need for speed titleIt was a long time coming, but the greatest iPhone racer of them all has arrived in the App Store.

We first caught wind of an iPhone installment of EA's highly popular and long-running racing franchise back in August, and after several delays, Need For Speed Undercover [App Store] has finally arrived.  Was it worth the wait?  Most definitely.  Let's take a look.

NFS Undercover, in keeping with much of the franchise, is a mission-based racer, as opposed to the 'round-the-track variety.  As the title might suggest, you play the role of an undercover wheel man infiltrating a series of street racer / chop-shop gangs to try and bust an auto theft ring wide open.  Your point person is a seductive get-the-job-done savvy operative who guides you from mission to mission and gang to gang.  And the key to it all?  Own the road, screw with the cops, and just generally cause mayhem to build street cred.

need for speed screen

Getting the job done involves taking part in various types of street confrontations, including Circuit Races, Highway Battle, Cop Takeout, and Sprint -- there're eight in all.  Sometimes the only objective is to cause as much public property damage as possible in the course of a run.  And that, I can tell you, is a whole lot of fun.

Your weapons of choice are many: Ponitac Firebird, Porsche Carrera GT, Nissan Z34, Lamborghini Gallardo, Pagani Zonda F, and many more.  Each have their own distinct characteristics and can be purchased, along with handling, speed, nitro upgrades, and the like, with cash won from various street competitions.  It's rough out on the mean streets, but there's cash to be won -- and lots of it.

need for speed shopThe game features fairly obvious controls that work quite well.  Your car accelerates from stop to maximum speed automatically, so there's no accelerator to speak of.  Tap the screen to brake.  Swipe upwards to engage nitro boost.  Swipe downwards to enter a slow-motion mode that lasts but a short period but can be of considerable help when barreling through a busy intersection under the glow of a red light.

Graphically the game is superb.  It takes me back to the first time I saw Gran Turismo on the original Playstation (though NFS Undercover looks much nicer) and found it hard to believe what I was seeing onscreen.  The quality, animation flow, and overall "tightness" of the graphics are truly far more suggestive of a PSP title than an App Store release.  (We're finally getting there!)  The menu system and effects are top notch, as well.  The car models, with reflective windshields and paint jobs, whizzing through the game's various high quality environments, are highly realistic and really give the game a top-notch feel.  And that's not to mention the big-studio caliber sound effects and music tracks.  It's polished, tight, and clean -- an iPhone dream title, in short.

img_0014In the area of complaints, I can't really offer much, though a few roll-your-eyes moments do arise from the game's live action cut-scenes.  The drama is laid on pretty thick and, after a while, it just becomes amusing to watch those actors seriously fume about the street battleground scenarios.  But it's nothing so bad as to warrant a dodge of the title.

Need for Speed Undercover is easily the best iPhone racer in the App Store and one of the best iPhone titles -- period.  In digging into the game for this review, I spent a notable amount of time playing on my daily commute to and from the office.  I received three separate comments from fellow commuters regarding the visuals dancing across my iPhone's screen.  "That's not an iPhone is it?!"  And, really, it's no wonder.  This is a game that every racing fan needs to own and is well worth the price of admission.

EA really knocked one out of the park with Need For Speed Undercover.  A title definitely worth the wait.

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Game Details
Name: Need for Speed Undercover (v1.1.28) Price: $9.99 [Buy]
Developer: Electronic Arts
Size: 92.3 MB
Device: Tested on iPhone 3G
Need for Speed Undercover is, hands down, the best iPhone racer in the App Store.  It is a showcase game that features some of the best graphics and animation ever seen on the iPhone.  NFS Undercover makes your iPhone feel like a PSP.  Not to be missed.

TouchArcade Rating

  • sticktron

    I would agree with "knocked it out of the park" IF it had multiplayer and free roam (or at least free race) modes.

  • sticktron

    I would agree with "knocked it out of the park" IF it had multiplayer and free roam (or at least free race) modes.

  • Marc

    Fine, you win. Heading to itunes store for purchase along with Tiger Woods. You guys know how to gush 'til I can't hold out any longer :)

  • http://www.honglong.co.uk honglong1976

    I agree 100%. Its the best iPhone racing game. Period!

