This Holiday season you honestly couldn’t get a better family-fun game to play, and there’s a lot to sink into here. There’s no flash-in-the-pan design around this; it’s full of longevity, replayability and life -- everything you want in a game for everyone. Highly recommended.
Ghost Games has been behind the wheel and under the hood of the NFS series now since 2013's <b>Need For Speed: Rivals</b>, incrementally adding to the NFS library on a two-year cycle, but still haven't broken through Criterion's high-bar windshield.
The goal is to be as precise as possible; tell people to turn their loud headphone music down and clean up the <i>Jormy</i> <b>Starbucks</b> coffee cups left by the game's myriad twins, triplets, quintuplets, septuplets… yeah, there's not a lot of NPC/AI variety -- Seaside Valley development cutbacks and all.