Need For Speed Pro Street PS2

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Need for Speed: ProStreet is a racing video game, the eleventh installment of the Need for Speed series and the sequel to Need for Speed: Carbon. It was released worldwide in November 2007.[1] ProStreet includes more than 40 cars including a few from American Le Mans Series. ProStreet was the first PlayStation 3 game with DualShock 3 rumble support.

ProStreet is followed by Need for Speed: Undercover.

Plot
The game begins where a former street racer known as Ryan Cooper enters a challenge day and wins it with a Nissan 240SX. Ryan is mocked by Ryo Watanabe, the Showdown King who drives a Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X.

He then moves on to Battle Machine, a famous race organization, and dominates it. He then moves onto Showdown Chicago, promoted by Super Promotion and the best organization is introduced, the Super Promotion; there are other organizations in each specific event such as the Noise bomb for drift, G Effect for grip racing, ROGUE SPEED which is for drag, and Nitrocide for speed runs. Each organization has a top race team, Apex Glide, Touge Union, Grip Runners, Aftermix, and Boxcut, respectively. Ryan dominates the showdown and moves onto React Team Sessions. He then moves onto another Showdown again promoted by “Super Promotion” and dominates it. He then receives invites to elite organizations of the four Kings of Drag (Karol Monroe), Drift (Aki Kimura), Grip (Ray Kreiger), and Speed Challenge (Nate Denver) after breaking 10 track records in each race mode. He beats them, earns their crowns, and dominates enough organizations and showdowns to face Ryo Watanabe. Ryan beats him and the Apex Glide team leaves Ryo. Ryan then becomes Street King by beating each of the kings.

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