run on my machine...

February 22, 2011 at 7:45 PM

more than likely. system requirements aren't that high

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