Mr. Stubble here may be bursting at the seams to get his hands on Need For Speed Undercover , but I'd have a hard time telling you what differentiates this particular Need For Speed from the previous half-dozen. That may be based on the extremely low ratio of gameplay contained within, but is more likely due to the frequency of Burnout , Forza Motorsport , Project Gotham Racing , Midnight Club and, of course, Need For Speed releases. The whole thing sounds sort of erotic, based on the monologue from John Q. Stubble, which may be a big factor in my aversion to learning more. Also, NFSUC looks like a dirty acronym. Potentially, gaming's dirtiest?