Need for Speed Underground's career mode called Underground Mode features a total of 113 races. It features all race types including circuit, sprint, lap knockout, drag and drift.
You can only own one vehicle in Underground 1.
You can make a bunch of rides for quick race, but otherwise campaign doesn’t allow you to own other vehicles.
As the player completes events in Underground Mode, additional cars are unlocked at certain points of their progression. Additional cars are also rewarded for use in Quick Race as the player earns Style Points from events in Underground Mode, with certain cumulative milestones unlocking bonus cars.
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Need for Speed: Underground is a 2003 racing video game and the seventh installment in the Need for Speed series. It was developed by EA Black Box and published by Electronic Arts. Three different games were produced, one for consoles and Windows, and the other for the Game Boy Advance along with a version developed by Global VR for Arcades that was published by Konami.
Underground rebooted the franchise, ignoring the previous Need for Speed games which featured sports cars and exotics. It was the first game in the series to offer a career mode featuring a storyline, and a garage mode that allowed players to fully customize their cars with a large variety of brand-name performance and visual upgrades. All races take place in the fictional Olympic City. Rather than exotic cars, Underground featured vehicles associated with the import scene. Underground was critically and commercially successful, and was followed by Need for Speed: Underground 2 in 2004.
The player races in Olympic City in a modified Honda/Acura Integra Type R sporting wide body kits and easily winning over his opponents; only to be woken up by Samantha from his sleep. Underground features a total of 20 fully licensed cars. In contrast to previous installments that featured predominantly exotic cars, the cars in Underground are exclusively tuner-type cars. Underground is also notable for being the first game in the Need for Speed series to offer a Korean-made car as a playable car. The car in question is the Hyundai Tiburon.
Need for Speed Underground
North America: December 17, 2003
Game Boy Advance
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