Yes it is yet another Need For Speed game, easily written off as a grab for quick cash by publisher Electronic Arts. However, this newest iteration of a franchise that has a couple of decades history behind it, looks like it will have some grunt under its virtual bonnet.
Electronic Arts Australia is being quite ballsy in taking its First Play events to the public arena. Giving punters a chance to play pre-release code of big game franchises such as FIFA, Medal of Honor and Need for Speed could result in a wider acceptance and new audience, or a shunning of the brand.
The latest video game franchise to get a big screen movie adaptation is the very popular Need For Speed series. Electronic Arts has been trying to inject more ‘story’ into the racing series recently, is it enough to translate into 2 hours’ worth of watchable cinema fodder?
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