Blasting Off With The SHIFT!!

Need For Speed goes back to the racetrack focusing in bringing back the legitimacy to the NFS name, and EA plans on doing this by releasing Need for Speed: Shift. What the player may immediately notice with the game play is the enhanced experience with driving the car, especially with the increase threat of crashing. The camera blurs, moves, shakes with the vibrations of bumping onto a wall or another car.

Realistic audio aims to top off this experience with both sounds of collision and reactions from the driver, including increased heartbeat, sharp gasps of breath, and even groans of agony. At high speeds, you may see a tunnel vision, reflections off the windshield, haze from the engine and debris.

Some of the key features involve the true driver's experience in which it delivers the true driver's experience including a three-dimensional HUD that mimics driver head movement, inertia and G-forces.

It also involves a dynamic crash effect when the player hits a static object or opponent car, the player will feel like they are 'taking damage'. It also has a nearly 70 licensed cars that are available and there are also over 15-real world locations.

Need for Speed SHIFT will be available on Xbox 360®, Playstation®3, PC and PLAYSTATION®PORTABLE (PSP) as well as on Mobile and iPhone. It will be available in stores in Europe on September 17 and in North America September 22.

For the product details, reviews and trailers, click here.

Monday, August 17, 2009

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