Need for Speed: Porsche Unleashed


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Need for Speed Porsche Unleashed
NFS Porsche Unleashed.jpg
NFS Porsche Unleashed Cover
Developer(s)EA Canada
Publisher(s)EA
Release DatesMarch 24, 2000
GenreRacing
RatingG/PG
ModesSingle Player
Multiplayer
PlatformsPC, PSX, GBA

Contents

[edit] Background

Need for Speed: Porsche Unleashed was released in 2000. Unlike other Need for Speed games the game centre's around Porsche Sports Cars. It ranges from recent Porsches to older classics.

[edit] Cars

The range of cars featured in Porsche Unleashed consists solely of a majority of Porsches produced between 1950 and 2000, and are all divided into eras (Classic, Golden, and Modern), which are in turn divided into class ranging from 3 (lowest) to 1 (highest), with the additional Race class. Porsche Unleashed begins by offering a scattered selection of a few models across all eras, and requires that the player play both the Evolution mode and Factory Driver mode in order to gain access to cars. Purchased cars from Evolution mode would be listed in the main menu's inventory, while cars from Factory Driver (which are simply standard Porsches from different eras with custom paintwork) are awarded to the player when a particular challenge is completed successfully.

[edit] Road Legal Models

The bulk of cars featured in the game consist of road-legal Porsche sports cars, most notably those from the 356 and 911 range, which make up a sizable number of cars offered in the game. They include:

Porsche 356

Porsche 911 (original 1964-1989 series) (including Type 930)

Porsche 911 (Type 964)

Porsche 911 (Type 993)

Porsche 911 (Type 996)

Porsche 914/4

Porsche 944

Porsche 959 (1987 model)

Porsche 928 (1992 model)

Porsche Boxster (Type 986)

Two or more body variants are offered for the many in the 356 and 911 series, ranging from coup├ęs to cabriolets and targa top versions; aside the cosmetic differences, the body styles affect the handling of the car, due to their different degrees of rigidity. The game also goes includes internally different variants, such as four-wheel drive versions (known as the Carrera 4 series) for later models, which possess better handling than its rear-wheel drive counterparts. Because of this, the number of cars offered is significantly higher (an estimated total of 86 cars) than the fundamental range of models included in the game, although each car may vary in performance.

[edit] Racing Models

Porsche Unleashed includes a partial range of Porsche models that have served primarily as racing cars in real life. These models are categorized in their own class (Racing) in their respectable eras, but do not have body or performance variations.

Porsche 550 A Spyder (1956 model)

Porsche 935/78 Coupe "Moby Dick" (1978 model)

Porsche 911 GT1 Race Version (1998 model)

Porsche 911 GT2 Race Version (1997 model)

Porsche 911 GT3 Cup (1998 model)

[edit] Soundtrack

[edit] In-Game Music

Captain Ginger - Metro Gnome

Cypher - Choose Your Enemy

Cypher - Injector

Cypher - Sentient

Cypher - Twin

Morphadron - Rezidue

Morphadron - Activator

Morphadron - Let The Music Move You

Morphadron - Rock This Place

Morphadron - Stealth Run

Morphadron - Funky Phreakout

Morphadron - R U Ready

Morphadron - The Moebius

Morphadron - The UK Sound

[edit] Menu Themes

Captain Ginger - Psychonaught

Cypher - Aircon

Cypher - Orion Is Lonely

Morphadron - Dr. Know

Morphadron - Cold Fusion Power

[edit] Win Themes

Cypher - Champion

Cypher - Victory

Morphadron - Gimme The Power

Morphadron - Warm Storage

[edit] Lose Themes

Captain Ginger - Aquadelic

Cypher - Sub Zero

Morphadron - Loser

Morphadron - Hack The Planet

Victory Themes

Captain Ginger - Congrats


































This game is part of the Need for Speed Series
Preceded by
Need for Speed: V-Rally 2
This is the 7th game in the
Need for Speed Series
Succeeded by
Motor City Online
Last edited by Beta on 24 January 2011 at 11:55
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