Need For Speed underground 2(200MB) HIGH COMPRESSED | HCG

Need For Speed underground 2(200MB) HIGH COMPRESSED


NFS Underground 2 is unique among the games in the Need for Speed series in that players have to travel to a certain part of the city to start a race. Most races are marked on the game's radar, but some are hidden and the player must look for them if he decides to play them.Once a stage is completed, all race locations for that stage are removed from the map and a new set of race locations is placed on the map for the next stage. In the garage, a "World Map" feature includes a shopping menu for all previous stages. The menu indicates completed or unfinished races, and the player can select any race from the previous stages. from the menu. After completing steps 2 to 5, there will always be 8 sponsor races that will not be completed, since a player must choose a single step sponsor and can only participate in 3 of the 11 unique sponsor races. which leaves 8 unfinished sponsor races at the end of each stage. These can only be executed with World Map. Due to a game bug, if you organize an uncompleted race from the world map, no credit will be awarded unless the player uses the restart at least once during the race. The restart can be done from the beginning of the race to obtain a credit for the victory.A race in circuit is a standard race involving up to four cars driving on a track that bounces off its starting line. A race on a circuit usually includes a maximum of four rounds and a minimum of two rounds. A sprint race is similar to a circuit race, except that the track does not return to the starting line. It is a point-to-point race involving up to four vehicles. Street X races are similar to track races, but they run on closed courses, close to drifting tracks, and there is no nitrous.Drift is one of the easiest types of racing in Underground 2. One difference from drift mode over the original Need for Speed Underground is that the drifter drifts with other competitors at the same time. 

Players race against up to three competitors. Points are awarded when the player slips the car and finishes the drift without touching the walls or traffic. Like Street X mode, no nitrous oxide is allowed. There are also some special downhill drifting races where the player starts at the top of a hill and has to slide up and down, the drift equivalent of a sprint race. In these races, there are no other runners, but there is normal urban traffic. The players increase their points by sliding in front of the city cars. Drag racing is a point-to-point race that requires players to use a manual transmission. 

The customization in Underground 2 has been considerably extended compared to the previous iterations of the series. Vinyls and decals can also be added, as well as car stereos, hydraulic systems, nitrous bottles and neon lights under the radiation. Most visual modifications of the car have no real effect on the vehicle's performance. Public address systems, for example, could be installed in the trunk of cars, but would serve no purpose other than visual cues. Hydraulics can be used in combination with nitrile at the start of a race, which can lead to a wheelie and, for some cars, a better launch. The performance and handling of the car are affected by aesthetic changes such as spoilers and hoods, which affect the support force of the car. Better spoilers allow better adjustment of the support force management at the front and rear of the vehicle. Visual upgrades increase the visual rating of cars, up to 10.0. At least one car in a career garage needs to be visually upgraded to a 10.0 rating in order to unlock the 10 DVD events, and each step requires a required number of DVD events.

system requirements :

  • CPU: Pentium III or Athlon XP
  • CPU SPEED: 933 mMHz
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • OS: Windows 98/98SE/ME/2000/XP
  • VIDEO CARD: AGP Video Card with 32 MB and a DirectX 8.1 compatible driver (GeForce2+ /Radeon 7500+)
  • DVD-ROM: 8X Speed DVD-ROM



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