Most Wanted for Wii U comes complete with full online play, the connected, open world city of Fairhaven and of course the hot cars and intense cop chases that made Most Wanted 2012's driving game of the year. For Wii U, we've pimped it in five key areas to create the definitive Most Wanted.
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Make Trouble – Buckle up, hit the gas and hold on tight; you're in for the ride of your life. In Most Wanted, you'll experience dream cars, the way you always wanted them. No tracks, no circuits, no simulation. It's about taking your ride to the limit and beyond, nailing perfect 200 mile-an-hour drifts, slamming your friends off the road, outsmarting the cops and getting away with it in style.
Connected Open World – In Most Wanted freedom is everything. With the vast open world of at your disposal you'll need to race, chase and explore to earn you Speed Points and become Most Wanted.
Leave Your Mark – Leave your mark in the connected open world. The next generation of Autolog displays your friends' record speeds, times, pursuits and jump distances everywhere in Fairhaven City. Hit the biggest air off a billboard jump and we'll even display your face on the billboard – a constant reminder to your friends of your ultimate supremacy.
Non-Stop Multiplayer – Our online play is about intense competition, rank and vehicle modification. We're into team games, variety, persistent scoring and endless rewards. Pick a car, meet up with your friends and enjoy a nonstop Playlist of competitive events.
Find It, Drive It — Hate grinding through a set progression to drive the cars you love? Us too: that's why in Most Wanted nearly every car is available from the start. Seriously, find any car in the open world of Fairhaven, and it's yours to drive. Just drive up to it, hit the button to switch to it and it's yours.
WII U EXCLUSIVE FEATURES
Play Together - In Co-Driver Mode, one player drives using the Wii Remote or Wii U Pro Controller, while another player helps them out on the Wii U Gamepad. Override controls to help a new or younger player. Tap the screen to drift or distract the cops. Switch night to day or activate Boost U to power through the cops with a quick burst of Nitrous and increased crash resistance.
Switch Cars and Mods on the fly - Change cars anytime using the Wii U touch screen. Modify your roll-out as you drive with the quick and easy touch-screen interface. Activate custom Nitrous, Reinflating Tyres or Lightweight Chassis modifications to increase your speed, withstand attacks from cops and rivals or improve your off-road performance.
Unlock the Open World - The Wii U Gamepad puts the city at your fingertips with a deluxe mini map. As you explore Fairhaven, the map reveals Most Wanted's hidden treasures and lets you shortcut instantly to them. Discover billboards, see your records and locate all the hidden Jackspots.
Handheld Play - If your TVs in use, keep playing on the Wii U Gamepad for the ultimate handheld Need for Speed action.
The Ultimate Speed Pack - We'll throw the Ultimate Speed Pack in for free, so you can take to the streets five of the sickest, most ludicrously fast cars ever made: McLaren's $4 million F1 LM, Lamborghinis minimalist artwork, the Aventador J, the track-focused Pagani Zonda R, Bugatti's reigning world speed champion, the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse and Hennessey's savage 275 mile-an-hour ragtop beast, the Venom GT.
Need for Speed Most Wanted U is rated
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Rated 5 out of
Sophilox Link from
It may be hard but it’s fun!I never thought I would be playing this game but I am! The game itself is hard but I still like it. It also gives me a challenge and i just love racing games!
Date published: 2019-03-31
Rated 1 out of
It sucksIt’s nothing alike the controlling is real sensative there’s no mission and pretty much ever car is free there and not customizable like other games
Date published: 2019-02-15
Rated 4 out of
Wanderin Jim from
Great drivingMy brother bought this awhile ago while and I have to say it’s truly a game. What I mean by that is that there is no story and you can just pick it up and play, which is nice now and then.
Date published: 2018-09-20
Rated 5 out of
Feels just like it shouldI got this wanting to just try out a newer need for speed game I've played it for a week now and although it is lacking the paint and decal creativity of the older need for speed games it makes up for it with gameplay. So far I've just drove around and gotten into pursuits with cops, I've maybe done 3 of the actual races because I've been entertained just my the design and the gameplay I will begin to start unlocking more.car parts for each car but I would recommend just either going down the list or showing your favorites the love and unlocking there parts first
Date published: 2018-07-28
Rated 4 out of
This game is a gem in the Wii U’s racing selectionI love this game. Great gameplay, graphics, and driving physics. The cars range from no-name Russian backstreet rally cars to multi-million dollar American and Italian sports cars. I do have three slight complaints though, which is why I haven’t given the game five stars: the cops, races, and driving sensitivity. The cops, on low heat levels, are so stupid and easy to evade they only pose a threat in the slowest cars of the game, though higher speed levels result in fun, hard chases. Next, the races, while fun and often challenging, are reused quite often, which puts a slight damper on the gameplay. Lastly, the sensitivity of stick controls is terrible, taking a full second to register in a game that demands fast action. Motion, while responding much quicker, don’t allow you to turn as tightly as stick does, requiring some well-timed drifts when they’re otherwise not needed. Don’t be worried though: you can easily get used to both schemes. Don’t let this stop you from buying this. It’s worth it!
Date published: 2018-01-01
Rated 5 out of
Awesome and gotta get new oneI love it!!!!!!!!!!! The only problem is that mine doesn't work anymore.
Date published: 2017-09-30
Rated 5 out of
Excellent cops, and racing difficultyI played this as a kid and I use to play early in the morning before school. I use to spend hours on this game.
Date published: 2017-07-13
Rated 5 out of
Definatly worth the cost, Not worth the music.Defiantly a very good game. I bought this game about a month ago and i'm still finding new ways to play... new cars, new races, all of it.! defiantly worth it! One thing i do really like about the game is that you can't beat the game very easily. One thing that usually gets me to stop buying games is when you can tell the developers made the game short to force you into purchasing the next game in the line. In this game, it takes ALOT of time to work your way through the levels of the game and complete it.
1) you have speed points. In order to reach the last tier of the game, you need to work your way through the first 9. which require about 30,000 speed points each time. So as you would think, it would be difficult to get there.
2) you have to hunt down the cars you want to drive. You start out with only a few good cars, and the rest are more "traffic"ing cars. Your good cars are for racing and running from the police (which often chase after you for speeding and tailgating) your slower cars are for the streets, which have very low speeds, and far more control. So you have to work to find that one perfect car
3) Car customization. You can customize your car to make it go faster, have more control, be better off road, and/or be a better racing car. In order to get custom parts you have to compete in races. Winning a race will give you speed points, which you can use to unlock farther tiers.
All in all i say it's a pretty good game
My only complaint is the sound track. The music they use is a little "unheard of" at times. so your ears start to link songs to the game. However, this often ruins the song, as you can only think of the game after hearing it again. This often just causes me to turn the music off and switch to just driving sounds.