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Imagine though, how good it could be to have elements of Square's JRPG magic and EA's classic NFS goodness in the same game. Closest we have to that is NFS Underground 1/2 and Most Wanted, and kinda not really good examples of RPG story, but closest to it in a racing game.
I looooove Underground 2. Free roaming the city to challenge other racers, pull up to events and races. The different race styles. The car line and customization. And the story was also good.
You could lowkey do this with a 3d editor like Unity. There's a starter package thingy for racers. Mind you that template is for like carting style box racers, but it gives you the engine and tools you need to get a start on something like that.
The premise and story of NFS: Most Wanted is why I've always wanted to play it.
I mean, the main character (once again, you) gets cheated, and loses their awesome car to the Blacklist thug Razor. So, the main character has to beat all the others on the Blacklist to face off against Razor and take the car back. It's a riveting premise, and very underrated.