GamesMaster Review (via CVG) - Need for Speed: Shift


The best thing is that, even after you strip away the bells and whistles of in-race objective star collecting, award badge hording, swooshy menu screens and expensively licensed soundtracks, you've still got a great-looking, fine-handling racer that can hold its head high against some extremely strong competition. Shift may not have snatched the yardstick from Turn 10, Polyphony Digital or Codemasters, the damage model might not be the best in the genre, and nor is it the absolute, final word in realistic driving. But it has reignited our affection for Need For Speed - and that alone is a real achievement.

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