    Playability is what counts and this is the most playable game along with Super Monkey Ball. It actually feels like a handheld/console game. The graphics, sound and production are superb. Its a DS beater and while not as good graphically as a PSP Need for Speed title, it plays just as well.

    Well worth the money and this game shows the true potential of the iPhone. The first game I played which made me feel like I was playing a game on a handheld game console was Monkey Ball. This is the second.

    Superb game!

  • Marc

    Fine, you win. Heading to itunes store for purchase along with Tiger Woods. You guys know how to gush 'til I can't hold out any longer :)

  • http://www.honglong.co.uk honglong1976

    I agree 100%. Its the best iPhone racing game. Period!

    Playability is what counts and this is the most playable game along with Super Monkey Ball. It actually feels like a handheld/console game. The graphics, sound and production are superb. Its a DS beater and while not as good graphically as a PSP Need for Speed title, it plays just as well.

    Well worth the money and this game shows the true potential of the iPhone. The first game I played which made me feel like I was playing a game on a handheld game console was Monkey Ball. This is the second.

    Superb game!

  • trylleklovn

    I would agree that it is a real solid racer. And unlike most games it actually works stable when listening to your own music. It surely introduces a real stable good looking racing platform which only lacks in multiplayer and maps. If you are gonna buy only one racing game make it this.

  • trylleklovn

    I would agree that it is a real solid racer. And unlike most games it actually works stable when listening to your own music. It surely introduces a real stable good looking racing platform which only lacks in multiplayer and maps. If you are gonna buy only one racing game make it this.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0HlC5LXbEF4 BOB

    TRUELY THE BEST RACING AND APP FOR THE IPHONE-PERIOD!!

    • http://www.silentrocco.com Rocco

      You don't need to scream :)
      But you are absolutely right!

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0HlC5LXbEF4 BOB

    TRUELY THE BEST RACING AND APP FOR THE IPHONE-PERIOD!!

    • http://www.silentrocco.com Rocco

      You don't need to scream :)
      But you are absolutely right!

  • Adams Immersive

    How's performance/FPS? (On a 3G?)

    • arn

      the video was recorded on a 3G. I think there were occasional framerate hiccups, but solid for the most part.

      arn

    • http://www.blakespot.com Blake Patterson

      While gameplay is smoother on the 2G touch, I saw an occasional hiccup on the 3G iPhone - but found it to have a completely acceptable framerate.

      • munkee

        It happens when the background music changes. Sadly we can't turn it off.

    • Adams Immersive

      Great! Occasional little hiccups don't even bother me much, if the overall experience is smooth.

      I haven't come close to finishing Asphalt4 (which I like) but I may have to get this one anyway!

      • http://www.silentrocco.com Rocco

        iPhone 3G here.... mostly it runs like butter... :) Highly enjoyable to watch and play.

    • http://heiseheise.com Zach

      How's the performance on a poor, sad, 1st Gen iPod Touch? :( I've never liked/played racing games before, but the combination of price, portability, and buttery frame rates on this would be enough to make me give this one a try as an introduction to the genre...if it played.

      • sticktron

        Why would a 1st Gen Touch be sad? The only faster iDevice is the 2nd Gen.

  • Adams Immersive

    How's performance/FPS? (On a 3G?)

    • arn

      the video was recorded on a 3G. I think there were occasional framerate hiccups, but solid for the most part.

      arn

    • http://www.blakespot.com Blake Patterson

      While gameplay is smoother on the 2G touch, I saw an occasional hiccup on the 3G iPhone - but found it to have a completely acceptable framerate.

      • http://deleted munkee

        It happens when the background music changes. Sadly we can't turn it off.

    • Adams Immersive

      Great! Occasional little hiccups don't even bother me much, if the overall experience is smooth.

      I haven't come close to finishing Asphalt4 (which I like) but I may have to get this one anyway!

      • http://www.silentrocco.com Rocco

        iPhone 3G here.... mostly it runs like butter... :) Highly enjoyable to watch and play.

    • http://heiseheise.com Zach

      How's the performance on a poor, sad, 1st Gen iPod Touch? :( I've never liked/played racing games before, but the combination of price, portability, and buttery frame rates on this would be enough to make me give this one a try as an introduction to the genre...if it played.

