Important update on the possible name of the new Need for Speed, developed by Criterion.
i miss the NFS games. the old ones were so great to play. Most Wanted was probably the last game i liked. Carbon was really bad! the only think i liked in Carbon was that you would fall of the cliff. sometimes. i haven't touched NFS since then.
Well, this one is being developed by Criterion, so I actually believe this one will be good!
Agree Most Wanted was really fun despite being a little too easy.
Agreed, the last NFS I played was Most Wanted and it was really good. I liked the demo for Shift but just never got around to trying it. I heard it has a lot less content than Forza 3 and definitely less than GT5.
Yah Criterion is amazing. Just look at Burnout Paradise's success. It had great controls and amazing graphics even while moving at blazing speeds. Paradise is one of my favorite arcade racers. On Topic: Red Lining is referring to the tachometer and when the meter goes into the red area, making a really loud noise and impressing the ladies (and guys). FYI just in case anybody wants to know..
Criterion is one of the best racing game developers. I'm sure it will not be a typical NFS.
It will surely be great but I'd rather see a new Burnout title.
High Stakes was fantastic. Shift was good too. But different developers.
i just want a burnout paradise sequel , but bigger better and more badass.....(gears 2 quote from dude huge)
red line like that shockwave game way back when using the cars from 2fast 2 furious
Burnout > NFS
i wish it was NFS: Flat Line. pull the plug and let this series die already.
Hope I can get chase by cops with Mclarens again.
This series needs to die completely. I didn't like the last two Need For Speed totally mess it up. The Best one I like was PS2 Need For Speed Underground one of the best racing games ever. So their series sucks so badly I never look back.
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