Chasseur ou chassé ? Vous n'aviez jamais pensé que cela aurait pu tourner comme cela. C'est maintenant à vous de devoir pénétrer ce syndicat du crime et de mettre un point final à leurs agissements. L'homme que vous recherchez est un fou du volant. C'est celui qui détient les informations dont vous avez besoin. Traquez-le.
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Chasseur ou chassé ?
Vous n'aviez jamais pensé que cela aurait pu tourner comme cela. C'est maintenant à vous de devoir pénétrer ce syndicat du crime et de mettre un point final à leurs agissements. L'homme que vous recherchez est un fou du volant. C'est celui qui détient les informations dont vous avez besoin. Traquez-le. Attention vous êtes vous-même traqué par la police. Il va falloir faire preuve de doigté.
  • Plongez dans la pègre - Aventure bourrée d'action. Faites votre boulot en gagnant les courses.
  • Poursuite sur autoroute - Courses poursuites avec la police. L'intelligence artificielle a été améliorée.
  • Monde ouvert - Parcourez le système autoroutier et découvrez la côte et 3 villes uniques.
  • Pilotage de pointe - De nouvelles motorisations vous permettent de prendre l'avantage.

Configuration requise

    • Interface : Microsoft Windows® Windows XP (SP2), Windows Vista
    • Processeur : Intel Pentium® 4 ou équivalent, 3.0 GHz ou plus rapide
    • Mémoire : XP: 512 Mo RAM / Vista: 1 Go RAM
    • Graphismes : 128 Mo ou plus, NVIDIA GeForce (6600 ou meilleure); ATI Radeon (9500 ou meilleure); Intel G45 Express Chipset
    • Pilotes : DirectX® 9.0c (inclus) et derniers pilotes compatibles
    • Disque dur : 6.0 Go
    • son : DirectX 9.0c
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Posté le : 29 novembre 2014
Le jeu est aussi en français! Cinématiques, menu...
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Posté le : 20 octobre 2014
Retrouvez les anciens NFS, la vitesse reste la même, peut-être moindre... mais retrouvez la fluidité, les voitures customizables, le monde ouvert, plus de défis... Les graphismes sont toujours tolérables...
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Posté le : 30 décembre 2014
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+ pretty cars
+ many special effects
- used completely exaggerated
- ugly route environment

+ good damage model
+ dramatic chases
- lifeless city
- unintentionally funny movies

+ polynuclear exhaust note
+ cool police radio
+ varied music
- selection of songs can not be set

+ great-made, easy entry
- the only difficulty varies greatly
- only winners get value for money

Driving Behavior:
+ allows spectacular maneuvers
+ very catchy
- very undemanding
- traction as an anvil

+ enormously obstinate cops
+ followed change the route
- stoic road traffic
- teams take too much in the pack

+ extensive paint, vinyl and bodykit range
+ fine adjustments possible
- only upgrade packages
- no individual parts

Track Design:
+ varied course layout
+ many hidden shortcuts
- too few challenges
- barely attractions

Game Size:
+ solo playtime around 30 hours
+ huge game world
+ eight varied mission types

Multiplayer: not tested

Start your car, a Nissan 240SX, sticks like a magnet on the road, because the developers have moved uncompromising driving behavior toward action. Even the beasts among the 54 original speedsters like Audi R8 or Lamborghini Murcielago can be completely tame maneuver around the curves. The driving behavior strikingly reminiscent of the console racing game Burnout series, but it does it with a murderous pace and dense road traffic calls reflexes. In contrast, plays Need for Speed: Undercover almost leisurely, and in regular cross race cars only in exceptional cases, your ideal line. In addition, because even later routes still stingy with chicanes, Undercover is clearly driving skills least demanding part of the Need for Speed series.

Because after the start of the race's first prize money and reputation. With the former, you buy tuning parts and new cars, the latter also opens up new challenges in the huge, free game world freely navigable and - new - improved your driver values. This much-heralded RPG elements disappoint all along the line. Because you do not have any influence on which increased the ten traits of character. The motivation spiral works just as well as in Most Wanted. Unlike in ProStreet also belongs to it again a real story that tells Undercover with elaborate film sequences. They are - surprise - an undercover cop in a car theft gang working upwards.

