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In any case, though, despite all the whining and the whimpering that you may, or may not, have noticed above, NFS3 is a great game. It's still not as good as the original NFS, but it's so much better than NFS2 that it almost makes up for the difference. It's incredibly fun to play, the multiplayer modes are a blast with high-speed chases, police chatter and a great music soundtrack. This is definitely one of the better titles of '98. If you're willing to forgo the sometimes-annoying glitches, which, I'm sure, can be eventually patched, definitely pick this one up.
First off, this game is excellent and fun. The updated visuals are appealing and the detail rendering is excellent. I don't understand why this game is receiving negative reviews. The game play is interesting and reward-based, meaning the further you advance in the game, the more cars/features you unlock (same concept from the previous NFS games). Keep in mind that you will need a decent system to fully enjoy this game (in terms of graphic rendering, etc). I have played this game for a few hours a day and not once has it crashed or locked up on me. Also, I did not notice any visual distortions while in game play, as some have mentioned.