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Need for Speed Hot Pursuit 2 contains not one, but two complete career modes, one for each major game mode, Hot Pursuit and World Racing. This page lists all of the events that make up each of these careers and links to details pages for each event. The event trees are very different between the PC/GC/Xbox and PS2 version; these are presented separately.
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The Ultimate Racer career is a tree of over 30 events within Hot Pursuit mode and involves racing against other racers whilst avoiding cops. All events save the first are initially locked - you must work your way through the challenges to unlock them. Events 31 and 32 are hidden until the entire tree is defeated.
The Championship career is part of the World Racing mode and has you racing only against other racers with no sign of the cops. All events save the first are initially locked - you must work your way through the challenges to unlock them. Events 31 and 32 are hidden until the entire tree is defeated.
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BMW M3 Challenge is a racing game from the British study of Blimey! Games. The stimulus, which caused that this production saw the light of day, there was an agreement concluded between the advertising, her Publisher, 10tacle Studios ' Corporation and German automotive Corporation Bayer Motoren Werke (BMW). What is worth mention, the first presentation of the title took place during the international automotive exhibition IAA International Motor Show held annually in Frankfurt am Main.
The M5 appears in Need for Speed: High Stakes as a class AA vehicle and is available from the beginning of the game. It is available for $120,000 in the career mode of the PC release and $45,000 in the PlayStation release.
The M5 comes with great straight-line performance but does not corner as well as its rivals due to a high weight, which can be useful for ramming opponents in Hot Pursuit mode. It is also one of only two cars in the game to feature BMW's DSC (Dynamic Stability Control) driving assist that gives the car improved traction.
In the PlayStation 2 release, it becomes available in Challenge Mode upon completing the Pursuit BMW M5 Challenge. To unlock it for You're the Cop mode, players must lead all laps in a Hot Pursuit event with a full grid at advanced difficulty.
: Lotus Elise DeliveryTrack: Scenic DriveType: Single RaceLaps: Point-to-PointPrize: Unlock Hot Pursuit Events 2 and 3, and the Lotus Elise in all challenge modes.Available Cars: Lotus Elise
If you need information on the Scenic Drive course, check out the drive-through for Championship Circuit Event Ten, which will have some info on it. Otherwise, when you deliver the car in the allotted time (it's perfectly reasonable to be a minute or more under the time, this isn't exactly a difficult track), you'll unlock Hot Pursuit Event 2 and 3, and the Lotus Elise for all challenge modes.
: Opel Speedster DeliveryTrack: Mediterranean ParadiseType: Single RaceLaps: Point-to-PointPrize: Unlock Hot Pursuit Events 4 and 5, and the Opel Speedster (NFS Edition) in all challenge modes.Available Cars: Opel Speedster
The real question here is which car to use. You have the Ford TS50, the Mercedes Benz CL55 AMG, and the Opel Speedster to choose from. To be honest, the Opel Speedster is the obvious choice. The other two cars handle not-so-well, and while the speed of the three are basically the same, the handling is what ultimately matters, so unless you want a real challenge, go with the Opel Speedster.
: Pursuit Crown Victoria ChallengeTrack: Coastal Parklands Type: Police ChaseLaps: N/APrize: Unlock Hot Pursuit Event 11 and the Pursuit Crown Victoria in all challenge modes.Available Cars: Pursuit Crown Victoria
What you really need to do is ram the various cars into obstacles so that they stop or slow down drastically. In this way, you will stop and ticket them, and then you can move onto the next car. All three cars have to be stopped and ticketed in under two minutes, which is a true challenge. If and when you do win, you'll be rewarded with unlocking Hot Pursuit Event 11 and the Pursuit Crown Victoria cop car for all challenge modes. If you need information on the Coastal Parklands track, please see the drive-through for Championship Event Three. And remember, BE PATIENT AND PERSISTENT! You'll get it.
: Germany vs U.K. Forest KnockoutTrack: National Forest II Type: KnockoutLaps: 2 (Two per race, three races, six laps total)Prize: (Second Place): Unlock Hot Pursuit Event 11. (First Place): Unlock Hot Pursuit Event 11 and the National Forest II track for all challenge modes.
If you come in second place in this knockout competition, you'll unlock Hot Pursuit Event Eleven. Coming in first place won't only unlock you Hot Pursuit Event Eleven, but the National Forest II track for all challenge modes as well. How about that.