      • sticktron

        Why would a 1st Gen Touch be sad? The only faster iDevice is the 2nd Gen.

  • Neonik

    Its best game EVER... I dont need PSP anymore... I love EA..:D Thanks

  • Neonik

    Its best game EVER... I dont need PSP anymore... I love EA..:D Thanks

  • http://picasaweb.google.com/silviantrius diabolus

    The BEST Racing game for iPhone 3G!!!!

    iPhone is a Phone, SMS, GPS!!

    PSP is NOTHING!!!!

    iPhone 3G + EA = FOREVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • LBG

      I agree, but please cut the discrimination. The App Store isn't all about the iPhone 3G. I hate it when people talk about apps being exclusively for the 3G, like there is nothing else. You have to remember the original iPhone and iPod Touch which are both better for gaming (the original iPhone is easier to hold and the Touch 2G is the fastest one, faster than the 3G). Sorry about this rant, I just get really peed off when I see this.

      • http://www.silentrocco.com Rocco

        But you have to admit, the 3G is the queen of all devices.
        Or try to call me with a touch. You also see it in price :)
        I don't want to carry around two devices. And I can say
        at least, I'm playing it on my phone... In a touch case it doesn't
        matter if you carry this or a PSP extra...
        And it's just easier to say iPhone instead of this game is the
        best racing game on iPhone and iPod touch. But that's why
        I prefer to say "idevices", this way, you cover them all in one
        word :)
        Anywhay all the idevices are great and I can't wait for the next
        generation coming in summer.

  • http://picasaweb.google.com/silviantrius diabolus

    The BEST Racing game for iPhone 3G!!!!

    iPhone is a Phone, SMS, GPS!!

    PSP is NOTHING!!!!

    iPhone 3G + EA = FOREVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • LBG

      I agree, but please cut the discrimination. The App Store isn't all about the iPhone 3G. I hate it when people talk about apps being exclusively for the 3G, like there is nothing else. You have to remember the original iPhone and iPod Touch which are both better for gaming (the original iPhone is easier to hold and the Touch 2G is the fastest one, faster than the 3G). Sorry about this rant, I just get really peed off when I see this.

      • http://www.silentrocco.com Rocco

        But you have to admit, the 3G is the queen of all devices.
        Or try to call me with a touch. You also see it in price :)
        I don't want to carry around two devices. And I can say
        at least, I'm playing it on my phone... In a touch case it doesn't
        matter if you carry this or a PSP extra...
        And it's just easier to say iPhone instead of this game is the
        best racing game on iPhone and iPod touch. But that's why
        I prefer to say "idevices", this way, you cover them all in one
        word :)
        Anywhay all the idevices are great and I can't wait for the next
        generation coming in summer.

  • Man of Mystery

    eh, i prefer fastlane

    this game is pretty excellent, sure, but i have more fun playing fastlane

    though nfs does have better graphics, sound, customization, car-choices, and most everything else than fastlane

    my only complaints about this game are the sort of auto-steering, odd road reflections, and i think the menu buttons should have text over/under them always instead of having to touch them to see what they do

    it's also pretty short, i'd like a couple more circuit races and an option to crank up the difficulty a lot (the only missions i found myself having to retry were the hot car ones, just 'cos i kept smashing into things)

    • Michael

      Seems like you know a lot about fastlane.

      Sorry, I know this is off topic, but there IS customization in fastlane: the car colors.

      But how do you unlock these? :o

  • Man of Mystery

    eh, i prefer fastlane

    this game is pretty excellent, sure, but i have more fun playing fastlane

    though nfs does have better graphics, sound, customization, car-choices, and most everything else than fastlane

    my only complaints about this game are the sort of auto-steering, odd road reflections, and i think the menu buttons should have text over/under them always instead of having to touch them to see what they do

    it's also pretty short, i'd like a couple more circuit races and an option to crank up the difficulty a lot (the only missions i found myself having to retry were the hot car ones, just 'cos i kept smashing into things)

    • Michael

      Seems like you know a lot about fastlane.

      Sorry, I know this is off topic, but there IS customization in fastlane: the car colors.

      But how do you unlock these? :o

  • menom

    so Blake - you're definitively saying this is a better racing game than Aqua Moto?

