Need FOR Speed is Here
The real game is on.
Obviously, simulation racing isn’t the most organic evolution for the Need For Speed series. Sure, Prostreet had a dose of realism injected into it, but it wavered indecisively between circuit sim and arcade racer. So it’s appropriate that the latest NFS title is called SHIFT because it’s obviously trying to “shift” the franchise in a new direction.
SHIFT is executed to effectively that will grab Forza fans without alienating its speed obsessed audience. True to tradition, SHIFT is incredibly accessible. Thanks to the brilliant new experience and leveling system I found myself obsessing over my races. Whether you’re drafting, blocking or smashing into opponents, you’re always earns experience which, when combined with podium finishers, earns you higher ranks and stars.
The demo on the DVD is a watered-down version of the real deal. This is a spectacular racing series known for its high octane thrills. With the series latest release of SHIFT, the popular racing franchise doesn’t look to be slowing down any time soon.
· Intel Core 2 Duo 1.6-GHz
· 1 GB of RAM
· 6 GB Free HD space
· GeForce 7800 Or Better