Need for Speed: Shift Direct-Feed Developer Walkthrough

Posted: September 2, 2009
Need for Speed: Shift Direct-Feed Developer Walkthrough
EA Producer Jesse Abney gives us an extended direct-feed gameplay preview of the realistic installment of their renowned racing franchise Need for Speed: Shift.

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  • Philofish

    Need For Speed Shift.
    The game runs but where the road should be I see only flashing colors, like strobe lighting in a night club. lol very very disappointed in EA Games. Reading other blogs I found my Radeon HD 4890 and NFS S%$t do not get on. One of the people in support said (they are nice) that the reason was because NFS S%$t came out before Vista came out lol WTF!?! lol I am looking here everyday, waiting for the patch lol reminds me of my old commador64 days lol Wolfenstine runs better than this game lol

    EA Blog is full of bad comments
    http://forum.ea.com/eaforum/ forums/show/252.page

    I have PS3, Xbox360 and Gaming PC. I thought purchasing this game on PC would be better than the PS3, better graphics etc boy was I wrong! but it sounds like you guys are having problems too.
    At E3 2009 this game looked fantastic, what happened?

    Posted: November 6, 2009 1:12 AM
  • TeamGalactic

    This game looks great, the Need for Speed Series really have come a long way. I've been playing alot of GTR2 for PC when I need my racing fix, but I think its time to try this (or Dirt 2). Nows a good time to be a racing fan.

    Posted: September 3, 2009 10:01 AM
  • Vanakra999

    I belive these guys will pull the top 5 once more because of how far these guys have put there ideas and skills as gamers and makers together, this game will sell no more than 5million units in 1-2 months time during its sell release.

    Posted: September 3, 2009 9:53 AM
  • titolajko

    This may not be as good graphicallly as GT5, but it feels real. These guys at EA really studied how people drive and body mechanics. Notice how the camera moves forward and backwards depending if the plaer hits gas or brake. This adds the human element to the game. Our bodies really respond to speed and this game shows it. Also the camera sits back just far enough as if u are in the seat. GT5 and Forza 3 is off when it comes to this. Camera moves as the human head would move and I appreciate this attention to detail.

    Posted: September 3, 2009 8:22 AM