I’ve been testing out Need For Speed Underground under Windows 10 the other day, and so far the program and gameplay both seem to be behaving properly. The graphics and textures in this racing game are really nice, and what I like about this are the background sound effects, billboards and street signs. Here are a couple pictures of street signs in NFSU that are my most favorite:
The reason why I like the street signs is because they are much taller than the ones in Need For Speed Hot Pursuit 2. 🙂 I’d say this is still a good old-school racing game to me, but I think Hot Pursuit 2 is way better than this. Oh, and what I also like about NFSU is you can move the cursor around during a race, which I find that very interesting.
I decided to take a break from Bawderlands Dos and play around some Need For Speed Hot Pursuit 2, a racing game where you have to race against opponent racers while trying to get away from the chasing cop cars as you complete through different races like Single Race, Lap Knockout, etc.
So far this old-school racing game seems to be running fine on my computer just like Need For Speed Underground, and I have managed to win two gold medals right off the bat in the Championship race branch and completed a few races in Single Challenge mode, which that part is what like about in this game. 🙂
And now for no strange reason here’s a screenshot of my most favorite street sign in Need For Speed Hot Pursuit 2:
The reason why is because I like the artwork, the background color and all the words on the sign in two font types which are Brush Script MT and Times New Roman. Oh, and another reason why is because I love lighthouses. 🙂
I have been doing some Carmageddon: Max damage lately since it’s been awhile. So far I have stolen Stella Stunna’s electricity car, found another coloured bush hair, and managed to mow down a total of 420 Peds before wrecking my last opponent on the last event of the night:
I also unlocked a new rim for completing the fourth Ped Popper challenge, but I still need to use up my upgrade tokens because I found 26 of them in one event. Anyways, I had a bloody awesome time mowing down Peds and wrecking my opponents who are after my thirst of blood.
Here’s a screenshot from GTA IV of my most favorite loading screen picture of a woman licking a red lollipop:
She’s so cute when she licking her lolly. 😛
I found this Game Boy Advance ROM game at LoveROMs.com that I remembered playing when I was a kid. It’s called Mario Kart Super Circuit, a game where you’ll compete against the other racers as you race around the tracks while grabbing mystery boxes that contains various power-ups like red and green turtle shells, mushrooms and stars:
Yay! 1st Place Photo Finish! XD
My lap stats after I finished the race.
I gotta say, this is a super fun Mario racing game. 🙂
I had a great blast playing Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed with my controller the other night. It’s a multiplayer Mario Kart-esque racing game where you can grab power-ups and weapons such as ice, fireworks, drones, and blowfish. This game has guest characters like Team Fortress, Football Manager, Alex Kidd, etc.
I managed to win a couple events at the World Tour in first place, and I also got a few achievements which are the ones for going All-Star, finishing half a second of an opponent in a Race, hitting 1st, 2nd and 3rd place with a Swarm attack, and hitting an opponent with a weapon while looking backwards. My new Steam controller should be here soon so that I can play games with it instead of my old one. 😀