This is the last game I would've thought that could have made me consider moral choices in games. But alas, I feel bad at times playing this game given my choices.
Take the Jiggoseum for example, there's a few Jiggy challenges that require you to win a race against Trophy Thomas around the track. I assume the game wants you to build a car that is fast, has lots of fuel and can jump hurdles.
I assumed they might disable wings for the challenge, but no. So I made the fastest aeroplane I could, screamed around the track with no problems with obstacles and thrashed everyone to get the TT Trophy.
Should I feel bad?
I know going back and getting Trophies for the early Jiggy's with super-powered cars can be fun, but I feel like I'm cheating using planes in obviously car-based challenges.
This is the brightest moment in the shining light of the NFS series. Now that they've canned it after the horrible ProStreet, they need to return to these roots. NFS:MW is the best series, and Razor by far the best villain!
Combine him with Brooke Burke as your narrator and you've got yourself instant win.
I forgot his first name was "Clarence" though, hahahaha.