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 Need for Speed Undercover (2008) RELOADED

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Need for Speed Undercover (2008) RELOADED

Need for Speed Undercover (2008) RELOADED
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the most part, the reaction to the last few Need for Speed games was
the same: "Why aren't they more like Need for Speed Most Wanted?"
"Where are the cheesy cutscenes and the over-the-top cop chases?" It
seems as if EA heard those cries, because for better or for worse, Need
for Speed Undercover feels like Most Wanted.

In Undercover you
play the role of...wait for undercover officer. Along with
agent Chase Linh, played by the attractive Maggie Q, your job is to
take down a group of street racers that have somehow become involved in
an international smuggling ring. The story is told via campy cutscenes
that fail to capture the charm of Most Wanted thanks to uninteresting
characters and a predictable plot. Having a story provides incentive to
make it through race after race, but the whole "this is cheesy so it's
cool" thing feels kind of forced this time around.

Like many
other Need for Speed games, all of your racing will take place on the
streets of a fictitious open-world city--here it's the Tri-City Bay
area. You'll start with a lousy vehicle, but it won't be long before
you're able to snag a pink slip to a nicer ride. As you progress you'll
earn cash, which can be used to unlock (50+) new vehicles from
manufacturers such as Nissan, Dodge, Cadillac, Ford, Porsche,
Lamborghini, BMW, Aston Martin, Mitsubishi, and more. If you're into
tuning individual aspects of your ride or purchasing individual parts
you can do that, but if you're not into tinkering you can purchase an
upgrade package and be on your way.

Not only will you earn
money for winning an event, you'll earn driving points for dominating
it--basically beating it really, really bad. You can power up a number
of your driving attributes, but they don't have a noticeable effect on
how your car handles. As long as you drive fast you'll probably
dominate, but there are occasional races where you'll totally
obliterate the time needed to dominate an event, but you'll still lose
to the CPU. The game also encourages you to drive with style and drift,
draft, and drive really close to other cars, but other than increasing
your nitrous there's little to gain from doing so. That said, the new
J-Turn mechanic, which lets you bust quick 180s, is invaluable when
chasing down rivals or evading the cops. You'll use it because it's
useful, though, not because it gets you heroic driving points.

cops are back in full effect in Undercover, and for the most part,
their return is welcome. The challenges in which you must ram and take
out a certain number of police cars are great fun, as are the
challenges where you must cause a certain monetary sum of damage. Of
course, you don't always have to ram cars to take them down; you can
also run into log trucks, electrical towers, billboards, and more to
leave a little surprise for your pursuers. It's too bad that some odd
quirks hamper the cop chases. The environmental hazards that you can
unleash certainly look cool and are effective, but quite often you
won't see any police cars get hit by the objects, yet when the cutscene
ends the cars are trashed. Sometimes you won't have to do anything at
all to evade police--the game says "go" and you stay still and nobody
finds you. Cops are capable of laying down spikes, but you can go the
entire game without them ever doing so. The biggest problem, however,
is that the cops don't do much other than bang on the side of your car
and yell at you, so if you last long enough they sort of fade away on
their own. This makes the chases less challenging than they could have
been and also makes them feel artificial, like you're just fulfilling
some sort of time requirement until the game decides you've done well
enough to escape.

Undercover isn't just about messing with the
Man. There are events where you need to maintain a lead for a specific
amount of time or get a certain distance ahead of your opponent.
Sometimes you'll have to shake the cops while trying to keep a stolen
ride in pristine condition, and there are checkpoint races and circuit
races as well. There's not a whole lot that's original here and the
races are generally extremely easy--you might not see another car for
an entire race once you've cleared the starting line. They're difficult
on occasion, but this is usually because of the occasionally choppy
frame rate, which makes the otherwise great-handling vehicles a chore
to drive when it rears its head. What's odd is that there's really no
obvious reason for the game's sometimes poor frame rate; the city
doesn't look much different than those in Carbon and Most Wanted.

said, the game does do a few things very well. The online cops and
robbers mode, where the robber tries to pick up money and take it to a
drop-off point while another person plays the cop and tries to ram
them, is quite a bit of fun. But mostly what the game gets right is its
pacing. The races are short--sometimes as short as 20 seconds, and
almost never longer than five minutes. Another cool thing the game does
is it lets you instantly jump to the closest race by pressing down on
the D pad. If you want to find a specific event you can press up and
you're taken to a GPS map, where you can instantly go to the race of
your choice. It'll save you a lot of needless backtracking, and
combined with the short races, makes sure that Undercover never gets

If you're one of the many people who loved Need for
Speed Most Wanted, flaws and all, you'll find a lot to like in
Undercover. It's not very original, but there's no denying that it's
just good fun to run from the cops and wreak havoc on a city in the

Need For Speed: Undercover (c) Electronic Arts

11/2008 :..... RELEASE.DATE .. PROTECTION .......: Securom
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You never thought it would turn out like this, an all-out chase where you're
the hunted. And the hunter. Now you must get behind the wheel and risk
everything to infiltrate a ruthless international crime syndicate and take
them down.

The man you're after is a maniac behind the wheel, and he's driving like his
life depends on escape, which maybe it does. He's the one with all the
answers you need, you will track him down. Needless to say, that fleet of
police cruisers in your rearview mirror wonÆt make things any easier.
It will take all of your experience, and every ounce of skill, to outrun the
law, take down the enemy, and unlock the truth that puts an end to this
chase once and for all.

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1. Unrar.
2. Burn or mount the image.
3. Install the game using the keygen found in the Crack folder.
4. Copy the content of the Crack dir to your installation folder.
5. Play the game.

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The other release was obviously a repacked p2p-clone with a loader.

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