Need for Speed: Out of the Law Revealed

Eurogamer Czech has got the first details plus two artworks from EA/Criterion's upcoming next racing title, Need for Speed: Out of the Law.

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ape0073594d ago (Edited 3594d ago )

this could be the nfs we've all been waiting for

although I wish it was hot pursuit

cLiCK_sLiCK93593d ago

Does anyone know what engine they will be using? Its Criterion we are talking about. Im pretty sure they might use their Burnout engine instead. I dont see why.

WildArmed3593d ago (Edited 3593d ago )

lol the NFS that we all had been waiting for was released a long time ago.
It's been down hill ever since imo
But I did love Burnout paradise VERY VERY VERY much.. (best racing game i've played)
So i'll put my faith in good hands, go get em Criterion

morkendo3593d ago (Edited 3593d ago )

yeah, this look promising. just hope its not like


joydestroy3593d ago

yeah the NFS franchise was basically handed to them last year i remember reading. this is what i've been waiting for.

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AznSniper3594d ago

Those pics look kind of fake, but hopefully it's true. Criterion is win. It sounds like it could be a worthy sequel to Need for Speed Underground 2 which it needed police chases.

tdrules3594d ago

wow this is great to hear, as long as the dlc roadmaps is Criterion's and not EA (Dragon Age anyone?)

delicia3593d ago

Lets see if turns out good like before, hopefully this is a comeback for the series

STK0263593d ago

from what I read, Shift was a great game, shouldn't that be the comeback? Or am I missing something here?

cLiCK_sLiCK93593d ago (Edited 3593d ago )

NFS Shift wasn't open world. Other than that, I thought it was a decent game..

delicia3593d ago

Yeah, Shift was really good, but it was very different than the others NFS ya know? I mean, good but similar to the other games like Underground and MW

TheIneffableBob3593d ago

Well, the original Need for Speeds weren't open world. Need for Speed: Shift is the closest thing to the original games in a long time as it features no open world and exotic cars.

delicia3593d ago

Hmm, I see your point... well, since Shift worked, I think this game can work too, hopefully they don't make some mistakes fans didn't like from past games

NCAzrael3593d ago

I wasn't a big fan of shift. It tried really hard to be Gran Turismo, and while I'm all for some GT style racing, it's not what I have come to expect from NFS.

I realize that NFS started out as a "closed course" style racer with arcade and realistic elements combined, but I've grown to love the open world illegal street racing. Underground 2 is probably my favorite in the series, with Most Wanted coming in at a very close second. It's like The Fast and The Furious without the (arguably) crappy acting. Carbon was a let down thanks to the teammate thing, and I didn't even try Undercover after reading every single review that talked about how poorly they messed that up. I had no desire to play Pro Street when I found out they were making it a legit street racer, though I did end up buying Shift on a whim after reading some nice reviews that I now think are kind of misleading. Oh well, that's what I get for not taking advantage of my Gamefly account.

Honestly, I am excited to have the series go back to an open world setting. And having Criterion just makes it that much better. Burnout Paradise was awesome, and I can't wait to see what they do with the series.

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