Need for Speed is actually a Racing video game that was developed initially in 1992 to 2001 by a Canadian developer EA Canada. This was also later developed by a Canadian developer EA Black Box for a period of series in the historical records from 2002 to 2011. Need for speed are gaming series and their seasons and series are released every year. Their publishers are Electronic arts EA. Need for Speed series include need for speed carbon, need for speed I, need for speed II and many more.
Need for speed underground game is also a name of this series. The underground series was releasing dates from November 17, 2003 to January 2004 and their developers contain EA Black box and Pocketeers (GBA). Director name of the underground is Justin wiebe and their producers contain Alex Grimbley, Brain Lindley and Steve Anthony. Their programmer name is Eric Turmel. Artists name is Kirk Gibson and composer name is Brain Tyler. The underground is run on Microsoft windows, Nintendo 3DS, play station 3, Wii and Xbox 360. This game is also a single player mode and multi-player mode. An iOS version was decided to develop but it was eventually cancelled. The underground game contains overtaking opponents, defeating rivals, time attacks and evading the efforts of both police and criminal gang members to stop them.
Most of the seasons and series of need for speed were based on the imaginative locations and towns but the run is the only need for speed series that was developed in real cities and towns like New York, Las Vegas, Chicago and San Francesco. Cars are also in real in this game. This game was the 7th title of the need for speed series. There are over 300 kilometers (190mi) of road that are three times bigger than need for speed hot pursuit game. Different modes are available in this game; time attack events where a player can reach his destination in the given time, there is another event that is survival event in which a player can prevent his vehicle from destruction and reach his destination safe and sound.
In Multiplayer mode, there are eight players played at a single time in online mode in this game. The players of this game can never wait in lobby unlike other games, so a player can join the game even if the race is in progress. These all modes consists of different paths and cars but the super car challenge is one of the mode that is consists of very speedy cars. The run game is also has an event that is known as “The bonus wheel”. This is event that gives rewards to the best players of online game and system randomly selects the player but anyone can join it.
Somehow, this game the underground is similar to need for speed pursuit game in many modes. The one mode in this game is police chase the player and try to destroy his/her car like pursuit. Player tries to prevent his car and win the game. The 3Ds versions of this game are also available with the feature of auto log. There is also a Four-on-four cops vs. racers modes. Player can play the game in Wi-Fi and local wireless connection.
Need for speed the underground game was earned too much fame at that time. Content of this game is really impressive and graphics is also very high. The graphics required a minimum of 2 GB graphic card.
Need for Speed: Underground Minimum System Requirements:
Operating System: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
CPU: Pentium 3 or Athlon
CPU SPEED: 700 MHz
RAM: 128 MB (256 MB RAM is required for Windows 2000 or XP)
VIDEO CARD: 32MB DirectX 9.0c compatible
TOTAL VIDEO RAM: 32 MB
DIRECTX VERSION: DirectX 9.0c (included)
SOUND CARD: Yes
FREE DISK SPACE: 2 GB