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    Need For Speed - Hot Pursuit 2
    Author: Daniel Topler
    Date Posted: March 1st, 2003
    SLRating: SLRating: 7/10
    Bottom Line: The Need For Speed Hot Pursuit 2 is unique and fun but if you want something realistic look elsewhere. Is it worth buying? Read on and make your own mind up in our official review....

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    Introduction
    The Need for Speed games have been around for quite some time now, the original series made their debut on the old 486’s.

    Probably the most well known and loved game out of the entire series was “Need for Speed 3: Hot Pursuit.” This game changed racing on PC’s as we know it, instead of having the classic race against other people, it added a new dimension cops. In addition, it added a special feature where you could actually be the cop or the chaser and not the one running.

    Need For Speed Hot Pursuit 2 is the continuation of “Need for Speed 3.” Although there are not that many differences between the two versions, it is still a fun game that’ll last for a long time.

    Installation
    Like most games out now, Need for Speed Hot Pursuit 2 comes in a little box. This form of packaging is much nicer then the original boxes, and is much more efficient when storage space is at a premium. After putting the disk in, installation was very straightforward. I just entered the CD-Key, decided where to put the game on the hard drive, and waited.

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    1. Introduction/Installation
    2. Gameplay 1
    3. Gameplay 2
    4. Pros/Cons
    5. Conclusions
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