Need for Speed Carbon - Own the City is the first handheld Need for Speed game to feature free roam police pursuits and the only handheld Need for Speed game to have an option to free roam the city.
There is multiple ways that you can make them chase you.
1. You cause havoc during free roam.
2. You hit the police car or another car when there a cop is around.
3. You take a shortcut or leave a shortcut when a cop is around.
4. You crash into a wall/railing etc. when a cop is around.
Download the official Need for Speed Carbon – Own the City ROM in the (USA and European) version for the Game Boy Advance handheld consoles. To fully utilize a GBA ROM game, use our Cheats, Rom Hacks and GBA Roms sections. You can open the Need for Speed Carbon – Own the City ROM or GBA file by Installing VisualBoyAdvance on Windows, MAC, Linux, Android or IOS/iphone.
Need for Speed: Carbon – Own The City is a handheld release based off of Need for Speed: Carbon. It was released for the PlayStation Portable, Nintendo DS, Game Boy Advance, and Zeebo. Compared to Need for Speed: Carbon, it greatly differs in terms of gameplay and settings. The story begins with the player taking part in an illegal street race with their brother, Mick (full name Michael Rogers, according to the tombstone), and a couple of other racers in a bid to decide who owns the city.
A massive car crash occurs during the race that leaves the player in hospital with amnesia and kills Mick. The city is divided into different crew territories whilst the player is in hospital. The player wakes up to be greeted by Mick’s girlfriend, Sara; and Mick’s most loyal wingman, Carter, in the hospital. They visit Mick’s grave and help the player to recall their memories of the night the race took place.
Set in Coast City, the road network of the city is based off of Rockport from Need for Speed: Most Wanted, although Coast City does not feature the layout of Camden Beach. Need for Speed: Carbon – Own The City does not feature Autosculpt, Canyons, or Drift events. It is the first handheld Need for Speed game to feature free roam police pursuits and the only handheld Need for Speed game to have an option to free roam the city.
Need for Speed Carbon - Own the City
North America: October 30, 2006
Game Boy Advance
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