Criterion is working on something new and unrelated to the Need For Speed franchise.
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EA will provide off-screen play in the Wii U version of Criterion’s latest racing game.
Sales for total video game hardware, software, and accessories sold at retail were $2.55 billion in November, down 11 percent from $2.87 billion a year ago.
While Medal of Honor: Warfighter has some fun beneath its gritty fingernails, it fails as the military-shooter flag-bearer it wants to be.
Criterion returns to open-world racing for the first time since Burnout Paradise, and Need for Speed Most Wanted does a fine job maintaining that legacy … even if it doesn’t do very much that’s new along the way.
Developer Criterion has previously shown off the PC version, but at a recent expo in Europe the team demoed the racing game on a PlayStation 3.
Dreamworks Studios has acquired the film rights to Electronic Arts’ racing-game series Need for Speed. We use our world-class taste to cast the film.
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