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This game is cool. i liked it alot. the customizing is the best part of the game. the vynals can be better,and it couild have spinners. besides all that it is my favorite game . the colors need to have black. that is sad that they don't. It is an incredibly good value. i like to play this when avoiding homework. it is also highly addictive. this is the very best racing game i have ever played on a smaller console. it is a very neat game that i recommened to all. i love this game. it is just so cool
The previous Need for Speed Underground game on the GBA received quite a bit of flack for its pixelated, choppy visuals. However, under the hood it was a delight to play, and it really did a nice job of letting players tweak, paint, and modify their own stables of hot rods. While those same blocky circuit graphics are back for an encore in Need for Speed Underground 2, the development team seems to have ironed out some of the sicklier aspects of the graphics engine. At the same time, the team has made a handful of improvements to the game's course designs and modding interface. In fact, improvements have been made to such an extent that this latest release stacks up well against the pedigree established by the console versions of the franchise.
The "Go Underground" mode includes a number of different circuit, time trial, knockout, drag, and drift events, as well as simple minigames that unlock rare performance upgrades. Circuit, knockout, and drag events can involve as many as three other CPU opponents. The drag racing in NFSU2 is more involved than it was in the previous game, because the sequel incorporates traffic, lane changes, and jump ramps into the event. Drift events haven't changed much, but they were fine to begin with, because getting points just for fishtailing the car all over the place never gets old. Most circuit courses have shortcuts in them that drastically reduce lap times. Some, in fact, are cleverly hidden. The CPU has been programmed to take advantage of these shortcuts every so often, but not so often that you end up feeling like the computer is cheating.
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Read Only Memory. Memory which holds programs and
data which can not be changed, and maintains its data
without power. Generically, these cover PROMs, EPROMs,
EEPROMs, etc., but often, it means specifically mask-programmed
ROMs. These ROMs are very cheap, but they require huge
quantities of identical chips, for the program is actually
encoded in the masks which are used to fabricate the