Platforms: Windows, Xbox 360, PS2, PSP, Nintendo DS, Mobile, Wii
Publisher: Electro Arts
Developer: EA Black Box
Release Date: November 14 & 23, 2007
Need for Speed where all the world's racing drivers meet to see who is the street of the king.
The new game pack version of the Need for Speed ProStreet is to become realistic physics in car racing . Unlike the other version the Need for Speed, the game now is more realistic than other. In the style of the game it's closer but not a racing simulation, and have an option to use driving assistance to make the driving easier than in arcade type. Pro Street will the first next-generation graphics aiming for photo-realistic feel, and more advance physics.
Car is the weapon the general theme of the game this year. You have to buy many different vehicles for all the va
rious race but before you buy you have to adopt the different style in racing. In Pro Street there will be have a several game modes includes:
Drag- as simply 1 mile drag race
Grip- whichis a circuit race
Speed- is a cha
llenge in speed an
Drift- just drift for the points.
This also the Need for Speed game include the damage modeling since the first version of the game.
There will be over 60 cars from around 26 manufactures included in ProStreet. Only eight of these are supercars, making them relatively rare, as in real life. The game will also feature the new Nissan GT-R PROTO.
As usual with recent Need for Speed titles, ProStreet will feature some girls casting as characters in the game. This time, Krystal Forscutt, a former Big Brother Australia contestant, and Sayoko Ohashi will cast in the game.