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There arenít a heck of a lot of driving games available for the new generation of consoles but, with a little luck, it looks like a fan favorite from the 360-era might be making its way to the Xbox One through backwards compatibility. Rev those engines for Burnout Paradise.
Nintendo has mentioned before that they had no plans to revive F-Zero for the Wii U because they couldn't think of anything to do with it. Well, even though the Big 'N' may not have had any ideas for the game, apparently Burnout developers Criterion Games did.
When the Xbox One and PS4 arrive this fall, they'll be accompanied by a new Need for Speed. Need for Speed Rivals is in development for both next-gen consoles, in addition to the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.
EA seems to be on the verge of announcing the next Need for Speed. They've released an image suggesting that it will be a new entry in the Hot Pursuit sub-series.
The latest title in the long line of Need for Speed games has finally launched for Nintendo's Wii U. Need for Speed: Most Wanted U hasn't received a whole lot of press but it brings a couple of innovative features to the table along with high-end visual effects and graphics to the home console arena.
Criterion Games and EA announced the very first downloadable content for Need For Speed: Most Wanted today. The Ultimate Speed Pack centers around five of the fastest cars in the world.
Need For Speed: Most Wanted is mere days from release so EA has decided it's launch trailer time. The last preview video for the racing game shows a high-speed street race interspersed with press quotes.
EA has released a new trailer for Need For Speed: Most Wanted. This time around, they decided to go live-action to promote the open-world racing game.
Need for Speed Most Wanted's setting of Fairhaven City is home to 10 elite street racers. Throughout the game, you'll have to beat each of these most wanted drivers in one-on-one competition.
In a recent interview a producer at Criterion was talking up all the highlights of the PC version of Need for Speed: Most Wanted and how PC gamers will get special DX11 features and a 300% performance boost over previous DX9 functionality.
As the title suggests, Need For Speed Most Wanted focuses on high-speed police chases. A new trailer shows off one particularly exciting chase that reveals a new feature in the game.
A new single-player trailer was released for Need for Speed: Most Wanted, featuring a look at some of the sports cars, supercars and super-sports cars available in the game. The trailer doesn't waste a lot of time and focuses on how players will have access to all of the cars right from the start of the game, all that's required is to drive up and hop inside.
This weekend Criterion Games offered players another look at their Need for Speed: Most Wanted reboot. Four screenshots show thrill-seeking drivers battling for position in street races.
The remake of the recent NFS racing title sees Criterion Games taking over the development helm and implementing a lot of their own style and panache into the racing and gameplay mechanics. The latest trailer showcases some new features and there's also a brief look at how to steal cars in the game.
EA sent out word to announce a teaser trailer for the full multiplayer trailer for Need for Speed: Most Wanted. Yeah, this exciting announcement teaser will get you amped up for the full trailer, which will further get you amped up for the actual release of Need for Speed: Most Wanted. The teaser trailer set a release date for the full trailer, which will go live on August 14th, next Tuesday.