Need for Speed: Shift Previews - PSP

Game Description: Need For Speed: Shift is unlike any Need For Speed game released yet. Whereas the series has traditionally focused on arcade-style racing, Need For Speed: Shift moves into Gran Turismo territory and focusing on intense realism and simulation of racing. Electronic Arts describes the game as a racing game built by racers for racers.
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    Strap in and hang on as Blair Herter talks with Drew Hahn from Electronic Arts about 'Need for Speed: Shift', the game's improvements, new Cockpit Views, crash effects, sound effects and more.

    Posted: Sep 9, 2009 | 8,132 Views | 01:54

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    'Need for Speed: Shift' Producer Interview: Evolved Racing Franchise

    'Need for Speed: Shift' Interview

    Posted: May 13, 2009

  • Need for Speed 100 Milliion Milestone Trailer

    Posted: October 22, 2009

    5,633 Views | 02:00

  • Need for Speed: Shift Drew Hahn PAX 09 Interview

    Posted: September 22, 2009

    1,481 Views | 06:00

  • Need For Speed: Shift Preview

    Posted: September 9, 2009

    8,132 Views | 01:54

  • Need for Speed: Shift Spa Francorchamps Trailer

    Posted: September 9, 2009

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  • Need for Speed: Shift Willow Spring Trailer

    Posted: September 3, 2009

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