Ever since the film “The Fast and The Furious” was a surprise hit at the box office in the summer of 2001, car customization has become a cultural phenomenon. Though the idea of “tricking out” a vehicle is not a new concept, what else could explain the popularity of Xzibit’s MTV show “Pimp My Ride,” and the sudden splurge of street racing games?
With the release of “Need For Speed Underground 2,” EA Games seems dedicated to having the premier franchise for racing fans who love dubs on their cars. Unfortunately, this sequel isn’t a completely smooth ride.
The game revolves around the typical story mode, complete with a clich