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  • The show featured exclusive world premiere game play and footage of Midway Games' Fear & Respect, The Godfather: The Game from John Singelton and Electronic Arts, and Need for Speed: Underground Rivals for the PlayStation Portable.Spike Video Game Awards-Wikipedia
  • The most widely known ones are the Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition and the Midnight Club series, certain entries in the Need for Speed series, Initial D series, and the Juiced series.Racing video game-Wikipedia
  • Since its acquisition, EA Black Box became home of the Need for Speed franchise, and many othersEA Vancouver-Wikipedia
  • The song "Callista" by video game music composer Saki Kaskas, who wrote the music for five Need for Speed games, was used as the game's Afterlife Club theme.Mass Effect 2-Wikipedia
  • For example, on PlayStation 3, physics ran in Need For Speed at 100 Hz versus Forza Motorsport 2 at 360 Hz.Game engine-Wikipedia
  • Popular arcade-style racers include the Need for Speed series, the Ridge Racer series, the Daytona USA series, the Sega Rally series, the Rush series, the Cruis'n series, the Midnight Club series, the Burnout series, the Out Run and MotorStorm series.Racing video game-Wikipedia
  • Drifting also features heavily in the Need for Speed franchise (notably games since Need for Speed: Underground), the Grid franchise, the Juiced franchise and in Japanese domestic console games such as Initial D: Extreme Stage (PS3), which is based solely on drifting.Drifting (motorsport)-Wikipedia
  • Some, such as Need for Speed, Arch Rivals and Punch-Out!!, satirize the sport for comic effect.Sports game-Wikipedia
  • It is the main engine used in some of EA's games, notably the Need for Speed series, and was also used in a few sports titles from EA Sports.EA Vancouver-Wikipedia
  • The biggest feature introduced was the Need for Speed Autolog, which tracked player progressions and recommended events to play.Need for Speed-Wikipedia
  • The song also made the soundtrack to the Electronic Arts video games Need for Speed: Underground 2 and Need for Speed: Underground Rivals for the PSP.Spiderbait-Wikipedia
  • However unlike in Need For Speed, there is not a pursuit system nor car damage.Street racing-Wikipedia
  • Currently, EA develops and publishes games of established franchises, including Battlefield, Need for Speed, The Sims, Medal of Honor, Command & Conquer, Dead Space, Mass Effect, Dragon Age, Army of Two, Titanfall, and Star Wars, as well as the EA Sports titles FIFA, Madden NFL, NBA Live, NHL, and EA Sports UFC.Electronic Arts-Wikipedia
  • Some of the most notable appearances include the Initial D Arcade Stage, Initial D, Gran Turismo, Forza Motorsport, Sega GT, Assetto Corsa, Tokyo Xtreme Racer, Need for Speed, Midnight Club, Wangan Midnight, Asphalt and Forza Horizon video games and The Fast and the Furious film series.Toyota Supra-Wikipedia
  • The car became emblematic of the Need for Speed franchise, making several appearances throughout later entries in the series.Lamborghini Diablo-Wikipedia
  • It has become notable through pop culture such as The Fast and the Furious, Initial D, Shakotan Boogie, Wangan Midnight, Need for Speed, Forza, Driving Emotion Type-S, and Gran Turismo.Nissan Skyline GT-R-Wikipedia
  • Additionally, the NFS Autolog was also used in the game.Need for Speed-Wikipedia
  • Some of the better-known games that utilise this are the recent Need for Speed titles, Unreal Tournament III, The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask, among many others.Motion blur-Wikipedia
  • According to Luke Reilly, "traces of Out Run DNA can be found in series like Test Drive, Need for Speed, Project Gotham Racing, and Burnout" as well as "modern racers like the Forza Horizon games and DriveClub".Out Run-Wikipedia
  • The Need for Speed series originally started on the 3DO system in 1994.Street racing-Wikipedia
