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The Best Cars and Tracks in Need for Speed Underground 2


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Modes




Need for Speed Underground 2 had several modes to choose from, depending on the player's preference and mood. The main mode was the career mode, which followed the story of the player's character as they tried to become the best street racer in Bayview. The career mode had a variety of events, such as circuit races, sprint races, drag races, drift races, street X races, URL races, and outrun races. The career mode also had a reputation system that affected the player's progress and access to new content. The player could also earn money by winning races, completing sponsor contracts, finding hidden money bags, and selling cars.


The game also had a quick race mode, which allowed players to play any event or track they had unlocked in the career mode. The quick race mode had four sub-modes: race, drift, drag, and outrun. The game also had an online mode, which enabled players to compete with other players around the world via the internet or a local area network. The online mode had various options and settings to customize the matches and chat with other players.


Features




Soundtrack




One of the most memorable aspects of Need for Speed Underground 2 was its soundtrack. The game featured over 30 songs from various artists and genres, such as rock, hip hop, electronic, and metal. Some of the artists included Snoop Dogg, Xzibit, Chingy, Queens of the Stone Age, Killradio, Rise Against, and The Doors. The game also had a radio system that allowed players to switch between different stations and playlists. The game also had an option to play custom music from the player's own library.


Graphics




Need for Speed Underground 2 was praised for its graphics and visual effects. The game had a realistic and detailed representation of Bayview and its surroundings. The game also had impressive lighting and shadow effects that changed according to the time of day and weather conditions. The game also had dynamic reflections and blur effects that enhanced the sense of speed and motion. The game also had realistic car models and animations that showed the damage and customization of the cars.


Easter eggs




Need for Speed Underground 2 also had some easter eggs and hidden features that added some fun and humor to the game. For example, the game had some hidden shops that sold special parts and accessories for the cars. The game also had some magazine covers that featured the player's car if they completed certain challenges or milestones. The game also had some references to other games and media in its dialogue and environment. For example, one of the characters in the game was named Rachel Teller, which was a nod to Rachel Bilson, who played Summer Roberts in The O.C., a popular TV show at the time.


Versions




Differences between platforms




Platform


Features


PC


The PC version was considered the best version of the game in terms of graphics, performance, and customization. It had the highest resolution, frame rate, and texture quality. It also had the most options and settings to adjust the game to the player's preference. It also had the most cars and parts available for customization. It also had the most online features and modes, such as LAN, chat, leaderboards, and tournaments. It also had the most support for mods and fan-made content.


PlayStation 2


The PlayStation 2 version was similar to the PC version in terms of gameplay and content, but had some differences in graphics and performance. It had a lower resolution, frame rate, and texture quality. It also had some loading times and glitches. It also had fewer cars and parts available for customization. It also had fewer online features and modes, such as chat, leaderboards, and tournaments. It also had less support for mods and fan-made content.


Xbox


The Xbox version was also similar to the PC version in terms of gameplay and content, but had some advantages and disadvantages in graphics and performance. It had a higher resolution, frame rate, and texture quality than the PlayStation 2 version, but lower than the PC version. It also had some loading times and glitches. It also had fewer cars and parts available for customization than the PC version, but more than the PlayStation 2 version. It also had fewer online features and modes than the PC version, but more than the PlayStation 2 version. It also had less support for mods and fan-made content than the PC version, but more than the PlayStation 2 version.


GameCube


The GameCube version was the least popular and successful version of the game in terms of graphics, performance, and content. It had the lowest resolution, frame rate, and texture quality of all versions. It also had the most loading times and glitches. It also had the fewest cars and parts available for customization of all versions. It also had no online features or modes at all. It also had no support for mods or fan-made content at all.


Nintendo DS


The Nintendo DS version was a handheld version of the game that was released in 2005. It was a completely different game from the other versions in terms of graphics, performance, and content. It had a 3D graphics engine that was impressive for a handheld device at the time, but still inferior to the console versions. It also had a touch screen interface that allowed players to control their cars and customize them with a stylus. It also had some exclusive features and modes, such as nitrous oxide refills, dyno tuning, wireless multiplayer, and a new storyline.


Game Boy Advance


The Game Boy Advance version was another handheld version of the game that was released in 2004. It was also a completely different game from the other versions in terms of graphics, performance, and content. It had a 2D graphics engine that was similar to the previous Need for Speed games on the Game Boy Advance, but with some improvements. It also had a simple interface that allowed players to control their cars and customize them with buttons. It also had some exclusive features and modes, such as nitrous oxide refills, car swapping, link cable multiplayer, and a new storyline.


Remastered version




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