    I find 'AM' perfect as not only do you *have* to slow down with brake to take some turns (otherwise they're not possible)

    you gain boost (turbo) by keeping as close to the buoys on turns as possible

    so driving skills are key (even if it is via water)

    add to this the fact that you have global online lap records and race against the 'ghost' of the best ever lap and I find AM to be pretty much perfect even if it isn't a 'signature' title

    • http://www.silentrocco.com Rocco

      The diversity of the levels alone make NFS the better racer compared to AM.

      • menom

        cheers Rocco - will get this - just a bit wary of racers where braking isn't necessary - but if blake waxes so lyrical - then it must, indeed, be great (ditto for Steve_P on STP)

    • http://www.blakespot.com Blake Patterson

      I have not spent an extraordinary amount of time with Aqua Moto, but I do prefer NFSU.

  • menom

    so Blake - you're definitively saying this is a better racing game than Aqua Moto?

    I find 'AM' perfect as not only do you *have* to slow down with brake to take some turns (otherwise they're not possible)

    you gain boost (turbo) by keeping as close to the buoys on turns as possible

    so driving skills are key (even if it is via water)

    add to this the fact that you have global online lap records and race against the 'ghost' of the best ever lap and I find AM to be pretty much perfect even if it isn't a 'signature' title

    • http://www.silentrocco.com Rocco

      The diversity of the levels alone make NFS the better racer compared to AM.

      • menom

        cheers Rocco - will get this - just a bit wary of racers where braking isn't necessary - but if blake waxes so lyrical - then it must, indeed, be great (ditto for Steve_P on STP)

    • http://www.blakespot.com Blake Patterson

      I have not spent an extraordinary amount of time with Aqua Moto, but I do prefer NFSU.

  • slappy

    Damm you TouchArcade, I'm spending money again and again and again. ;-)

    • http://www.silentrocco.com Rocco

      Yes, the Apple guys should share some of their income with TA :)

  • slappy

    Damm you TouchArcade, I'm spending money again and again and again. ;-)

    • http://www.silentrocco.com Rocco

      Yes, the Apple guys should share some of their income with TA :)

  • j

    THE BEST !

    HOPE FOR UPDATE WITHE MORE CUSTOMIZATION!

  • j

    THE BEST !

    HOPE FOR UPDATE WITHE MORE CUSTOMIZATION!

  • TD_fan

    Gah, I really want my $10 to go to Firemint for their yet-to-be released racing game (because their other game, Flight Control, is one of my favs), but all these glowing reviews and play videos are REALLY testing my patience. I might succumb this weekend. ;)

    • munkee

      They must've intentionally delayed it because they knew NFS will beat the shoot out of Real Racing. They chickened out!

      Now they're back to drawing board trying to better NFS from all aspects while also waiting for the hype to die down.

      @menom:
      Both are solid title. I still like Aqua Moto, but this feels more like a complete console game. Everything about it.

  • TD_fan

    Gah, I really want my $10 to go to Firemint for their yet-to-be released racing game (because their other game, Flight Control, is one of my favs), but all these glowing reviews and play videos are REALLY testing my patience. I might succumb this weekend. ;)

    • http://deleted munkee

      They must've intentionally delayed it because they knew NFS will beat the shoot out of Real Racing. They chickened out!

      Now they're back to drawing board trying to better NFS from all aspects while also waiting for the hype to die down.

      @menom:
      Both are solid title. I still like Aqua Moto, but this feels more like a complete console game. Everything about it.

  • Coral

    After completing the game what can you do? Can you redo any of the previous races or do you have to restart the game? Aside from the question of replayability this looks great.

    • trylleklovn

      You can replay all the maps earning more cash and style points to unlock new cars.

    • g.raunak

      You can replay all the levels, but you only make 1/4th the dough you do the first time you race.

  • Coral

    After completing the game what can you do? Can you redo any of the previous races or do you have to restart the game? Aside from the question of replayability this looks great.

    • trylleklovn

      You can replay all the maps earning more cash and style points to unlock new cars.

    • g.raunak

      You can replay all the levels, but you only make 1/4th the dough you do the first time you race.

  • Reason21

    Yes, a free race mode again a couple other CPU drivers with cops in pursuit would be great; Hot Pursuit esque. An online multiplayer mode with cops in pursuit would be exponentially better.