  • In 2014, Poots starred in the romantic comedy That Awkward Moment and action film Need for Speed, an adaptation of the video game series and played Jess in the riveting film, A Long Way Down.Imogen Poots-Wikipedia
  • At Electronic Entertainment Expo 2012, Criterion Games announced that it had taken sole ownership of the Need for Speed franchise.Criterion Games-Wikipedia
  • Shift 2 includes the Autolog feature introduced in Hot Pursuit.Need for Speed-Wikipedia
  • Carbon is the first in the Need for Speed series to be released for PlayStation 3 and Wii seventh generation consoles and also the final in the series to be released for Xbox, GameCube and Game Boy Advance.Need for Speed: Carbon-Wikipedia
  • They are best known for their work on the racing video game series Burnout and various Need for Speed games.Criterion Games-Wikipedia
  • Launch games for PSP included; Ape Escape: On the Loose (North America, Europe, Japan), Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower (North America, Europe, Japan), Dynasty Warriors (all regions), Lumines (North America, Europe, Japan), Metal Gear Acid (North America, Europe, Japan), Need for Speed: Underground Rivals (North America, Europe, Japan), NFL Street 2: Unleashed (North America, Europe), Ridge Racer (North America, Europe, Japan), Spider-Man 2 (North America, Europe, Japan), Tiger Woods PGA Tour (North America, Europe, Japan), Tony Hawk's Underground 2 Remix (North America, Europe), Twisted Metal: Head-On (North America, Europe), Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade (North America, Europe, Japan), Wipeout Pure (all regions), and World Tour Soccer: Challenge Edition (North America, Europe).PlayStation Portable-Wikipedia
  • Need for Speed: Carbon is a 2006 racing video game, and the tenth installment in the Need for Speed series.Need for Speed: Carbon-Wikipedia
  • The year 2012 saw the release of numerous sequels to critically acclaimed video games, such as Alan Wake, Assassin's Creed, Borderlands, Call of Duty, Counter-Strike, Darksiders, Dead or Alive, Diablo, Fable, Far Cry, Forza Motorsport, Halo, Hitman, Mario Party, Marvel vs. Capcom, Mass Effect, Max Payne, Medal of Honor, Modern Combat, Need for Speed, Ninja Gaiden, PlanetSide, Pokémon, Prototype, Resident Evil, Silent Hill, Sniper Elite, Spec Ops, Super Mario, Tekken, The Darkness, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon, Transformers, Trials and X-COM.2012 in video gaming-Wikipedia
  • The year 2011 saw many new video games, as well the release of numerous sequels to critically acclaimed games, such as Ace Combat, Assassin's Creed, Batman: Arkham, Battlefield, Call of Duty, Call of Juarez, Cities XL, Crysis, Dead Space, Deus Ex, Dragon Age, Driver, Duke Nukem, Dynasty Warriors, F.E.A.R, Forza Motorsport, Gears of War, Infamous, Killzone, Let's Dance, LittleBigPlanet, Mario Kart, Modern Combat, Mortal Kombat, MX vs. ATV, Need for Speed, Operation Flashpoint, Pokémon, Portal, Rayman, Red Faction, Red Orchestra, Resistance, Saints Row, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, The Elder Scrolls, The Legend of Zelda, The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, Total War, Tropico and Uncharted.2011 in video gaming-Wikipedia
  • 2010 has seen many sequels and prequels in video games, including several new titles such as Ace Attorney, Alien vs. Predator, Army of Two, Assassin's Creed, Battlefield, BioShock, Call of Duty, Castlevania, Civilization, Crackdown, Donkey Kong, Darksiders, Dead Rising, Fable, Fallout, God of War, Gran Turismo, Grand Theft Auto, Guitar Hero, Halo, Just Cause, Kane and Lynch, Lost Planet, Mafia, Mass Effect, Medal of Honor, Mega Man, Metroid, Need for Speed, Pokémon, Prince of Persia, Rayman, Red Steel, Red Dead, Resident Evil, Rock Band, Skate, StarCraft, Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, Super Mario, Super Monkey Ball, Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell and Total War.2010 in video gaming-Wikipedia

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