Yes, i like NFS, ok it's not realistic but that's the fun in it, because i know what i see on screen can be as unrealistic, fun or dangerous as it wants, and it won't make a blind bit of difference to my real-life (yes, i do have one, it's somewhere around here) because when i start driving, i know that my corsa, 206 or whatever it is i decide to get, won't be able to go that fast no matter how much i try, so there's no point in trying it. See what i mean. I like games, hell, why would i have a system like i have now? But i don't love them so much that i want to try the stuff i see in real life. I'm not exactly going to go to my nearest aerospace center with guns, grenades, ammo and trying to kill cloned soldiers, a psychic and a little girl while sticcking my finger up my nose to activate slo-mo am i? I differentiate between real life and games, except when i look at the sun shining through some trees and think how good the HDR is and wonder how they got HDR and AA working (without lag either).
Yeah, i like NFS, maybe it's the modding part, maybe it's the racing part, maybe it's even just the box art, who knows. We all have different points of view, because we're all unique, just like everyone else.