  • Reason21

    Yes, a free race mode again a couple other CPU drivers with cops in pursuit would be great; Hot Pursuit esque. An online multiplayer mode with cops in pursuit would be exponentially better.

  • http://www.blakespot.com Blake Patterson

    I think some folks here need to go out and grab an Xbox 360...

  • http://www.blakespot.com Blake Patterson

    I think some folks here need to go out and grab an Xbox 360...

  • Gilly

    Why should they (me)? If I wanted to play only while tethered to a console in my living room, I'd have an XBox or PS3. What I want is a well-made game that I can play on my iPod Touch while I'm standing in line at the Post Office or waiting to see my dentist.

  • Gilly

    Why should they (me)? If I wanted to play only while tethered to a console in my living room, I'd have an XBox or PS3. What I want is a well-made game that I can play on my iPod Touch while I'm standing in line at the Post Office or waiting to see my dentist.

  • GreyDawn

    ...but is it even really that good? Or 'good for an iphone racer'?

    The latter means the game can still be crap compared to real racing games. I'd rather play Rolando or Zen Bound on my touch and a racing game on my computer or other system. These games that are watered down, compromised attempts at real console games are massively underwhelming imo.

  • GreyDawn

    ...but is it even really that good? Or 'good for an iphone racer'?

    The latter means the game can still be crap compared to real racing games. I'd rather play Rolando or Zen Bound on my touch and a racing game on my computer or other system. These games that are watered down, compromised attempts at real console games are massively underwhelming imo.

  • Gilly

    I don't disagree. I think that perhaps I'm typical of iPod users in that I keep a variety of games on my Touch. For sure it does not compare to, say, GT3 on Playstation played with a wheel and pedals, but sometimes you just want a taste. And from that perspective, the best of the Touch/Phone games are good enough. I mean consider the tiny screen and controls method. All other things aside, it's certainly different from a console game in that critical aspect and as a result not really directly and totally comparable. But can they be enjoyable? Absolutely.

  • Gilly

    I don't disagree. I think that perhaps I'm typical of iPod users in that I keep a variety of games on my Touch. For sure it does not compare to, say, GT3 on Playstation played with a wheel and pedals, but sometimes you just want a taste. And from that perspective, the best of the Touch/Phone games are good enough. I mean consider the tiny screen and controls method. All other things aside, it's certainly different from a console game in that critical aspect and as a result not really directly and totally comparable. But can they be enjoyable? Absolutely.

  • ipodtouch

    this game sucks!
    while turning it helps you turn
    heck you dont even have to turn and it will still do it for you!
    So! everybody wanna compare itouch to psp?
    WELL... compare this version to the psp version!
    NO COMPARISON
    PSP ALL DAY GTFO APPLE are you serious i think not!
    get some freakin buttons heck the psp version got online play!

  • http://sorrybut... ipodtouch

    this game sucks!
    while turning it helps you turn
    heck you dont even have to turn and it will still do it for you!
    So! everybody wanna compare itouch to psp?
    WELL... compare this version to the psp version!
    NO COMPARISON
    PSP ALL DAY GTFO APPLE are you serious i think not!
    get some freakin buttons heck the psp version got online play!

  • Vladimir_F1

    I've managed to reach speed 540 km/h on GT2.

    If you want to do it too, you will need:
    1) Buy GT2 and fully upgrade it.
    2) Then load from options menu training map.
    3) When your next move will be to make a slipstream behind a car, you will need long straight part of the road and then make double nitro :)

    I have zonda already, dont waste your time. Just buy carrera, they are almost identical but carrera more beautiful.

    Good luck :)

  • Vladimir_F1

    I've managed to reach speed 540 km/h on GT2.

    If you want to do it too, you will need:
    1) Buy GT2 and fully upgrade it.
    2) Then load from options menu training map.
    3) When your next move will be to make a slipstream behind a car, you will need long straight part of the road and then make double nitro :)

    I have zonda already, dont waste your time. Just buy carrera, they are almost identical but carrera more beautiful.

