NFS is a racing game, based around tuning your cars, customizing them, and taking them to the streets. It was the eighth game of the NFS series, and while you could say they were hopping on the milking bandwagon, they delivered a high quality timeless game. Even I sometimes feel the urge to take my Nissan Skyline GT-R (with blue flashing neonlights, ofcourse) for another spin on a rainy sunday afternoon. With a great variety of cars, practically unlimited tuning options, awesome soundtracks and thrilling races, this game has something for everyone.
How does it run?
The game was released back in 2004, and it required a Pentium III and 256 MB of RAM. Safe to say, if your pc isn’t older than 10 years, you are able to play this without a problem. I included a video of someone running it smoothly on his Intel 3000, so it shouldn’t be a problem for anyone. This game gets a big “Toaster of Approval”-stamp, and if you’ll excuse me, I have some drifting to do..
|OS: Windows XP||RAM: 256 MB|
|CPU: Pentium III||Graphics Card: GeForce2+ /Radeon 7500+|