Need For Speed Underground 2 vs Asphalt Urban GT 2.Which to ge

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    I want a DS racing game with good gameplay and graphics and can't decide between Need For Speed Underground 2 and Asphalt Urban GT 2. I have also considered GRID. PLEASE HELP!!
     
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    need for speed underground 2 = shitty controls
    asphalt urban gt 2 = nice arcade style game
    GRID = 60 FPS with track builder.

    i'd go for Asphalt and GRID.
     
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    GRID is fun, although I prefer DiRT 2. I also recommend the TrackMania games. I've spent hours on them.
     
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    The only racing game you will ever need on the DS is Mario Kart.

    /end thread
     
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    need for speed underground 2 use the basis for most realistic racing games out there. probably the best car customization in any racing game. A long story that keeps you entertained. i chose nfs underground 2
     
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    Yeah, so anyway, I personally prefer Asphalt of the two mentioned. I enjoy the uber-arcade drifting. It's a great pick-up-and-play racer with a nice variety of tracks.
     

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