E4G: Electronic Arts has released the first ever developer diary for their upcoming game, Need for Speed World. The diary showcases what the developers can do in the game that they would never think of doing before.
I cannot wait for this game, going to be a epic race title. The beta is even in good standings.
I agree, the beta was fun as hell.
In my opinion, I really didn't like the beta. Either my net/pc sucks or this game lagged all the time. Just my two cents worth though.
Well you probably have the crappiest internet in the world because it works perfectly fine.
It lags every now and then...
Doc is probably a fanboy lawl.
Great game, enough said.
Sweet, can't wait!
Can't wait for it!
Uh... am I the only one that think this looks lame? Looks like a crappier version of Burnout Paradise. Seriously, that city looks basically identical, except the cars, graphics and overall racing look far worse. It's still early in development... I hope... but we'll just have to see. NFS games lately have been shit so I'm not expecting much. Seriously though, just bring on Paradise 2 already Criterion! BP was a great game and I can only imagine it improving with a sequel.
Criterion is making this right? Cannot wait, I love those guys, plus this looks pretty decent already. Burnout Paradise plus Cops = Fun.
I dont think so. Doesnt look like it has the same level of quality as Paradise.
Played the beta for about half an hour last night, immediately uninstalled afterwards. Being a big NFS fan I was fairly dissapointed. Will go back to playing Most Wanted and Underground2 if I want arcade driving on my PC. No originality in the tracks, the cars handle like they're on rails, while I wasn't experiencing massive lag I was still managing to clip through objects and other cars (mainly police cars for some reason), and the whole experience just felt like a watered down version of Underground with better graphics (marginally better). Is a shame because I was actually looking forward to this.
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