Need for Speed ProStreet is a part of the Need for Speed racing video game series. ProStreet was developed by EA Black Box and Exient Entertainment. It was published EA and released in 2007 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii. Need for Speed ProStreet is the eleventh game in the Need for Speed series. ProStreet was added to the series after Need for Speed Carbon.
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- Buy the game.
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The defining factor of Need for Speed ProStreet is the removal of illegal street racing. The gameplay in ProStreet includes races on closed tracks only. There are actually four types of races split up by game modes; drag mode, grip mode, speed mode, and drift mode.
The drag race game mode in Need for Speed ProStreet is the most basic of all of the racing modes. The drivers will race around the track in an attempt to be the first to finish the distance. There are three distances for the drag race; a quarter of a mile, half a mile, and one full mile.
Whichever driver has the fastest time wins the race. There's also a wheelie competition where the drivers try to make it the longest while doing a wheelie down the quarter mile race track.
The grip races in Need for Speed ProStreet are also divided into four types; normal grip, grip class, sector shoot out, and time attack. No matter which type of grip race it is the player had the option to race in one of two styles. They can either race in a rough manner where they purposely crash into the opponent to throw them off of the track.
The other way of playing is to race according to the rules where they stay inside the lines and don't target the other drivers. The normal grip races race a maximum of 8 drivers and they race around a circuit track to have the quickest time to get 2 to 4 laps. The grip class race takes 8 racers and splits them up into 2 groups.
The groups are split up based on the skill of the driver. The least skilled group will begin the race with a 10 second lead. Even though they're on the same race track the drivers are only racing against the players in their group.
Time attack is perhaps the simplest race mode in Need for Speed ProStreet because it's a rave around one lap on a circuit track. The winner is simply the driver to make it around a complete circuit with the shortest time.
The final race mode in Need for Speed ProStreet is the sector shoutout mode. The race track is divided into several sections. The goal is to be the quickest driver for each of the sections. It's possible for different drivers to get the fastest times for the different segments. It's also possible for one driver to have the shortest time for each segment through the entire track. In that case the driver would earn bonus points.
Need for Speed: ProStreet
Game Name: Need for Speed: ProStreet
Developer(s): EA Black Box, EA Canada, Rovio Mobile
Publisher(s): Electronic Arts
Platform(s): Microsoft Windows PC, Mac OS X, Nintendo DS, PS 2, PS 3, PlayStation Portable, Xbox, Xbox 360, GameCube, Mobile phone, Zeebo, Arcade
Release date(s): October 31st, 2006
PEGI Rating: 12+
Mode(s): Singleplayer, multiplayer