MaxGrab Ultimate Need For Speed Collection Almost all games..100% working request are welcome
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Need for Speed II SE delivers all the exciting features of Need for Speed II with the addition of four new cars, a challenging coastal track, mirror and reverse racing modes for all tracks, and 3Dfx support on the PC version.
Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit MaxGrab
Not only is the latest Need for Speed miles ahead of the last NFS game, but it approaches (and dare I say surpasses?), the best of the consoles in terms of sheer fun and speed.
I don't usually play racing games on the PC. Either they're pale imitations of the arcade and console racers, or they're boring 50-lap simulations. I mean, why play Need for Speed II and Test Drive 4 on the PC when I can play Super GT in the arcade and Gran Turismo on the PlayStation? For ages, I told friends that the PC had nothing on the arcade, even venerable classics like Daytona and Sega Rally. Well, I think I'm going to be eating crow for the next few weeks... and loving it. Not only is the latest Need for Speed miles ahead of the last NFS game, but it approaches (and dare I say surpasses?), the best of the consoles in terms of sheer fun and speed.
Need for Speed III is a great game. It has an exhilarating sense of speed, clean and beautiful graphics, polished production values, and trackloads of unadulterated fun. In many ways, Need for Speed III has that same addictive quality I found in Quake II, Starcraft, and Heroes of Might and Magic. That's pretty celebrated company, but I don't think it's an unfounded categorization. Need for Speed III has that same "just one more turn or just one more deathmatch" quality that the other games have. And just like in those games, the action in Need for Speed III is so engrossing and rewarding that the next time you come up for air, you'll find that two hours have whizzed by.
While Need for Speed III shares an addictive quality with those games, it has something of its own: pure speed. This game is fast and fun. The frame rate is fast and incredibly clean. I've played my fair share of PC and console racers where the pop-up was horrible, as cliffs and buildings would suddenly appear out of thin air, many seconds after you should have seen them on the horizon. Whether it's the smart track design or the beautiful engine, the bottom line is that I only saw one or two instances of minor pop-up. And multiplayer is as fast and fun as the single-player experience. The sound of your revving engine and the fast frame rate both combined to create the illusion of breakneck speeds, although the replays didn't look quite as fast I would have liked.
Aside from the speed and addictive quality, Need for Speed III has the requisite list of features that marketers like to put on boxes, journalists like to list, and consumers always look for. There are many cars, with subtle differences, and the ability to tweak more than a few car qualities, such as steering speed, aerodynamics, and suspension. And, surprisingly, the tweaks will affect your car noticeably.
In classic Need for Speed fashion, there are more than a dozen supercars to race, including several bonus cars that open up with sustained excellent race results or cheat codes. The range of cars is a fascinating gallery of every car enthusiast's dream vehicles: Corvettes, Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Porsches, Jaguars, Mercedes, and an Italdesign prototype car. There are also roughly ten tracks, including the bonus track, encompassing several different environments and difficulty levels. You'll race through a canyon, snowy mountain caps, urban utopia, and forests. You can race during nighttime and in rain to add further to the track variety. Visibility takes a huge hit in either condition, making races on the harder courses incredibly treacherous. Unfortunately, I didn't experience any noticeable difference in driving under rain; the road didn't appear any slicker and handling was pretty much consistent with perfect weapon. If there was a difference, it was too subtle for me to notice.
The single-player game modes include a single race, knockoff (where you eliminate the last place of each race), tournament (where you race through the entire circuit for points), and hot pursuit. Hot pursuit is EA's answer to all the critics who lamented the loss of the cops in Need for Speed II. You aren't only trying to outrace an opponent, but also escape the pursuing cops. Three tickets, and you're out. Or alternatively, you can play the cop in pursuit. The radio chatter *****ing you to the cops' presence and their strategies (pursuit or roadblock) are nice touches.
