Still Can't Believe A Need For Speed Game Looks Good

With E3 almost upon us, EA have reminded us of what I like to think is the spiritual successor to the Project Gotham series, Need for Speed: Shift.

Still freaks me out that I'm interested in a Need for Speed game. Then again, it freaks me out even more that EA had the good sense to ditch the "Fast & the Furious" angle the franchise had taken in recent years, and make the whole thing a little classier.

Anyway, this new trailer and screens are here in honour of the announcement that in addition to featuring over 65 real cars, the game will also feature 18 real tracks.

Still Can't Believe A Need For Speed Game Looks Good

Still Can't Believe A Need For Speed Game Looks Good

Still Can't Believe A Need For Speed Game Looks Good

Still Can't Believe A Need For Speed Game Looks Good