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Parable: Need for Speed: Most Wanted Preview

"Already aware that the series was undergoing a fair few changes for the up and coming release of Need for Speed Most Wanted, I wasn’t sure which direction the developers, Criterion Games, were taking. Having last been the developers for Need for Speed in 2010, it seems to me that Criterion Games have taken quite the U-turn in terms of development, with Most Wanted now appearing to be in the same vein as Burnout, a series of games previously developed by Criterion Games, where takedowns and pile ups were a primary aspect of the title. Being thoroughly excited to play the next entry into the Need for Speed series, I anticipated seeing whether the developers had improved on what the series is all about, which is heavily based around modding cars and police chases, or had Criterion games lost touch with the core roots of the game." -Rhys Barnes-Miller, Parablegames.net (Need for Speed Most Wanted, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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