Need for Speed SHIFT

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The game had been reportedly in development for two years. It features a new "driving experience", as well as driver achievements; certain feats players must achieve on track, similar to the reward card system in [[Need for Speed Carbon]]. G-Force is an important part in the game, as in all simulators. Notably the in-car view makes its first appearance in an NFS game since 2000's [[Need for Speed Porsche Unleashed|Porsche Unleashed]]. The in-car view is highly detailed, and it will be possible to see the driver changing gears and moving his head to get a better view of the mirror. The crashes will affect the player's visuals. While crashing, there will be a temporary blur on screen. The sound aspect will have detailed car crash sound, as well as a sharp gasp of breath from the driver before a collision.
 
The game had been reportedly in development for two years. It features a new "driving experience", as well as driver achievements; certain feats players must achieve on track, similar to the reward card system in [[Need for Speed Carbon]]. G-Force is an important part in the game, as in all simulators. Notably the in-car view makes its first appearance in an NFS game since 2000's [[Need for Speed Porsche Unleashed|Porsche Unleashed]]. The in-car view is highly detailed, and it will be possible to see the driver changing gears and moving his head to get a better view of the mirror. The crashes will affect the player's visuals. While crashing, there will be a temporary blur on screen. The sound aspect will have detailed car crash sound, as well as a sharp gasp of breath from the driver before a collision.
  
There is also a driver profile feature. This shows the precision or aggression used in races and the total driver points of a player. There is a total of 19 tracks that can be raced in more than 50 ways and a total of 72 cars.
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There is also a driver profile feature. This shows the precision or aggression used in races and the total driver points of a player. There is a total of 19 tracks that can be raced in more than 50 ways and a total of 72 cars, not counting DLCs.
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The first DLC was released on November 20, 2009 called the '''Team Racing Pack''', featuring five new cars and a patch was recently released as well.
  
 
==Game Info==
 
==Game Info==

Revision as of 12:38, 2 December 2009

Need for Speed: SHIFT is the 13th installment in the long-running racing game series Need for Speed. Developed by Slightly Mad Studios, the game is a significant departure from the general series formula, instead focusing on a hardcore racing simulation approach, possibly mildly influenced by the generally disliked by critics and fans installment Need for Speed ProStreet.

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Overview

The game had been reportedly in development for two years. It features a new "driving experience", as well as driver achievements; certain feats players must achieve on track, similar to the reward card system in Need for Speed Carbon. G-Force is an important part in the game, as in all simulators. Notably the in-car view makes its first appearance in an NFS game since 2000's Porsche Unleashed. The in-car view is highly detailed, and it will be possible to see the driver changing gears and moving his head to get a better view of the mirror. The crashes will affect the player's visuals. While crashing, there will be a temporary blur on screen. The sound aspect will have detailed car crash sound, as well as a sharp gasp of breath from the driver before a collision.

There is also a driver profile feature. This shows the precision or aggression used in races and the total driver points of a player. There is a total of 19 tracks that can be raced in more than 50 ways and a total of 72 cars, not counting DLCs.

The first DLC was released on November 20, 2009 called the Team Racing Pack, featuring five new cars and a patch was recently released as well.

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Slightly Mad Studios
  • Developer: Slightly Mad Studios
  • Publisher: Electronic Arts
  • Release Dates: September 15th (North America), September 22nd (Europe)
  • Available on: XBOX 360™, PlayStation3®, Playstation® Portable, and PC-DVD

Features

  • Interior View: Featuring detailed and fully functional cockpit that is also customizable.
  • Realistic Physics Engine
  • Damage Model
  • Full Replay Mode
  • Visual and Performance Customization
  • 16 car races
  • Real world tracks

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