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Criterion: Need for Speed: Most Wanted Will Feature"All The Best Shit” From Burnout Paradise & NFS:HP

Matt Gardner
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Criterion: Need for Speed: Most Wanted Will Feature"All The Best Shit” From Burnout Paradise & NFS:HP

It's good to see Criterion back in the saddle, doing what they do best. We rather thought that Need for Speed: Most Wanted looked a little familiar, and as it turns out there's a reason for that: Criterion are aiming to put "all the best shit" from their previous two smash hits into this game.

“It’s everything we know about open-world driving, just piling it together,” Criterion's Matt Webster explained to Videogamer at E3 this year. “All the best shit about Burnout and everything we did in Hot Pursuit, we’re just smashing them together.

“[Most Wanted] is what we think an open-world game should be. Hot Pursuit was about beautiful cars and epic drives, and so it didn’t match what we wanted to do in that game. This time it totally does. Everything that we’ve ever done comes to pass here.”

“You remember the journey that we went on with Paradise. The game that we shipped was absolutely not the game that we ended up with. And with Hot Pursuit we learned a bunch of other things. This is the best of everything.”

Need for Speed: Most Wanted over here on November 2nd for PC, PS3, Xbox 360, and PS Vita and PC, with North America getting it on October 30th.

Add a comment3 comments
Kais  Jun. 7, 2012 at 15:21

EA do realise that they've already released a game called Need for Speed: Most Wanted, don't they?

It is actually my favourite and it confuses me that this isn't a sequel or a rerelease but a whole new game.

jk12324  Jun. 7, 2012 at 16:05

It's not a true reboot without customisation.

DivideByZero  Jun. 7, 2012 at 18:32

If it runs even close to as good as Burnout Paradise, then it will be awesome.

For the BOP is still the best racing game ever made, for me, the right ammount of arcade mixed with fun challenges.

However, if they just make a lame NFS game (as the last x many have been) but make that NFS game open world, that would suck.


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