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Submitted by JonahFalcon 950d ago | video

NFS: Most Wanted live action trailer goes from Mexican standoff to Sugarhill Gang

Electronic Arts has released a new live action television commercial for Need for Speed: Most Wanted, in which a Mexican standoff between hot rod cars and sports police cars is interrupted by a wild yellow Ford Focus with an affiinity for the Sugerhill Gang. (Need for Speed Most Wanted, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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t0mmyb0y  +   950d ago
I want ALL those cars.
KMCROC  +   950d ago
I want the game
GasTankKiller  +   950d ago
LOL, loved the video but I'm going to stick with Forza Horizon. I love to customize my rides and race. EA bring back the Underground series.
JonahFalcon  +   949d ago
Need for Speed: Most Wanted is very different from Horizon. The former is basically Burnout With Cops, while Horizon is basically a Forza-branded Test Drive Unlimited.

Get both. :p

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