    Good luck :)

  • Dave

    I finally succumbed because of all the hype here. And it is a fun game. but it is pretty darn easy. Evading the cops is so easy it is a joke. You simply have to beat them to the finish line but they can be right behind you and you have "evaded them" to the safe house. Not at all like Carbon where evading is much more difficult. The tracks seem very similar as well. On the plus side the graphics are very nice for an iPhone game, but I have seen better. I would say Assassin's Creed is more finished. As much as people want to declare it, this is not a PSP killer. The PSP is still a better pure gaming platform with better graphics and controls. That said, Sony should be very worried as the iPhone can do so much more than the PSP and it is slowly catching up in terms of gameplay.

    The Game is fun for now. I think I'll probably beat it in less than 4 hours. Hope EA updates it with Free Roam and more "events" otherwise this is a 4 out of 5 star game.

  • Dave

    I finally succumbed because of all the hype here. And it is a fun game. but it is pretty darn easy. Evading the cops is so easy it is a joke. You simply have to beat them to the finish line but they can be right behind you and you have "evaded them" to the safe house. Not at all like Carbon where evading is much more difficult. The tracks seem very similar as well. On the plus side the graphics are very nice for an iPhone game, but I have seen better. I would say Assassin's Creed is more finished. As much as people want to declare it, this is not a PSP killer. The PSP is still a better pure gaming platform with better graphics and controls. That said, Sony should be very worried as the iPhone can do so much more than the PSP and it is slowly catching up in terms of gameplay.

    The Game is fun for now. I think I'll probably beat it in less than 4 hours. Hope EA updates it with Free Roam and more "events" otherwise this is a 4 out of 5 star game.

  • Kman

    After having beaten the game and replaying until I got all the cars I wanted, I find it has little replay value. The final island (hardness level) only has 2 real race maps that you use your own car, both of them circuit races. I found the game pretty fun with great graphics, and I got a little more than a week's play out of it. The computer ai is pretty lame in some cases; it's amazingly hard to complete a chasedown (the one where you have to wreck another car) when the other car is constantly running head-on into other cars. Also it's pretty hard to see the darker colored cars in tunnels, but that's not a big deal and may be by design. Customization is pretty limited, the decals provided suck.

    I hope there will be an update with more levels (maybe some point to point races or hell even just a 1/4 mile or track so you can race without other cars). There will never be a free roam mode, because there is not enough ram for the level of graphics in this game. There would have to be constant load screens which defeats the purpose of free roam.

  • Kman

    After having beaten the game and replaying until I got all the cars I wanted, I find it has little replay value. The final island (hardness level) only has 2 real race maps that you use your own car, both of them circuit races. I found the game pretty fun with great graphics, and I got a little more than a week's play out of it. The computer ai is pretty lame in some cases; it's amazingly hard to complete a chasedown (the one where you have to wreck another car) when the other car is constantly running head-on into other cars. Also it's pretty hard to see the darker colored cars in tunnels, but that's not a big deal and may be by design. Customization is pretty limited, the decals provided suck.

    I hope there will be an update with more levels (maybe some point to point races or hell even just a 1/4 mile or track so you can race without other cars). There will never be a free roam mode, because there is not enough ram for the level of graphics in this game. There would have to be constant load screens which defeats the purpose of free roam.

  • Booch138

    Man the Sex Appeal in NFS games really bores me >.>

    Some games are meant to be on an the iDevices, and some arn't. Im going to have to take a big pass on this one, and play Midnight Club: LA on the PS3 >.>

    Though it would be cool to have this game, I dont justify the pricing and the game length, not to mention little to no replay value. I mean I give EA credit for being able to make a game run so smoothly on the iDevices, but alas, I think I will stick to something else. Nice work though, just not for me.

  • Booch138

    Man the Sex Appeal in NFS games really bores me >.>

    Some games are meant to be on an the iDevices, and some arn't. Im going to have to take a big pass on this one, and play Midnight Club: LA on the PS3 >.>

    Though it would be cool to have this game, I dont justify the pricing and the game length, not to mention little to no replay value. I mean I give EA credit for being able to make a game run so smoothly on the iDevices, but alas, I think I will stick to something else. Nice work though, just not for me.

  • No, YOUR mother

    dude can anyone give me the names of the menu-screen songs? the credits only tell me about ONE of them... -.-

  • No, YOUR mother

    dude can anyone give me the names of the menu-screen songs? the credits only tell me about ONE of them... -.-

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