Criterion revamping Need for Speed

Criterion revamping Need for Speed

Criterion, the makers of the popular video game series Burnout, will be taking the helm for the next installment of Need for Speed in 2010.

Frank Gibeau, president of EA Games, confirmed that development has already been going on for some time. He admitted that the quality of newer NFS games had suffered due to inadequate resources behind them.

Many NFS fans have long felt the game needed a change, will Criterion bring that to the table?

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need4speedgamer said:

What the heck you mean inadequate RESOURCES? Are you guys trying to say you don't know what you're doing? Or did not have enough resources? Haaaaa that's a good cover-up. NFS will continue failing until FRANK GIBEAU realizes NFS needs to go back to ol school style. For one he can start off with porsche unleashed, 2nd highstakes onto ps3 with shift graphics.

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NFS Fan said:

NFS is great, my most favorite game(s). Resources are things such as people or technology like software developers, compilers, graphics developers or enough people to write code. Etc. I am looking forward to the next installment of NFS. I love you guys. If you don't know what a word means get out a dictionary once in a while.

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