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Recent Articles: Shift 2: Unleashed
For all of those not in the know, TMI means Too Much Information, and that’s what you’re about to get. I got my endoscopy today! An endoscopy is a test where they stick a tube down your throat to check out your stomach to make sure everything is a-ok. I’m happy to say the test results were all clear! And I even got some cool pictures of my innards, which I’d be glad to post for the curious.
ANYWAY! Today’s Amazon Deal of the Day in video games is EA’s Shift 2 – Unleashed. It’s $39.95 on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and $29.95 on PC. Our own Adam Woolcott really enjoyed it, so I’d say pick it up if you have a need for speed!
Nothing good on the daily shirt circuit, but this Penny Arcade shirt, affectionately titled It Only Does, is most likely selling like hotcakes:
Do you remember where you were, when the Playstation Network went down? I was riding a tortoise through an automatic car wash.
It might be difficult to believe, but Need For Speed began as a racing sim. While the franchise might be known for high-speed police chases, loose physics, cheesy stories, and the immortal Razor Callahan, the original game (for the 3DO, no less) was a realistic take on driving a car at high speeds. While EA attempted to return NFS to its roots once before – 2007′s Need For Speed: Pro Street was something that could be described as a racing sim – 2009′s Need For Speed: Shift was the first time they’d really tackled the genre in such a forceful manner. The result was a game that couldn’t quite hang with Gran Turismo or Forza Motorsport, but managed to carve a niche that wasn’t really around – a realistic racer that wasn’t bogged down in endless menus and needless complexities. It was something to build upon, and with Shift 2: Unleashed, they’re doing just that. (more…)
While the impending release of the 3DS still dominates the coming soon lists, there will be plenty of new games available when the calendar skips to the week ahead.
Fresh off Tiger Woods’ victory on Morning Drive, his namesake game, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters, will be available in stores this week for the PS3, Wii and Xbox 360. It’ll be joined by Square Enix’s long-awaited PSP sequel to Parasite Eve, The 3rd Birthday.
More sports action dominates this week’s new releases including the arcade wrestling title WWE All-Stars (PS3, PSP, Wii, Xbox 360 and PS2!) as well as a pair of racing games: Shift 2: Unleashed (PC, PS3, Xbox 360) and NASCAR 2011 (PS3, Wii, Xbox 360).
Finally, everyone’s favorite hack and slash series returns for another round of ancient Chinese warfare. I refer, of course, to Koei’s Dynasty Warriors 7 (PS3, Xbox 360).
The full list of the rest of this week’s new releases can be found after the break. (more…)
Slightly Mad Studios and EA released a couple shots today of the Pagani Zonda R and F models that will be appearing in the next game of their racing sim franchise, Shift 2: Unleashed. It’s no Gran Turismo, but you can expect this to be what the cars will actually look like during gameplay, and the cockpit view is impressive as always. Shift 2 will be available at retail on March 29.
Hit the jump to see all the screenshots. (more…)
Electronic Arts has released a new trailer for the Need For Speed-less Shift 2: Unleashed, which you can check out above. And if you stick around until the end, you’ll get a glimpse of the game’s newly announced release date: March 29.
Shift 2: Unleashed is being developed by Slighty Mad Studios and will be available on the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.