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Easy moneyOnce you unlock you first police car (Ford Mustang) you will be able to enter Chasedown mode. To complete this you must ram your target car until it is disabled. After that you will receive between $19,000 to $22,000Fast reverse speedThe Lamborghini Murcielago can drive in reverse faster than any other car. Put it in reverse and get up to about 5 or 6 mph. While still holding Square, hold X as well. The car will soon be going well over 100 mph, but will be difficult to control.Losing policeIn Career mode, go to the Tri-City world map and pan to Sunset Hills (Upper City). On the right hemisphere of that map fraction, there should be a road that turns left then suddenly ends. In case of a sudden pursuit, rush to that point immediately. There should be an open bridge. Ramp over it. The other police cannot go over. For easier navigation, direct the GPS to a Pursuit Breaker closest to that point. Note: You will have to go well over 160 km/h to cross the bridge.NOS confusionI suggest Duration in choosing between Duration and Velocity because when your trying to gain the first position and you put on the NOS with velocity you may get in th first place but if you crash. The other racers will get ahaid of you and filling the nos again takes sometime.Perfect launchWatch your tachometer when at the starting line. Get your needle in the blue right when the race starts to get a perfect launch and gain some time against your opponents.Quick startAt the starting line, get the tachometer needle into the blue just when the race starts. You will have a quick start and gain some time on your opponents.Recommended carsStart your career with Mitsubishi Eclipse GT. Install ONLY nos and suspension and looks if desired. Win races till you unlock Porche Cayman S. This time only install nos, turbo, suspension and transmission. Then buy Porche 911 GT 2. Install everything. Finally take a CCX (you can't upgrade it, don't ask me why). Submitted by RanjevVarious CodesInsert the cheats listed below on the left into the in-game cheats menu to unlock the corresponding car (or other goodies) listed on the right.PasswordEffect %%$3/\"$10,000 in-game 0;5M2;Lexus IS F -KJ3=ELotus Elise P:COLNissan 240SX !2ODBJ:Volkswagen R32More Cheats, Tips & Secrets All Cheats & Tips for PlayStation 2... All Cheats & Tips for All Platforms...Recently added games to Cheating Domevar cpmstar_rnd=Math.round(Math.random()*999999);var cpmstar_pid=952;document.writeln(\"\");
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Need for Speed: Undercover is a 2008 racing video game, and is the twelfth installment in the Need for Speed series. Developed by EA Black Box and published by Electronic Arts, it was released on November 18, 2008, for the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation Portable, Nintendo DS, and a number of mobile phone platforms. An edition of the game for iOS was later released on April 27, 2009. The game sees players conducting illegal street races within the fictional Tri-City Area, with the main mode's story focused on the player operating as an undercover police officer to investigate links between a criminal syndicate, stolen cars, and street racers.
In Career mode, players take on the role of an undercover police officer seeking to break up a syndicate operating within the underground street race world. Like Most Wanted, players achieve this by completing both Racing Events and Pursuit events - the majority of events in this mode include the opportunity to \"dominate\" them by completing them faster than a specified time record for domination. In Undercover, progress in the story involves completing events that not only earn money, but also experience (or Wheelman Rep) and a special performance bonus - these bonuses either improve the player's driving abilities with all cars or provide other bonuses to the player's playthrough (i.e. an increase in race earnings). Earning enough experience levels up the player's Wheelman level, unlocking a larger performance bonus, new cars and upgrade parts, as well additional events including Jobs - special story-based missions in which the player must complete a specific task such as taking down a criminal's car. Police pursuits in this mode function like in previous editions, though the player's Wheelman level directly impacts how aggressive the police are when in pursuit of the player; the higher the level, the more tactics and vehicle types used in the pursuit.
The player, an undercover police officer for the Tri-City Bay Police Department (TCBPD), is called in to Palm Harbor police station by their superior Lt. Jack Keller (Paul Pape). The player is informed that their current investigation into the region's underground street racing world is to be joined by Inspector Chase Linh (Maggie Q), a federal agent of the FBI, who wants to bring down an international criminal syndicate operating in the region that is involved in smuggling stolen cars. The player is instructed to pose as a new street racer and join in on major illegal street races, along with gaining infamy with the TCBPD, in order to secure entry into the syndicate. The player achieves this by being recruited into a gang that works with the syndicate, run by Hector Maio (Kurt Caceres) and his brother Zack (Joshua Alba). At the same time, they befriend Carmen Mendez (Christina Milian), a member of the gang. The brothers quickly assign the player to steal cars for them during their racing activities. Upon completing the jobs, Chase instructs the player to arrest the gang, including the brothers.
The player is forced to flee from the TCBPD upon being wanted for the killings, but finds support from Keller. On his instructions, they proceed to take down Chase before she can flee the region, as it is the only way to clear their name. After successfully arresting Chase, Keller commends the player for their hard work at recovering the evidence and managing to not forget themselves during their undercover work, informing them that Carmen made a plea bargain with him in exchange for her testimony against the arrested crews. Some time later, the player meets with Carmen to give them a ride to the local university where she is studying as a med student.
The reception to the live-action cutscenes was almost universally negative, with many critics noting that the videos were poorly acted and lacked purpose. Some compared the cutscenes to a Michael Bay or Roland Emmerich film. The lack of connection between the crime fighting undercover cop story and the racing game play was particularly criticized by IGN who said, \"You ... run missions where you steal cars, make 'special' deliveries and things like this now and again, but you never actually see any sequences that show how the cops are putting the evidence together or anything of that sort. Chase Linh will tell you [what] you need to do to get on the inside of a racing group in order to get dirt on them, and then after a race she'll say 'We have enough, let's move in.' [But you're left asking: How did that help at all]\" Finally, the in-game frame rate received little praise, and GameSpot particularly criticized the PS3 version for this problem resulting in a lower score on the platform compared to the Xbox 360 and PC versions.
Developer(s): Exient EntertainmentPublisher(s): Electronic ArtsGenre: RacingWikipedia: LinkGame review links: GameRankings: 58/100, Metacritic: 55/100Game description: Need for Speed: Undercover has players racing through speedways, dodging cops and chasing rivals as they go deep undercover to take down an International crime syndicate. The game heralds the return of high-intensity police chases and introduces the all-new 'Heroic Driving Engine' -- a unique technology that generates incredible high-performance moves at 180 miles per hour during breathtaking highway battles. A mix of computer graphics and live-action movies immerses gamers in the rich world of the Tri-City Bay Area. The city's open-world environment features over 80 miles of roads, including an enormous highway system that sets the stage for highway battles. These high-speed, high-stake chase sequences push players to the limit as they fight off cops and opponents while whipping through traffic at 180 miles per hour. An intelligent new A.I. mechanic delivers a realistic and high-energy action driving experience. Going back to the franchise's roots, Need for Speed Undercover features more aggressive and intelligent cops whose sole purpose is to take down the player quickly and by any means necessary. Need for Speed Undercover also features the series' signature car customization, real-world damage and realistic driving physics. The game includes some of the hottest licensed cars such as the Audi R8, BMW M6 and Lexus IS-F.The player is set in the story as a police officer, who goes undercover into the criminal underground of Tri-City, a fictional city where the game is based. The player has to take on dangerous 'jobs' and compete in races in order to infiltrate and take down a ruthless international crime smuggling syndicate, consisting of illegal street racers and car thieves. The player's only contacts to the police are federal handler Chase Linh, played by Maggie Q, and later Lt. Jack M. Keller played by Paul Pape. 1e1e36bf2d