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I am so thankful for your donations, all of the companies that advertise with us, all of our sponsors, and more here at Family Friendly Gaming. Thanks to ya’ll we had the money to purchase Need for Speed Heat on the Xbox One. This franchise continues to lose its way in terms of being family friendly. The ESRB misses the mark yet again, and I come away thinking it could have been so much better.

Need for Speed Heat looks amazing. I love the graphics. The right side or the left side of the road light up showing us the edges when we are racing. We can pick day or night time racing. Day time racing is legal, and night time racing is illegal. There is a standard criminal versus police storyline where we play the criminal in Need for Speed. Most objects in Need for Speed are breakable allowing us to race longer.

The bad content within Need for Speed Heat is lack of attire, enticement to lust, bad language, offensive lyrics, annoying music, violence, and more. Need for Speed Heat requires the player to break the law. Need for Speed Heat promotes being evil, and tries to celebrate rebellion against the authorities God allowed into place. Police are shown as bad and the criminals are shown as good. No wonder so many gamers hate the police. Games like Need for Speed Heat brainwash us into that radical, extremist far leftist belief set.

I hate having to agree to all of their terms before using the product I have already paid for and cannot take back. Need for Speed Heat lets us play online or solo. This game is hard even on easy at first. Once I got used to the controls and installed nitro it got easier. I don’t get all of the bad language. It really ruins what could have been a much better game.

There is quite a bit of smack talk in Need for Speed Heat. A big part of Need for Speed Heat is making a name for yourself. It is obnoxious trying to escape the police in Need for Speed Heat. The map shows where to go but it can be hard to see where to turn especially at high speeds. Need for Speed Heat had potential but squandered it.
- Paul


Graphics: 59%
Sound: 55%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 62%
Family Friendly Factor: 56%

System: PC/PS4/Xbox One(tested)
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Developer: Ghost Games
Rating: ‘T’ - THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Language, Mild Violence}

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