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Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 (XBX) game cover art
Platform: Xbox
Genre: Racing (Arcade)
Developer: Electronic Arts

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10/01/2002
EU
10/25/2002
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Staff Reviews

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 review (PlayStation 2)

Reviewed October 12, 2002

Jason Venter says: "Filled with much of what made its namesake so delightful, but in larger doses, Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 stands not only as the ultimate example of what a Need for Speed title should be, but also of what any entry in the genre can hope to accomplish."
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