: Pursuit BMW M5 ChallengeTrack: Calypso CoastType: Police ChaseLaps: N/APrize: Unlock Hot Pursuit Event 15 and the Pursuit BMW M5 in all challenge modes.Available Cars: Pursuit BMW M5
If you manage to catch all of the three cars in the Police Chase, ticketing each of them using all of the tools available to you un 2:30:00 or under, not only will you unlock Hot Pursuit Event 15, but you'll also unlock the Pursuit BMW M5 in all challenge modes!
: HSV Mediterranean ChallengeTrack: Calypso CoastType: Single RaceLaps: 4Prize: (Second Place): Unlock Hot Pursuit Event 16. (First Place): Unlock Hot Pursuit Event 16 and the Calypso Coast track for all challenge modes.Available Cars: HSV Coupe GTS
Placing second in this four lap affair will open Hot Pursuit Event 16, while placing second in this race will not only unlock Hot Pursuit Event 16, but the Calypso Coast track for all challenge modes as well.
This tie-in brings a new story, with new characters from the real world (or at least the YouTube world, which is close enough), as well as a whole host of challenges and events broadly themed to Donut Media.
The video reiterates what we already know: gameplay will be split into two different styles, with legally-sanctioned competitive racing and challenges happening during daytime, while the night is all about illegal street racing. The police force appears to be active during both the day and night cycle, but their aggressiveness ramps up when the sun goes down.
Some other interesting elements of Heat were also revealed in the gameplay trailer, namely the ability for players to customise the actual sound of their exhaust, with sliders for tone, timbre, overrun and resonance able to be fiddled with to your satisfaction. Probably pointless as far as performance is concerned, but hey, sound matters.
If you think introducing exhaust customisation is a bit ridiculous, Heat also introduces branded apparel into the world of car games. Want to deck out your character in a full Adidas outfit? You can! Definitely a feature for all you hypebeasts out there.
You can read far too much into an E3 demo, and we'd be wrong to assume that the finished Gran Turismo PSP won't feature much, much more than the version we've played in Sony's suite. But the early signs are that this will be a slenderer game than its home console counterparts - hardly surprising, given it will be a flagship launch title for the download-only, UMD-free PSPgo.
There's no car modification or tuning on show at all in this build, although Yamauchi promises this GT staple will appear in some reduced form in the finished game. You can however set traction control, stability management, steering assists, change car and tyre settings, save replays and download time trial and drift ghosts.
The on-track experience is pure Gran Turismo - well, almost. The combination of the iconic tracks and cars means you couldn't mistake it for any other racing game, but the feel is a little way off simulation, especially in rear-wheel-drive cars which tend to oversteer and drift with extreme ease. It almost feels like Project Gotham in places - but the sense of weight, suspensions travel and road surface is still amazingly strong for a handheld game.
In the traditional Gran Turismo you're too free to do anything you want, and to have the player focus in on the small screen it has to be very clear what you have to do next, and it's that kind of presentation within the system. So the depth of the game hasn't changed, just how we present is different.
There are dozens and dozens of other fixes too, including to wheel compatibility, confusing messages about video memory and drivers on PC, and many more. You can find all the December 3rd patch notes on the Horizon site, or read the full list below.
Gaming desktops don't always have to be huge towers or small-form-factor (SFF) PCs with replaceable graphics cards. Case in point: MSI is expanding its all-in-one (AIO) gaming desktop line with its Gaming 24GE 2QE-014US ($1,699.99 as tested). It ticks off the requisite component checkboxes with an Intel Core i7 processor, a mainstream, enthusiast-level Nvidia GeForce GTX graphics, and a solid-state drive (SSD) for quick bootups and app launching. This third-generation model shows a lot of promise, and it's certainly fast enough to play games at full HD resolution.
Connectivity is a mixed bag. The SD card slot and the two USB 3.0 ports are conveniently located on the left side of the chassis. However, the other I/O ports are on the back and are oriented vertically, which makes it a challenge to plug in any cable, unless you're a contortionist. They include an Ethernet port, a headset jack, an HDMI-in port, an HMDI-out port, a microphone jack, a USB 2.0 port, and two USB 3.0 ports. The placement of the headset and microphone jacks is particularly problematic, because gamers will want them to be accessible at a moment's notice. On the plus side, the Ethernet port connects to a Killer E2200 gaming optimized LAN card, and the HDMI-in port lets you plug your Playstation 4 in so you can use the system as a monitor.