NFS Most Wanted One of my most favourite games by EA.Heavy Graphics and Reality can b easily observed and can enchant even anyone playin the game.The story line is quite good and the rising competition even addicts the player more in to the game.Also EA has a good swat AI which becomes quite harsh as we climb the blacklist.I prefer NFS MW more than MFS Carbon and Prostreet(Latest NFS series game).Only the sad point is the game is staged at day....while most of us like underground racing at night with those flashing ,eyecatching Neons.

Need for Speed: Most Wanted (NFS:MW) is a multiplatform racing video game, developed by EA Black Box and first released by Electronic Arts for the United States on 15 November 2005. It is part of the Need for Speed series of games. The game reintroduces police chases into a large body of the game's street racing-oriented gameplay, with certain (but not all) customization options from the Need for Speed: Underground series. It is possible that this game's plot is somehow linked to Need For Speed: Underground 2 due to the fact that the word "Bayview" was mentioned in the game, and that Rog mentions the player has come from "the underground" when he races him at the beginning of the game. The game is also succeded by Need for Speed: Carbon, which serves as a sequel to Most Wanted.
Most Wanted has been released for Windows-based personal computers, the PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube, Xbox, Xbox 360 (as a launch title), Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS and mobile phones. Another version of Most Wanted, titled Need for Speed: Most Wanted: 5-1-0 has been released for the PlayStation Portable.
'Black Edition', a collector's edition of Most Wanted, was released in celebration of the Need for Speed series' tenth anniversary and in conjunction with the release of Most Wanted. The Black Edition features additional races, bonus cars and other additional content. The Black Edition also comes with a special feature DVD that contains interviews and videos about the game. The Black Edition was released for both the PC, PlayStation 2 and Xbox in the United States and Australia;only the PlayStation 2 version of Black Edition was released additionally for Europe.
The player arrives at Rockport City, fresh out of the underground racing world, with a heavily-tuned BMW M3 GTR. Following Mia Townsend (played by Josie Maran), the player proves his driving prowess as he is pursued by a veteran police officer named Cross, who vows to take down the player.
Races seems to be in the player's favor until a particular group of racers, led by the game's antagonist Razor, sabotage the player's car and seize the coveted BMW. Without a car to escape in, the player is arrested by Cross, but is later released due to lack of evidence.Mia picks up the player and then informs the player about Razor's new status on the Blacklist (a group of drivers most wanted by the Rockport Police Department). She then helps the player by assisting the player in acquiring a new car and working his way up the aforementioned Blacklist. Rivals are defeated one by one, warranting a sizable reputation and comparable rides with every Blacklist member taken down. She also sets up safehouses for the player to lie low in throughout Rockport as new boroughs are accessed, in exchange for placement of "side bets" on the player's races.
The final challenge for the #1 spot on the Blacklist pits the player in a race against Razor, with the player emerging as the victor, thus reclaiming the BMW. When Razor refuses to relinquish ownership of the car and attacks Mia, who took the keys from him, she subdues him and in doing so she is revealed to be an undercover police officer. Mia throws the keys to the player, and orders him to escape the incoming police force. Razor is taken into custody and the player is pursued by the entire Rockport Police Department under the command of Cross. The player manages to slip away from Cross and abandons Rockport City by launching the BMW over an old incomplete bridge that Mia points out to the player in a last phone call.
After the player's escape, Cross brings up the player's rap sheet and adds him to the National Most Wanted List. In addition to Razor, the entire Blacklist is arrested with the "help" of the player.