Today Electronic Arts revealed its next vroom-vroom game, Need for Speed Payback, which will be out November 10 for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.
While at first glance these appear to be famous promotional images for classic racing games, they’re actually just a bunch of very well-staged Forza Horizon 3 screenshots.
According to 126 Tesla customers, the Model S sedan P85D performance version can eat dirt, because its “insane mode” isn’t as insane as the company claims.
The Need For Speed video game franchise has a “completely rebooted” installment dropping November 3rd, and they’ve announced all 51 cars coming available upon release.
Electronic Arts has formally announced the new Need For Speed, which appears to be taking some serious cues from Need For Speed Underground, and is a “full reboot” for the series.
The GTA Spano start up supercar from the shit show that was the Need For Speed movie caught fire the other day in Spain. Like, it really, really caught on fire.
Okay, so the Need for Speed movie was pretty terrible. But! I read through all of Jason's review, and I didn't see one complaint about the engine noises. If there's any reason for that, it's because the engines sounded so real. And that's because they were.
You know how you used to think that all movies based on video games suck (excepting, of course, 1975's intense psychosexual thriller Pong)? Well, you're still right. Need for Speed, though it tries very hard, is a movie that assumes car-lovers are idiots. And, as a car-lover and (rarely) occasional non-idiot, I'm sick…
Need For Speed is legendary in the video gaming world. According to Wikipedia there are 20 titles in their series. And, joy of joys, they’ve made a movie.
Yeah, bitch! The star of Breaking Bad and the upcoming Need For Speed movie Aaron Paul will be Top Gear's Star in a Reasonably Priced Car on this Sunday's episode, and he's in HOT PURSUIT of the top of the leaderboard.
The Super Bowl trailer for the Need For Speed movie just debuted, and it's got Koenigseggs, McLarens, Lamborghinis, Mustangs, and really everything in between. We'll see if this sets the bar for every car movie here on out.
This is so stupid it's awesome. Viagame pit one of the world's top racing video game drivers against a real-life professional to see who was better. But the best part is Frederik Brolin, the video gamer, is driving the course, virtually, inside a car that is driving the course in real life.
The upcoming Need For Speed movie is not going to be good. No, I haven't seen it yet, I can just tell. But the stunt work might actually be pretty great.
Today, gamers are being given the first chance to get behind the wheel of the all-new Ford Mustang. EA and Ford are teaming up to let players of the recently released "Need for Speed™Rivals" video game virtually drive the hotly anticipated, next-generation Mustang before it hits the streets next year.
Everyone in this year's Need For Speed—racers and cops both—is an asshole. Neither side is likable. Thank God. It's incredibly freeing to be a total, speed-obsessed jerk, especially when it's accompanied by amazing visuals and intense velocity. Way to welcome us to next-gen, Need For Speed Rivals.
Race fans planning on attending Ford Championship Weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway Nov. 15-17 already know they're going to see stock cars racing side-by-side at breathtaking speeds. It's the speed of another sort, however, that Ford Motor Co. hopes has them talking even more.
For one moment, the gap between playing a game on PC and on console seemed razor-thin. I played Need for Speed Rivals on both PC and PS4 and the two versions of EA’s upcoming racing game were virtually indistinguishable. What I saw was impressive no matter what machine it was running on.