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Need For Speed underground 2[200MB] HIGH COMPRESSED |

NFS UNDERGROUND 2 High Compressed  

In free mode, the player can challenge specific opposing cars in a "run away", where the goal is to start a run and then travel 300 meters (1,000 ft) from the opponent's car. The player can choose when he / she can start to exit and can find any way out and / or use tactics to achieve this goal, provided they are in the lead. Each phase, including the introduction phase, has a limited number of races that a player can win. For example, in the introduction phase where the player drives Rachel's car, 3 races can be won. After winning the number of departures allowed for a platform, the opposing cars stop appearing. After completing a race, there is no limit to the number of wins allowed. Depending on the stage, after winning a certain number of races, the player is rewarded with a single run. Some states allow a player to create a series of execution sequences, rewarding the player with several unique parts. The execution mode is similar to the Tokyo Extreme Racer and Wangan Midnight video games, which use health bars instead of distances to determine the winner.

In addition to the career modes included in previous Underground games, Underground 2 offers four new race variations. A career mode was eliminated, which are knockout contests. Nevertheless, a lap tip option is available when running on the circuit in non-race races. Underground 2 is unique among the games for Need for Speed   series, as it requires a player to drive to a certain location in the city to start the race . Most races are marked on the game's radar, but some are hidden and the player will have to find them if he decides to play them.

 Once any stage is completed, all race location icons of that stage are removed from the map and a new set of race location icons is placed on the map for the next stage. In the garage, there is a "World Map" feature that includes a racing menu for all previous stages, with the menu indicating which race has been completed or not, and the player can select any race stage After completing the first stage 2 to stage 5 to run the menu, there will always be 8 sponsor races that will not be completed, as a player must choose only one sponsor per stage and only 11 unique matches. The organizer can run 3 of the races. Not completed at the end of each stage except 8 sponsor races. 

These can only be executed with the world map. Due to a game error, if a race is not completed from the world map, no credit  will be awarded unless players use a restart at least once during the race. The race can be resumed at the start of the race to get the credit for the win.A circuit race is a standard race consisting of four cars that run on a track that returns to its own starting line. A circuit run is usually a maximum of four turns and a minimum of 2 turns. The sprint race is similar to a circuit race, except that the track does not return to the starting line. It is a point-to-point race involving a maximum of four vehicles. Street X mode is similar to circuit races, except that they occur on closed and narrow tracks. A maximum of 4 runners participate in this event. This mode disables the use of nitrous oxide. Street X uses the sand used in Underground 1 for the drift race.One of the easiest types of running in Underground 2. On "parked" tracks, the player moves with 3 contestants at the same time. Points are awarded when the player slides the car successfully and finishes each drift without hitting any walls or traffic. Like Street X mode, nitrous oxide is not allowed. 

There are also downstream drift incidents in which the player drifts the car while moving from top to bottom. On the descent, there are no other corridors, but normal city traffic. Players make their point by sliding through city cars. Early downhill drift events. Dragon racing may have been inspired by Dragon racing is a point-to-point race that forces a player to use a manual transmission. In this mode the direction is straightforward to allow for lane changes, while the game handles the direction along the lane, and the player focuses more on maintaining optimal car speed. The nitrous oxide meter is enlarged and shown on the left side of the screen.

System Requirements 

  • CPU: Pentium III or Athlon XP
  • CPU SPEED: 933 mMHz
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • OS: Windows 98/98SE/ME/2000/XP
  • VIDEO CARD: AGP Video Card with 32 MB and a DirectX 8.1 compatible driver (GeForce2+ /Radeon 7500+)
  • DVD-ROM: 8X Speed DVD-ROM



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