That Need for Speed: Undercover despite average graphics and Simple driving physics is still a good racing game, it owes especially its varied tasks. Time you complete a classic race, then you should rampaged a particular cause property damage or specially marked opponents (both gangsters and police) ram scrap heap. A completely new racing version is the so-called Highway Battle - a duel on the highway, where you have to depend on your competitors by at least 300 meters. Whatever the reason: In this mode, there's suddenly the previously missing dense oncoming traffic. And now it is worth also how to slow down in Most Wanted push of a button the time to accurately wind between two trucks through.

Anything that is fun, we already know from Most Wanted. Everything what is new, however, not or only moderately works, from the eyes hostile beam effects, up to much too undemanding driving behavior. Who is a good look for Need for Speed, Buy most wanted. Need for Speed returns to its roots with hokey cutscenes, wild cop chases, and solid racing action. i recommend it only for genre fans!

Score: 73 / 100

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Posté le : 8 octobre 2014
One of the most underrated series of nfs.
It has lot of cutscenes, and nice storyline to follow on.
Only two problem makes this game underrated than it has to be.
First problem is the ridiculous difficulty on some races such as I need to beat SLR Mclaren with EVO. But it is not that big because you can get pinkslips as you clear other missions and easily collect money and buy a better car.
The biggest problem is physics which breaks the game and makes player difficult or sometimes almost impossible to control the car.
But overall great game with big open world, Which is the last nfs with STORY, COPS, TUNE UPS, and FREEDRIVE.
See what happened to NFS these days. They are just burnout series with supercars. No more storyline, unique tune ups, and thrills which really suck.

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최고의 혹평을 받았던 게임인데 거기서 알수 있듯 굉장한 개적화와 썩은 물리엔진을 보여준다
썩은 물리엔진이 혈압을 오르게하지만 기본적으로 뽀샤시한 느낌과 오픈월드가 좋아서 할만은 하다.
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Posté le : 28 décembre 2014
A fully-upgraded Nissan GT-R is faster than a Buggati Veyron. So as you can guess this game is very realistic, a solid 10/10.
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Posté le : 25 novembre 2014
Other than the extremely irritating A.I. always ramping you into the walls and the citizen vehicles not knowing how to drive, this game is actually pretty fun. The graphics (for its time) are really nice looking, the selection of cars is very well done and the overall controls are fairly smooth. It is an overall good racing game. Need for speed fans should for sure pick this one up if they don’t have it already. 7/10
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Posté le : 28 décembre 2014
So... Need for Speed:Undercover, I'm impressed. Although that might just be my fanboyism for the series.
Anyways, Here is my review.

Pfft... What story? You're an undercover cop and you are trying to stop bad people from doing bad things.
In all honesty I couldn't follow the story because half the time I just wanted to skip the stupid cutscenes to get back to the action.

Need for Speed Undercover is arcade styled racing game, now that's not really THAT bad since I had no problems with it...later into the game. The truth is in the beginning your car WILL crash into a lot of walls,traffic and cops and it's weird because it never felt as infuriating when I played with a Bugatti because the thing accelerates like a beast. Basically this is what car you should buy for every tier so you don't throw your computer out the window
Tier 4

Lotus Elise - Impossible handling; you'll hardly ever use the handbrake with this car. It also has a decent acceleration. Certainly the top of its tier.

Ford Cosworth - Top speed is one of the best out of all tier 4 cars, but handling is poor. Use this if your driving style includes lots of drifting and power sliding (it's actually quite satisfying to slide around corners instead of turning)

Tier 3

Seriously, just stick with the Elise all the way till you unlock the tier 2 car shop. It's unbelievable handling will allow you to dominate most of the events along the way.

Nissan GT-R R34 - Probably the only car that is decent in all 3 stats. Still clocked a slower timing than the Elise, be it with street or race parts.

Nissan 370Z - It's wierd that the bars show the top speed of the 370Z is less than the R34. The 370Z is actually faster, but the handling is terrible. I say again. Terrible. Not as bad as the Mustang GT or Camaro Concept though.