The graphics in the game are pretty amazing. The reflection on the cars is outstanding, as is the rain, and the leaves and dust that follow in your wake. The lighting is especially impressive during the night and rain races. Best of all, everything, including the up to seven competitors, animating background objects, and your rearview mirror, can be packed on screen with barely a hint of a performance hit (OK, sometimes, it will slow down slightly, but not by much). The production values on the track briefings and the car gallery are also first-rate.
There are a few problems. For one, the dashboard doesn't light up at night, and there are no windshield wipers at your disposal during rain. It's disappointing that there's no damage to your cars. I understand that none of the car companies want to see their poor little vehicles hurt in this game, but what's the excuse for not being able to dent the nonsupercars you crash into? And unlike in the latest Sega arcade racers, the cars in Need for Speed III, while maintaining an effective illusion of high-speed driving, sometimes appear too much like they are gliding on the road rather than actually driving and hugging the road. And why not just open all the regular cars (not the bonus cars) in hot pursuit, knockoff, and tournament mode? Still, it's a testament to the game's addictive fun factor that when I was racing, none of these shortcomings ever bothered me. While the arcades still have the edge in racing games, Need for Speed III goes a long way toward giving PC gamers a real taste of exhilarating arcade speed and action.
Need for Speed - Hot Pursuit 2 MaxGrab
Hot Pursuit 2 draws primarily from the gameplay and style of NFS III; its emphasis was on evading the police and over-the-top tracks featuring lengthy shortcuts. Although the game allowed players to play as the police, the pursuit mode was drastically less realistic than preceding versions of NFS; players merely needed to "tap" a speeder a certain number of times to arrest them, as opposed to using actual police tactics such as the PIT maneuver or utilizing spike strips to immobilize a speeding vehicle.
Need For Speed Porsche Unleashed MaxGrab
Unleash the drive within when you take on the high performance adrenaline-pumping speedster called the Porsche. Need for Speed: Porsche Unleashed by Electronic Arts pits you behind the wheels of over 80 of Porsche's classic and state-of-the-art models (from the 356 to the 2000 911 Turbo), where you'll maneuver through the twists and turns of European open roads.
In the Garage Screen you'll get to check out the cars you own, perform maintenance, buy and sell cars and more. From there, the Porsche Center Screen gives you the option to: select the interior and exterior color of your car(s); test drive it; do a car comparison; access the showcase for details on the car; and ultimately to purchase your desired vehicle. Get a used car from the Used Cars Screen and even purchase and install parts for it. If it's damaged, take it to the Repair Screen and take a look at the efficiency percentage of each part before repairing it. Then you might want to enter the Paint Shop Screen where you can choose body type, interior color, two-digit decal numbers -- even choose from a selection of trim design packages.
Ready to race? Choose either the Quick Race Mode or Quick Knockout Mode. The difference is that the Knockout Mode takes place on circuit tracks and when a driver finishes in last place, he's removed until a single driver remains. If you're not racing, check out the Porsche Chronicle, where you can view selected photographs, print media ads and video clips of some of Porsche's best models.
This PC game requires a compatible Direct3D video card, and makes use of the keyboard, mouse, joystick (including force feedback), wheels and Gamepads. Do you crave the Need for Speed? Well, put pedal to the medal in Need for Speed: Porsche Unleashed.
Need for Speed - High Stakes with Xp patch MaxGrab
High Stakes introduced several new types of gameplay: High Stakes, Getaway and Career. High Stakes is a racing mode in which the reward was the losing player's car. Getaway requires the player to outrun a pursuing police vehicle for a given time period. Career mode incorporates a monetary reward system that allowed a player to purchase vehicles and performance upgrades while earning cash by racing in a chronological set of tournaments
Another innovation is the introduction of damage models. Vehicles which have been involved in accidents featured visibly crushed car bodies and suffered from performance penalties. After a race in Career mode, the player is given the option to purchase repairs. The mode also allows players, for the first time, to upgrade cars, although the feature simply consists of switching between three upgrade levels for each car.
