EA has announced that Need for Speed Rivals is being developed by their newest studio Ghost Games. In partnership with Criterion Games, Rivals will run on the Frostbite 3 game engine.
every year same s**T..CGI for game promotions
Looks amazing, I hope this Need For Speed will be a good one, for once... However I still don't understand why they try to make something new and original, even though most of the fans, and many that were earlier fans of NFS games before the shitstorm, want a Need For Speed Underground game.
But... how can you call that a shit storm?? NFS UNDERGROUND 2 and CARBON were crap and shit , i understand but how can you say a shit storm? Pro Street was good and fair! Most wanted was fair enough with introduction of new tactics used by cops. World is fair launched in 2010 and is played by many people today. The Run GOT STRUCK BECAUSE OF MIXED REVIEWS otherwise STORY LINE and ACTION was seriously AWESOME and FUN!!! Now talk about UNDERCOVER! NFS UNDERCOVER introduced 370Z and better and fair moves and still millions of people struggle to play it! More destrucion!! Shift 2 is still played by fans of motor sports games! Graphics are getting better and better! MOST WANTED 2012 was made prior to the demands! MOST WANTED 2012 introduced more open and social gameplay! Remember!! Autolog !!!
I'm sorry about the shitstorm thingy, It's just that it's been a hit or miss every year of new NFS release. There were a quite nice NFS games, yeah, but never what I and most other people really wanted, a high quality street racing game, where you can free roam, tune your car etc. They for the past 5 years, I think, have tried to make a ''new experience'' and avoid making Underground 3 at all costs...
You should remember , Shift was considered fairest game with introduction of legal motor sports in the history of NFS !!! Hot pursuit 2010 was the first to introduce AUTOLOG !
Screens depict ...!!!!!!
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