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Need for Speed II - PC Games

Need for Speed II
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Description: Much like the first in the series, NFS2 has plenty of high performance cars to choose from, including the McLaren F1 or Ferrari F50 and a few concept cars. The main difference between this and the previous Need for Speed game is the tracks, with less open road tracks in this sequel, and no cops to chase you. But the tracks available a ... (more)
Manufacturer: Electronic Arts
Release date: 1 May 1997
UPC: 014633112726
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"Many fans of the first edition of Need for Speed were disappointed to find NFS II was arcade-like instead of preserving the realism of NFS. Though the gameplay was arcade-like, the levels were intricately well designed. In addition, track design was more open-ended; players could now "drive" off the asphalt, and even cut across fields to take advantage of shortcuts."