Here is another vehicle profile of a Need For Speed: SHIFT car, the Nissan Skyline 2000 GT-R, and a few screens which look top notch.
Nah, the game looks good but there are jaggies all around the cars and the interior has low res textures on the dash. This doesn't look as good as Forza 3, but that doesn't mean the game will suck.
Hmm I think it looks really good actually. Comparing to any NFS in the past, this is a big advancement for them...
dont make up your own title
This Game will be enough to rival Flopza 3
Rival!?!? Flopza isn't even competition.
Hey sorry GT sucks so much you can't even compete with NFS. XD So again, weres that weather system in GT5 that you've all been talking smack about. I've yet to find even 1 picture of this so called weather system. god you guys are going to look like fools when.............if it releases.
Things can change for the better given just a little more time to optimize. And I think the overall modeling of the cars is great.
NFS has not been exciting since mostwanted and hotpursuit 2
The fact that this game has to be tied to the Need For Speed series, it almost doesn't make sense. It deserves its own name. F the NFS series now.
prostreet was boring and undercover was crap! but this is a fresh reset to the series and the looks so far is amazing! it is not looking like a NFS game anymore and I said that in a good sense! the game itself can carry the name SHIFT but I think EA is not willing to drop the NFS name for it's already selling on the name alone just like activision not dropping CoD from MW2 for the same reason! by the way, EA is getting better with great games these days! props to them - I actually love EA this time around! and activision SUCKS!
yeh putting need for speed is misleading...or good as means more people may buy it. in any case looks incredible. wont beat forza in terms of depth and gameplay, but looks very nice
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