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The Need For Speed is a series that seems to have been on a downward slope for many years now. The quality of the titles vary wildly from each release and the game seems to swing like a pendulum when it comes to fun versus frustration. Well, Ghost Games explains what the biggest problem was for the series and how they're planning on rectifying that problem.
In one rare case we actually get to see some live gameplay footage for one of the most highly anticipated racing games due out this fall for home consoles. I'm talking about some unedited, non-promotional footage of Project
The Wii U has been getting a lot of flak for not being a true next-gen system and while Nintendo's console doesn't sport the same specs as its bigger Xbox and PlayStation next-gen counterparts, it's still miles ahead of the Xbox 360 and PS3, and EA finally lifts the curtain on the Wii U's capabilities with a new video for NFS: Most Wanted U.
The Carmageddon: Reincarnation Kickstarter wrapped up late last week, raking in quite a bit more than its initial $400,000 goal, which developer Stainless Games actually met a full 10 days early on May 27. The 30-day Kickstarter campaign finally came to a close on June 7 with this latest romp into automobile-based carnage earning a whopping $625,143 from a total of 15,736 backers.
Slightly Mad Studios wasn't the one to release this week's screenshot cache for the highly impressive simulation racing game, Project CARS, instead the screenshots come courtesy of a GTA IV modder named Gionight, and they are so amazing looking they just might make you explode.
Gelid Games released the new trailer for the Soldier class vehicle for their upcoming arena-style vehicular combat game, Wheels of Destruction.
Codemasters released a new developer documentary that goes behind the scene of the Formula One racing scene and gets distinctive input from the actual drivers and F1 specialists on how well the game measures up to real life.
Nimblebit announced today that a brand new promo trailer and details for their upcoming kart racing game have been released.
Codemasters has released a new trailer for the upcoming rallycross game, Colin McRae’s DiRT 2.
DiRT 2 for PC is going to be delayed due to added support for DirectX 11. Nevertheless, the console version(s) of the game are still on the way and will be available at the end of summer.
Just recently, gPotato announced that a new form of content will be available for the game starting at the end of this month.
GameXChanger recently announced that a new free-to-play MMO that runs in a browser is currently available and…it’s free-to-play.
To further burn the recently announced Blur into the minds of gamers, Activision has released the very first set of screenshots for the game.
Just in case you missed these trailers while you were out trick-or-treating for Halloween, there’s no need to worry. There’s actually two trailers here for you viewing pleasure, one for the Adrenaline and one for the Nissan 370z. You can take a look at both trailers before the game releases.
Based on the real life Baja 1000 off-road event, Baja: Edge of Control pits players against the dangers of desert roads, mountainous terrain and cutting edge AI. Featuring close to 100 different tracks, countless parts with which to customize your ride, and more vehicles than Polyphony Digital can shake a polygon at.