For the first time in Need For Speed's history, Need For Speed: The Run will let the player get out of the car, GamerZines can reveal.
Best NFS since U2? Hopefully
NFS is officially dead. That was terrible footage/gameplay. I was excited up until the gameplay started. What ever happpened to fun nfs?
I may be the only one, but I actually liked it. I must say there were far too many QTE's, but it's not like you're running around GTA style, you're only doing it to get into another car, because the one you were in is either destroyed, or marked. It was a nice change of pace, and made the game more cinematic, something missing in racing games (exception Motorstorm and Split Second). I'm actually looking forway to this Need for Speed more than any other over the past few years. The train section wasn't needed however, that was going overboard.
Look at the trailer. That's all I'll say. It looks horrible, by the way.
after what i saw no just no
Out of car sequences in a driving game - say whaaaaaaaaa...?!
That Need for Speed Looked Like The Worst One since Undercover. Hmm...I wonder who developed THAT one?
way too many QTE events, there should be...well none...seems like the game will get tedious after a while, in the car, crash, out the car, run, in the car, shot at, out the car, run and all in the same "race". I don't like that.
ha 2 need for speeds every year milking it very hard
should have been mirrors edge style out of the car that would be cool.
Are there any gameplay videos up?
NFS: The Run(ning across rooftops in QTE's)
Driver 2, anyone?
when a driving game need to resort to this to give content to the gamer... it's the sign the franchise is dead.
What the hell are they doing?? NO. They are making this way too complicated, make the game cross country. If your car gets damaged or totaled, include costly repairs or even arrests/bail. Too many arrests, game over. Make that the basis and add on from there. No need for this out-of-car nonsense.
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