With the release of the second Need for Speed video game, Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, gamers have been given another chance to enjoy some of the best action and excitement that a racing game can provide. This time around, a new breed of racing car is featured, though the most exciting thing about this installment is the inclusion of a brand new car racing system that can make racing in Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit an exciting new experience.
The action and thrill that gamers crave with racing games are still present in Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, but in this case, the racers have another chance to shoot for the top. A new car and racing system bring a whole new element of fun to the action, making it even more enjoyable than ever before.
To keep up with the action, drivers must stay in the racing mode, which is triggered by hitting a line while racing in the dirt race modes. You are then pushed ahead into the enhanced game mode, where the action picks up as the vehicles rapidly go head to head with one another. It is important to note that it is not only the cars that engage in combat, but also the time it takes for your opponents to turn around before bringing their own car into action.
This feature is incorporated into the new arcade-style action car shooter in Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, but this time, your foes aren’t even people. Rather, they are the cars themselves that have been given life by a virus, so to speak. When you hit an opponent, the car will explode into a devastating wreck, and when they are wiped out, it leaves the racer open to being attacked from all sides.
There are three types of racing in Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, each with its own set of rules and actions that can affect the racers’ overall performance. The dirt racing mode is probably the simplest, and it follows a similar set of actions as the simple racing game that you would findin Need for Speed: Underground.
In the Dirt Racing mode, the action picks up faster, but it’s much simpler than the rest of the racing types. The Street Racing mode is a bit more involved, but it is still different from the other modes as the players must not only Dodge and evade the other car, but also the streets in which they race against one another.
The most complex of the racing types in Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit is the Ultimate Mode, which has both street and dirt racing challenges and must be completed within time limits to reach the next level. It is important to note that time will run out, and the player will lose if he or she does not complete his or her objective.
All in all, Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit can be quite rewarding if the racers can stay on top of the game as it speeds along to its end. Race on and enjoy the adrenaline rush that racing offers!