Posts Tagged ‘Need For Speed Most Wanted’

EA Games have finally put Wii U speed adrenaline seekers out of their misery by announcing that the Most Wanted iteration of the Need for Speed franchise will be officially released for Nintendo’s latest gaming platform in March of this year. Need for Speed: Most Wanted has been critically acclaimed as one of the biggest triumphs in the racing gaming genre of recent times, bringing cutting-edge aesthetics and in-depth social features.

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Need For Speed is one of those all-action, adrenaline packed racing titles. If you’ve ever played a Need For Speed title or indeed seen any of the films, you’ll be more than familiar with the format, and with Need For Speed: Most Wanted having just released on various platforms, those looking to try before they buy can now do so on the Xbox 360. As per a tweet by Larry Hryb – better known in gaming circles as Major Nelson, the demo of Need For Speed: Most Wanted is now available on Xbox LIVE.

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Electronic Arts is one of the most prolific game publishing companies to ever have done it. Having excelled in bringing some of our most famed sports titles to our consoles, EA has continued to shine on mobile. Not only are the new releases frequent, but the quality is very high, and having already released quite a few Need for Speed titles hitherto, the company has just pushed Need For Speed: Most Wanted through to Apple’s App Store and Google Play.

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If mobile gaming happens to be your thing and iOS or Android is your mobile operating system of choice then be prepared to be blown away at some point this month as we gear ourselves for the release of the latest title in the Need For Speed franchise. The official Need For Speed Twitter account has pointed us in the direction of a YouTube trailer from EAMobileGames that treats us to twenty-four seconds of a simply breathtaking example of mobile gaming at its finest.

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Need for Speed is one of the most exciting driving titles on the market. If you like tooling around in super cars, injecting them with subhuman doses of nitrous before bursting corners and markers at light-speed, then you’ve more than likely played at least one iteration of Need for Speed, and the next in line – Need for Speed: Most Wanted – won’t be breaking from that mold for anybody. In fact, it’s one of those enthralling motor-based gaming series where very little braking is actually done at all, and although it can be quite repetitive in terms of gameplay, the missions and achievements always keep drivers coming back for more.

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