Tier 2

Dodge Viper SRT10 - Great acceleration and top speed, and surprisingly agile considering most of the other American muscle cars can't turn for nuts. Probably the best of the lot. Only this car enabled me to dominate the master events at levels 9-12.

Porsche GT3 RS - Smoother handling than the Viper, but just a lil bit slower acceleration.

Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 - Loses out in top speed and acceleration, but seriously, its handling is second only to the Elise.

Tier 1

Chevrolet Corvette Z06 - God knows why they gave this car the highest top speed (and it pwns the others by quite a bit too), and god knows why how this car can turn like that at 200mph, and god knows why it's only $200,000 in-game. Don't think. Just take this car.

If you really want another car, go for the Zonda or McLaren - they've got quite decent acceleration and handling. I've completed the game with the Veyron, but can't say Im pleased with it considering I blasted $375,000 plus parts to get it going.

Again, No replayability. Unless you want to play the same race over and over again to buy every car you aren't going to be playing this after you finish the game.

I would say it's good but I can't. There are no people in Online but the Cops and Robbers minigame sounds fun, If you got friends who brought this game then try it out!

I never had high expectations for this game but it suprised me. The game feels smooth going at a constant 60 fps,the gameplay can feel slippery but mostly stays solid and you have some(emphasis on some) good music for you to bop your head to while racing.

I give this game a 6.5/10

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Posté le : 28 septembre 2014
great driving game, fast cars and great road response from the vehicles. A fun driving experience, heart punding rush at times....
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Posté le : 16 septembre 2014
Terrible game mechanics, it runs jerky as crap with a system well beyond its recommended settings. It's slightly less jerky than the PS3 version.

If there is any version worth checking out of NFS: Undercover it is the Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP). Its by far the best iteration to play and still not saying much.

I'm a huge fan of the early series but rather dissapointed in these later releases starting with anything after the first Most Wanted Black version. Have yet to play the Shift series with is supposed to be more simulation like.
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Posté le : 17 janvier
This game doesn't work
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Posté le : 4 octobre 2014
Impossible de jouer avec un volant. Un manquement hallucinant sur un jeu de voiture de 2008.
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Posté le : 9 décembre 2013
About 5+ years ago, I got this on release, and played this on Xbox 360. I hated it. I absolutely thought it was the worst game that could have ever been produced.

Recently I bought this at a Steam sale, thinking that I might as well just put down my $5 into some random cheap racing game, hoping it would provide even an hours entertainment. I'm so happy with this purchase. I regret my constant stream of hate.

Granted, this is definately not the pinnicle of NFS (Underground 2/Most Wanted 2005 will always be), and that's clear through some poor design desicions regarding the lack of a main menu, the fact you can't change graphics quality until you actually get to play the game (about 5 minutes of cutscenes), and even the fact that there's too much bloom and there's some weird glitches with the lights floating a la Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing.

But, with all the negatives said and done, this...this is the most fun I've had in a racing game in years. It seems like the devs tried to be as faithful as they could to Most Wanted, while still moving forward with the rest of the game. The cars control FANTASTICALLY on PC compared to console, and the selection of vehicles is awesome, especially considering the Bugatti Veyron (which, gladly thanks to the Master Events balancing the field, isn't game-breaking). The length of the game is awesome, with a huge amount of things to do. The police chases are fantastic, and polished much further than Most Wanted (admittadely though, I'll always prefer the down-right hilariously poor AI of Most Wanted's cops, and their over-the-top voice acting).

Overall, this really probably didn't recieve a lot of the backlash it got from fans. If you're a Most Wanted fan who has been disillusioned with the Need for Speed franchise as of late, you can do no harm in buying this game and reliving a time just before Criterion broke everything. And before The Run existed...
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Posté le : 26 août 2014
Despite the obvious issues with the game, such as sun glaring into tunnels through the walls and into your eyes, the skyboxes randomly spinning around you, and heavy police SUVs easily outrunning a Veyron, it is a fun game.

It's fun, but a bit too easy at times. Almost depressingly easy. So easy, you'd want to keep a lower-leveled car around just to give yourself a challenge.

