For the most part, the response over the last few Need for Speed game has been the same: "Why are not more as the need for Speed Most Wanted"? "Where cheesy cutscenes and over-top COP CHASES?" It seems as though EA heard those hoot, because for better or for worse, the need for speed Undercover feels like Most Wanted. In Undercover you play the role ... wait for it ... undercover officer. Along with the agent Chase Linh, played attractive Maggie Q, your job is to remove a group of street gonschiki, which in any way participate in an international smuggling ring. The story told through simple cutscenes, which can not capture the charm of Most Wanted through uninteresting characters and predictable plot. After the story gives an incentive to do so through race after race, but in general "is so cheesy Cool" thing feels kind of forced this time.
Like many others need to speed the game, all your horse racing will take place on the streets of fictitious open cities in the world - here he Tri-City Bay area. You'll start with the vehicle, ugly, but it will not be long before you'll be able to snag a pink sliding on the pleasant ride. As you progress you earn cash that can be used to unlock (50 +) of new cars from manufacturers such as Nissan, Dodge, Cadillac, Ford, Porsche, Lamborghini, BMW, Aston Martin, Mitsubishi, and much more. If you adjust the individual aspects of your ride or buy individual parts can be done, but if you're not trying, you can buy a pack and be on your way.
Not only will you earn money to win the event, you'll receive points for the dominant driving it - mostly beatings, he is a very, very bad. Can the authorities measure the number of your driver's attributes, but they do not have a significant impact on how your car handles. As long as you drive fast you are likely to dominate, but there are some races where you will completely destroy the time needed to dominate the event, but you will still lose to the CPU. The game also encourages you to drive with style and drift, draft, and drive very close to other cars, but, in addition to increasing your nitrous there is little benefit from it. In doing so, the new J-Turn mechanic, which allows you to quickly bust 180s, is invaluable when chasing down opponents and evading cops. You'll use it because it's useful, though not because she is driving you heroic moments.