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Big Screen Gaming - The Way Its Really Meant to be Played - NFS: Underground Usage

By: Shawn Baker | Editorials in Video Cards | Posted: May 4, 2004 4:00 am

NFS: Underground Usage


NFS: Underground is the latest addition to the very popular Need for Speed series. People gave the game mixed opinions, personally we think the game is a bit of fun and you can't deny that there is nothing better then drifting around in your Mazda RX7 on a two metre plus wide screen display.


The intro movie to Need for Speed Underground looks better then ever before.



Selecting your car even becomes a fun task when it is this big.



Here we are drifting around the track in our Mazda RX7.



The competition looks that much meaner when they are this big - and the girls look that much better, I might add.



- NFS: Underground Verdict


WOW! This is how car games are meant to be played. It wasn't too bad playing car games on a TV because you don't really have to aim at anything like a FPS shooter. The bigger pixels were never that big a deal.


Saying that, let's see what happens when we load up the latest Battlefield installment by EA also.


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