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Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Screenshots and Images - Xbox 360

Game Description: At the heart of Need for Speed Hot Pursuit is a suite of connected features called Need for Speed Autolog that enables players to connect, compare and compete with their friends effortlessly. Exotic cars on the open road, the rush of the escape, the thrill of the takedown – this is Need for Speed Hot Pursuit.
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Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Screenshot & Image Galleries

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