Need for speed Underground MaxGrab[/size][/b]
BUILD AND RACE THE FASTEST URBAN EXOTIC
Hit the streets in the world's most elite tuner cars, and take down the ultimate racers in your own customized machine. To own the streets, you'll have to risk it all in a variety of high-styling, high-speed events -- including Drift, Drag, and Circuit. Tune your car to perfection by winning hundreds of upgrade parts, then go underground for the most intense, addictive driving experience of your life. When it comes to speed, no other game comes close to delivering this kind of action. And while the need for speed is what keeps you coming back for more, custom looks are your ticket to scoring big with the crowds. You are what you drive in Need for Speed Underground.
Feel speed like never before. Graphics that obliterate the envelope and turbocharged physics make this the fastest gameplay experience ever.
Choose from 20 elite licensed tuner cars from Mitsubishi, Toyota, Subaru, and more.
Fully customize your car with hundreds of aftermarket parts from top-name manufacturers. Change your car's appearance to fit your personality, change its performance to fit your driving style.
Huge, highly detailed environments push your gaming hardware to the absolute limit as you battle to own the streets in your urban street machine.
Race hard and win upgrades, including weight reduction kits, turbo, suspension kits, tires, wheels, and nitrous.
Set the asphalt ablaze in a variety of game modes including Drift, Drag, and Circuit.
Go underground and become the ultimate street racer in the epic Story mode.
Build your ideal car, take it online, and take on the world's fastest competition.
Need For Speed Underground 2 MaxGrab
Taking place in a massive, free-roaming city featuring five distinct interconnected neighborhoods, Need for Speed Underground 2 delivers an immersive game world where the streets are your menus. As players explore the city, they\'ll encounter rival racers who will school them in the ways of the underground and tip them off to the hottest racing spots in town. Deep new performance tuning allows gamers to fine-tune every aspect of their ride\'s handling and performance, while hundreds of new visual customizations guarantee players can create their own personalized, totally unique car.All-new game modes join Circuit, Drift, and Drag events to add depth and variety, pushing car and driver to the limit, while more than a dozen new cars and hundreds of aftermarket parts from the biggest names in the business make Need for Speed Underground 2 the deepest, most authentic tuner experience ever.
OS: Windows® 98/2000/ME/XP
Processor: 933MHz Intel Pentium 3 or AMD Athlon
Memory: 256MB RAM
Hard Drive: 2.0GB free space
CD-DVD: 8 Speed
Video Card: 32MB Direct3D compatible
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible
Need For Speed Most Wanted Black Edition MaxGrab
The new speester in EA's successful series combines the tuner customization of Need for Speed Underground with an expanded take on the police chases of the Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit series. The game will feature a Rap Sheet option that works hand in hand with a player's street reputation as they move up from the "Black List" to the A-List. Users will also be able to go head-to-head with their opponents while simultaneously trying to avoid more than six different police cars at once through a dynamically changing open-ended world. Get your car peaked for outrunning the po-po by cuctomizing your muscle cars, supercars, tuners, and sports cars.
Need for Speed: Carbon Razor1911 MaxGrab
Need for Speed Carbon delivers the next generation of adrenaline-filled street racing as players face the ultimate test of driving skill on treacherous canyon roads. What starts in the city is settled in the canyons as Need for Speed Carbon immerses you into the world's most dangerous and adrenaline-filled form of street racing. You and your crew must race in an all-out war for the city, risking everything to take over your rivals' neighborhoods one block at a time. As the police turn up the heat, the battle ultimately shifts to Carbon Canyon, where territories and reputations can be lost on every perilous curve. Need for Speed Carbon delivers the next generation of customization giving you the power to design and tweak your crew's cars in every way using the ground-breaking new Autosculpt technology. Represent your car class, your crew, and your turf in Need for Speed Carbon, the next revolution in racing games.