Some games, you play once and then put back in the case, where they sit on the shelves gathering dust. Others, you may play two or three times, or even four to five times, but they soon end up on the shelves as well. But every gamer has one special game that they find themselves playing time and time again. For me, that game is Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit 2. Whether it's the thrill of the chase, the adrenaline rush of attempting to defeat my competition, or really because I just want to listen to the police scanner, I love playing this game. I have played this game so much that I've started making a habit of driving so recklessly that the police actually give up and stop chasing me out of fear for their own lives. They have even offered free hot donuts for the entire force upon my arrest, but within five minutes, their tune has changed to, "All units, terminate pursuit immediately, we'll let the next county get him." That's gotta tell you something about the way I drive, right? My favorite incident to have occurred in this game is the time I was being chased by a single squad car. I quickly ducked into the woods. The officer drove past me and said, "County, I've lost him. I'm returning to base." And that particular car number, I have never heard from again. I don't know if it was a fluke in the programming or what, but I've never heard from that officer ever again. I've had the game for over 10 years, and there's been no sign of his return. But regardless, me and my silver Lamborghini Diablo make the ultimate nightmare-inducing team for law enforcement officers. But for the safety of myself as well as everyone else on the roads, I do something in real life that I am rarely known for doing in this game: I use the brakes.