No, seriously. Except for one time some dude in a Dodge Viper challenged me to a 1-on-1 race, I still outran him in a 1969 Camaro. Sure, it took me 20+ tries, but I did it.

And finally, children: Don't be afraid to alt+F4 the game if you're about to get arrested and you know you wouldn't be able to afford the impound retrieval costs. It's easier to spend a minute loading the game back up than it is getting enough money to get another car.
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Posté le : 31 juillet 2014
Most underated racing game of the past generation. Solid mechanics, great driving feel, kinda on the unglier side, but still super fun. Not as good as Most Wanted 05, but that game isn't even on Steam so this is as close as you can get.
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Posté le : 7 janvier 2014
I personally enjoyed all that Need for Speed hasto offer over the many years, but this one is one of my all time loves next to of course the Most Wanted-NfS. You are a cop undercover and must be bad to get trusted and so on, but you dont do no boring bad guy stalking stuff, all you really have to do is simply race and run from cops, the game's campain will indeed follow you on its own. Only single downside i didnt like was that there was no acheivments, other then that its near perfect.
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Posté le : 1 mars 2014
Need for Speed: Undercover is one of the best NFS games I've played yet. Sure, it's not nearly as good as Most Wanted or Carbon, but this game is still well worth the money. Although the story mode is pretty darn short (5-8 hours long), it's still very fun. Sure, you can bash the sky glitches, render distance, whatever floats your boat, but when you get used to everything, this game controls pretty smoothly, the graphics look pretty nice and the music is wonderful. Get this game for the 10 euros. I can assure you, it's gonna be well worth the money, if you're a racing game fan. 9/10
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Posté le : 16 décembre 2013
I bought this game for around 5 bucks and after finishing it I'm not completely, but very disappointed so I give this game a thumb down. Main reason for this: This game has NO replayability and you probably won't even bother to finish it. Reasons see below.

First of all: The races and missions are always depending on luck, I guess. Some races / missions are ridiculously easy, some are nearly unbeatable. Sometimes you flee from the police and you're completing the mission in under a minute and the next day you're failing at a similar mission even after ten tries. Especially the high way battles (where you have to stay ahead for x seconds or lead at least for x meters) are unfair beyond belief. Sometimes I thought a race against light itself would be easier.

Mission vary from 'Sprint', 'Curcuits', 'Getaways', 'Cop takeouts', 'Causing costs to state' (boring as hell, since you only gain XP, and no money at all) and some missions, where you always have to get away or take out some other drivers.

The "Speed braker" adds a great deal of fun to it. Which brings me to the fact that, when you hit the wall, you will ALWAYS end up being either stuck exactly when not more than 90° to the wall or completely reserved when you try to accelerate / manouver your way out. After so many hours and races it happened constantly, so I'm sure the makers thought: "Well, the game is already unfair hard, what else can we do to frustrate a gamer? How about your car gets stuck or completely reserved after hitting a wall in a tiny bend?"

And of course, like in every single racing game: ALL other racers are in one place. Meaning when you're at 1st place and you make just a tiny mistake ALL other racers will overtake you and you're last. And believe me, the other racers in the later races are getting REALLY hard and unfair, like hitting your tail and stuff. And guess what? You always have to be 1st, or you won't get any reward. Why didn't they thought of a 2nd or 3rd place, with at least a part of the money to show some appreciation of the time I spent on that race?

I also missed an "Test drive car" - option before purchasing a car. Wasting a fortune for the Bugatti Veyron (which accelerates like a rocket and steeres harder than a tank with a house on top of it (in which lives a blue whale (who ate ten tons of bricks for breakfast))) is kinda disappointing. Oh and don't expect ANY reward for finishing the game, like all cars, bling bling money, a special car, gimmick, anything else etc - you're not getting anything, except closing credits.

The tuning system is easy to use and minimalistic, except where you can buy a paint job. Worst. Interface. Ever, if you use a controller. I even had to use keyboard plus controller to do a paint job. Well done, makers, really.

