Winter!: Prepare for holiday gaming!
Playing Need for Speed Undercover on the Nintendo DS is kind of like visiting a Third World country where they don't have running water. You alternate between being really put out by the inconvenience and feeling sorry for the people who live there. This terrible excuse for a driving game is really annoying, but I can't help but feel sad for the poor gamers who have no other option. My heart goes out to you guys. You can borrow my backup PSP if you want. Playing Need for Speed Undercover on other systems mostly made me mad, because I was keenly aware that there were games for those systems that did city racing so much better. Electronic Arts was foisting onto gamers a title that soared right under the bar set by other games. But on the Nintendo DS, this might be as good as it gets. Of course, you should probably just resign yourself to Mario Kart DS, which is nothing to sneeze at. But what's a Nintendo DS owner to do when he wants a little hip urban racing, when he craves a spot of car...
What's Hot: Custom decal editor
What's Not: Terrible graphics; Terrible driving model