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Submitted by StartWars 444d ago | interview

Need for Speed: Rivals interview: mapping the road ahead

VVV: "It's no secret that Need for Speed is a series with a serious identity crisis. Having been swapped between developers over the years, the series has been steered in a myriad of directions, from its inception as a serious simulation, to arcade racer, to cops v.s. racers, to track racer, to the open world Autolog-driven game it is today. WIth Need for Speed: Rivals, EA Ghost Games are hoping to steer the series back on-track and reestablish Need for Speed's brand identity as it gears up for the next generation." (Need For Speed: Rivals, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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tillame057   444d ago | Spam
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memots  +   444d ago
they should just call it Need for Speed : modern Warfare , do it about cops chasing terrorist then just give up and say they ran out of idea's.

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