The game gets harder and harder, but not in a challenging, but an ultra-unfair way which will drive you effin insane (no pun intended). I played half of the game with the first Muscle Car I got via a Pink Slip, until I could afford an Audi Quattro TT. This went good for a while. After I bought the Zonda from Tier 1 I had absolutely NO chance in a race, because I hadn't enough money to buy also both Power and Handling - "Ultimate" packs for my car, which all of the other cars obviously had. Frustrating, because I had to go back to my already maxed out Audi and finish a dozen races under my current league until I could afford the upgrades.

I also tried to cheat because I nearly smashed my controller through my LCD into the wall. Cheats are absolutely, f-word ridiculous. There is a cheat for 10.000 credits. Nice, eh, typing it in a thousand times and go shopping big time, eh? Nope. It's, like all cheats, a disposable cheat, meaning you only can use it ONCE. Like the game itself. Disposable. So in a game where cars cost about 300.000 credits and not to mention tuning and upgrade packages where you could buy a whole city, 10.000 credits as a disposable cheat ain't just quite cutting the deal. Where they drunk when they made those game plus cheats? No, they were obviously thinking about letting another good franchise going down the drain big time.

Oh, and by the way. How can you tell you're playing NFS? After you've reached your maximum speed of ~350km/h, you're gonna be overtaken. By a flying police jeep of two-and-a-half tons. And all other enemies. Speed's just a number, after all, eh?

So the longtime-fun is found somewhere else, this game has absolutely no value left after a few races or about maybe ten hours. I now own the Zonda with all upgrades and the races got too hard. Just a single minor mistake or getting hit by another driver (who drive like they're in effin Carmageddon) and you can restart all over. I mean, I'm not a pro gamer, either I'm bad at it, I just want a racing game to be fun, race now and then a few circuits, have fun. And not be frustrated more and more AFTER I have the best equipment in the game and finished it already.

Further you get stuck later in the game. I finished the game. Now own the Paganini Zonda, a Lamborghini Gallardo, an Audi Quattro TT, a Porsche GT2 and a few pink slips from other cars (which can't be sold, just be removed. Sense, please?). The latter missions will earn you 25.000 to 35.000 Credits and you will spent it all on cars,upgrades, paint jobs and aftermarket (Spoilers etc). But then, after maybe four, five fully upgraded cars there's no races left (only old ones, which will earn you peanuts of 2.000 Credits each or so), but there are still so many cars and upgrades left to try and buy.

So when all the missions and races are won, you're gonna be stuck with your 5 good, maxed out cars. And you will have to start a new game to drive all the other cars. Where are the times, when finishing a racing game unlocked the complete car list? I'm not willing to start five new games just to see, drive and have all cars in the game.

Here are also some other thoughts:

Menues: The menu is well sorted, tidied up and everything is easy to use, even with a controller. Great!

Intros: Couldn't care less about these annoying things and they are not skipable. Cutscenes are skipable, after you've played the mission once.

Graphics: Graphics are not important in a game. NFS:U is acceptable, there are games with better and worse graphics. For me (I own an older pc) they were just fine and, like said, of no importance.

Story: I couldn't care less about a story in a racing game. I mean, what's the big deal? Car, this is player, player, this is your car. Take the controller, hit the buttons, wipe the floor with your enemies and have fun. Early in the game I muted the volume of "Voice" in the menu to 0, because in one mission I had to chase someone and every two seconds a voice said "Catch on" or "Go faster!", like this wasn't the thing I was doing. Good thing after muting: All cut scenes were muted. So I didn't know what the story was all about but from what I saw the story was more boring, mediocre, filled with not B- but C- and D-movie actors.

Overall: For a small price like 5 bucks it's a great, action packed game to play now and then which will serve a few hours of fun until you experience the things I mentioned in my review.
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Posté le : 25 novembre 2013
Last intersting "Need for Speed". The following parts is trash.
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Posté le : 22 juillet 2014
this is still one of my all time favorite racing games and after turning everything up to High in the graphics it looks SO much better than i remember it from playing on XBox 360.
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Posté le : 3 décembre 2013
This is such a fantastic game, I enjoy it so much, I totally recomend buying this epic game for yourself
:D :P
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