Need for Speed Most Wanted is a fast, fun and beautiful title, everything a Wii U game should be. Every third party title on the Wii U will be compared to Most Wanted going forward, Criterion took their time to deliver a unique Wii U experience on top of an already great game.
If you have a copy of Need for Speed: Most Wanted, you can now update the game to version 1.2.0. No word on what the update does, but let's hope it fixes up some of the hard-locks that people were experiencing.
More LinkedIn profiles have revealed an in-the-works project for Criterion. No surprises here, as the company seems to be working on another racing game. This one is due out in 2013. I'll give you just one guess on the franchise that they're working on...
There’s a great deal of freedom to find your own game within this latest spin on Need for Speed, and the chaotic bent definitely helps extend the reasons to stay beyond simply taking down the city’s most wanted drivers.
Need for Speed: Most Wanted is the multiplatform title that Wii U owners deserve: one that given time and dedication by a developer with excellent technical skills, which shows the Wii U is more than just a late entry into last generation hardware.
All in all, having taken a decade-long break from Nintendo since the release of Burnout 2 on GameCube, Criterion Games has used the Wii U to conjure up the definitive console version of Need for Speed: Most Wanted.