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  • Blog Post: Need For Speed Most Wanted Gets Trio Of DLC

    Need for Speed Most Wanted is giving fans all the RPMs they can handle with three DLC packs. Terminal Velocity ($14.99 or 1,200 MS) New area Hughes International Airport hosts new single player modes, new cars (including the Porsche 918 Spyder 2013), 136 multiplayer milestones, 10 new multiplayer speedlists... More
  • Blog Post: Need For Speed Most Wanted Demo Released

    A single-player demo for Need for Speed Most Wanted is out today for PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade. Players can drive the Aston Martin V12 Vantage, Porsche 911 Carrera S, Audi R8 GT Spyder, and the Ford Focus RS500. Game Informer editor Matt Kato scored the game a 9 out of 10. Read his review... More
  • Blog Post: Are You Still Playing The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim?

    The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim released one year ago today, and it's a huge a game. Are you still playing it? This holiday season has had no shortage of huge expansive experiences. Assassin's Creed III offers a large open world with lots to do. Borderlands 2 has about 10 or 15 guns hidden across... More
  • Blog Post: Take To The Streets In Need For Speed: Most Wanted Launch Trailer

    If drifting off of cliffs, running from the cops, and ramming your competitors off the road is your thing, check out Need For Speed Most: Wanted's launch trailer. The game is receiving positive reviews across the board, and the trailer showcases all of the action and insanity that's on display... More
  • Blog Post: Need For Speed Most Wanted Pre-Order Bonuses Announced

    In what's becoming more and more commonplace among game pre-ordering, anyone who puts down some early money for Need for Speed Most Wanted at select retailers will get the limited-edition version of the title for free. The Limited Edition includes: (text from Electronic Arts) Four hours of Double... More
  • Blog Post: Criterion Takes Over Entire Need For Speed Series

    Gamers were ecstatic when developer Criterion signed on for its first Need for Speed title in 2009, and with its second NFS game coming this fall in Most Wanted, the studio is poised to take full control of the franchise. We talked to Criterion vice president Alex Ward at E3, and he revealed that from... More
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