Over the years, NFS has become a legend in the gaming industry. Need For Speed games are always very graphically attractive and very well playable. In 1997, EA released an enhanced version of NFS2 called Need For Speed 2: Special Edition, where they focused primarily on graphics enhancements and I have to say, that graphics were at the peak at the time. Other new features were added as well, such as: 4 new cars (Ferrari F355F1, Ford Mustang Mach III, Italdesign Nazca C2 and Ford Indigo), 3 bonus cars, 1 new track, new game modes, or the opportunity to drive mirrored, or reverse tracks.
However, it was still a good old NFS with all the positive and negative characteristics. Controlling the car is smooth, but not entirely simple, so it may take you a while to get used to it and stop cutting down every tree. in the Special edition, a new game mode "Wild" has also been added - here you can drive at such speeds along the way, where other machines would start flying.