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    Need for Speed Underground 2

    Game » consists of 14 releases. Released Nov 15, 2004

    EA's Need for Speed series returns for it's second iteration of illegal street racing in Underground 2. New to this game is the ability to roam around an open-world city,newer racing modes like Street X and URL and much deeper customisation.

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    Need for Speed Underground 2 last edited by AlexB4tman on 12/07/21 08:37AM View full history

    Electronic Arts brings back the import-tuning illegal street racing culture back into it's Need For Speed series with Underground 2. Like the original Underground, the sequel focuses more on the underground street racing rather than the series' traditional circuit racing. The biggest addition to Underground 2 is the ability to freely roam around in the game's open-world city. Also, there are newer racing modes like Street X and URL and a much deeper and greater customization option than the original. Underground 2 includes the voice acting talent of various celebrity models like Brooke Burke and Kelly Brook.

    Official Soundtrack

    Artists A-Z

    • Capone- I Need Speed
    • Chingy- I Do
    • Christopher Lawrence- Rush Hour
    • Cirrus- Back On a Mission
    • Felix Da Housecat- Rocket Ride
    • Fluke- Switch/Twitch
    • Helmet- Crashing Foreign Cars
    • Killradio - Scavenger
    • Killing Joke - The Death & Resurrection Show
    • Ministry - No W
    • Mudvayne - Determined
    • Paul Van Dyk - Nothing But You (Cirrus Remix)
    • Queens of the Stone Age- In My Head
    • Rise Against - Give it All
    • Septembre - I am Weightless
    • Skindred - Nobody
    • Sly Boogy - That’z My Name
    • Sin - Hard EBM
    • Snapcase - Skeptic
    • Snoop Dogg feat. the Doors - Riders On The Storm (Fredwreck Remix)
    • Sonic Animation- E-Ville
    • Spiderbait - Black Betty
    • Terror Squad - Lean Back
    • The Bronx - Notice of Eviction
    • Unwritten Law - The Celebration Song
    • Xzibit -LAX


    • Acura RSX
    • Audi A3
    • Audi TT
    • Cadillac Escalade
    • Ford Focus
    • Ford Mustang
    • Hummer H2
    • Hyundai Tiburon
    • Mazda RX7
    • Lexus IS300
    • Lincoln Navigator
    • Mazda RX8
    • Mazda MX5 / Miata
    • Mitsubishi Eclipse
    • Nissan 240SX
    • NIssan Sentra
    • Nissan Skyline GTR 
    • Pontiac GTO
    • Toyota Celica
    • Toyota Corolla
    • Toyota Supra
    • Vauxhall Corsa
    • Volksagen Golf
    • Mistubishi Lancer Evo VIII
    • Mitsubishi 3000GT
    • Nissan 350Z
    • Peugeot 206
    • Subaru Impreza WRX STi

    American and Canadian versions of the game do not have the Vauxhall Corsa. They have a different car, which is the Honda Civic.


    The game sold 9 million copies and was a best-seller on each of the consoles. Reviews for the game were positive but there was several things that were criticized. Among those were having to drive for to long to get to races, bad voiceacting and strong product placement for companies with no connection to auto racing for example Cingular, which was integrated into the game's messaging system. Another thing that was criticized was the GameCube versions framerate issues and inferior graphics.

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