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UPDATE - ROUGH DRAFT EDIT 1
After reading lots of comments on here and other big videogame forum sites such as Gamespot, I decided to write an idea for the next Need for Speed game. I was planning on posting it on here as well as sending it directly to EA.
Honestly, I don't understand why EA went back to the racing simulation like ProStreet. They claim the reason ProStreet wasn't a hit was because it was a fully racing simulation game. But I believe they are wrong. I believe the reason it was frowned upon was because people don't want a racing simulation game from Need for Speed. They can get that by buying Gran Turismo, Forza, or any of the other fully racing simulation games. What the people want from EA and the Need for Speed franchise is the illegal, street racing scene. That's what really hit it off with the series.
Now I believe that we need to return and make almost a Underground 2/Most Wanted mix game with Next Gen updates and graphics of course.
With all this that I have read, I have compiled a game that I think will satisfy most. I do try to add as much realistic touches to this game as possible though so it still has the real life feel and effect. This is the game I have created. Please leave comments and let me know what you think. Give input if you'd like and also sign off on it if you agree because I think the more people that agree, at least with the basis of the story mode and game, then we can maybe get it through to EA and have a chance to get a good quality game out of them. We can fine tune the little stuff later, but for now. Let's get away from this racing sim and back to what Need for Speed should be.
Need for Speed: Back To The Streetsİ
Need for Speed returns to the streets and is here to stay with Need for Speed: Back to the Streets! Experience the world of street racing in an all new view where you start from nothing and work your way up through not only racing but meeting people and making contacts to get you further! Take on your competition from the streets of the City to the Beach!
Ryan Patrick Michaels aka "RPM" has lived on the outskirts of Paradise Beach all his life. He recently moved into the heart of the city so he could attend a community college and hopefully find direction in his life. But disaster struck and Ryan soon ran out of money. He had always had a passion for cars and now in need a job, turned to Redline Performance. With some luck, Ryan was able to score a job driving parts and stocking.
One day at work, Ryan happened to over here some guys buy a turbo, that there was a big street racing going down that night on Sunset Drive. Ryan got off work at 8:00 so he thought he just might swing by and see what happens. When Ryan arrived, he was stunned to see the number of people that were gathered around the racing cars. There must have been hundreds! He struggled to get up close and to see the beautiful cars. A few minutes later a woman ran out in front of the cars. She held her arms up, and then quickly threw them down. The cars went flying off the line, RPMs screaming and turbos spooling up. Ryan immediately knew this is what he wanted to do; become a street racer and rule the city of Paradise Beach.
As you play through the career mode, you begin working for Redline Performance by day, and racing and building up your ride and rep by night, becoming the King of Paradise Beach.
Once you begin to earn enough money and have a high enough rep, you then have the option to leave Redline Performance and buy a piece of real-estate in which you build your own Garage and Performance shop with your own touches. There, you can build your own cars, tune them, and even dyno them! Of course you need to have enough money to buy the lifts and dynos for your garage before you can do that and start making the big money. Let's just hope your shop is big enough for all the business!
~Alfa Romeo Brera
~AMC SC/Rambler ('69)
~American Motors AMX ('69)
~Aston Martin DB9
~Audi Le mans Quattro
~BMW M3 GT
~Buick GSX ('70)
~Chevrolet Camaro Concept
~Chevrolet Camaro SS ('69)
~Chevrolet Chevelle SS ('71)
~Chevrolet Corvette Z06
~Chevrolet El Camino SS ('70)
~Chevrolet Nova SS ('6
~Dodge Challenger Concept
~Dodge Charger R/T ('6
~Dodge Charger SRT8
~Dodge Dart ('69)
~Dodge Viper SRT10
~Ford Five Hundred
~Ford Mustang Boss 302 ('70)
~Hemi Super Bee ('70)
~Honda S2000 Roadster
~Mustang GT ('07)
~Mustang GT ('67)
~Shelby GT500 ('07)
~Shelby GT500 ('67)
~Shelby Saleen ('07)
~Mazda MX-5 Miata
~Mercedes-Benz McLaren SLR
~Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG
~Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX
~Mitsubishi Eclipse GT
~Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX MR
~Nissan Skyline GT-R R34
~Nissan Skyline R35
~Plymouth Hemi Cuda ('70)
~Plymouth "6-Pack" Road Runner ('69)
~Pontiac Firebird ('6
~Pontiac Trans Am ('71)
~Porsche Carrera GT
~Porsche Caymen S
~Porsche Carrera S
~Porsche Turbo S
~Renault Clio V6
~Subaru WRX STI Imperza
~Volkswagen Golf R32
~Police Civic Cruiser - Heat 1
~Police Civic Cruiser Undercover - Heat 2
~Police GTO State Cruiser - Heat 3
~Police GTO State Cruiser Undercover - Heat 4
~Police Corvette Interceptor - Heat 5
~Police Corvette Interceptor Undercover - Heat 6
~Police Rhino - Heat 3 & Up
~Tournaments (Drift, Drag, Circuit, Sprint, etc.)
Things you'll encounter while playing:
~Level 6 Heat
~Much Longer Career Mode
~Greater Selection Realistic Cars
~Beaches, Theme Parks, Urban, Stadiums, Airports, and other kinds of landscape and buildings
~Secret Cars (Unlock through Reward Cards or Challenge Series)
~Hidden Bonus (Cars, Performance, Body, Money, etc.)
~Online and Offline Play
~Instrument Cluster (Gauges)
~Individual Shops - Go to specific stores to get what you're looking for like the Performance Shop, Body Shop, Specialty Shop, Paint Shop and more!
~Autosculpt - Make your ultimate dream car but sculpting anything you put on it from Body Kits to Rims.
~Show your Car - Drive up to car show rooms and participate in shows. If people like your look enough, you could make it onto the cover of a magazine or even a DVD!
~Day/Night - New 24 hour clock letting you live the intense racing life during the day and night.
~Dyno/Test Track - The Dyno and Test Track are back, you can now test your horsepower and tweak your car all from the Performance shop.
~Police Pursuits - The Cops are back and ready to take down any Street Racers who come in their path.
~In Car View - Now you get an even greater real life feel of driving with the in car view, taken from the soon to release Shift.
~Junk Yard - Now you have the ability to buy cars and parts cheaper than the Dealership prices! Of course, they may require some work but who wouldn't take an old '69 Camaro for $1,000 with a missing bumper and blown head gasket. Buy a new engine and its race ready! That bumper can always come later.
~Engine Swaps - You no longer have to settle for the stock 350 that comes in a Camaro. You can now swap engines to make it even more powerful! Maybe swap it with a 454. Or maybe drop some 402 Camshafts and make it a 383 Stroker instead! The customizations are endless!
~Real Life Brands - No more fake or created parts, all parts are now organized by either stock or aftermarket from major brands like Edelbrock, Alpine, Enkei, MagnaFlow, Borla, and many more!
~Create your own Garage - A new aspect that makes you want to keep playing, you can now buy different real-estate that come up for sale during the game and put your own customizable garage on it. Then manage it by not only working on your car there, but making some profit and working on other's cars there as well!
~Online Racing - Online no longer offers just races, but also online free roam where you can cruise around on your own or with friends showing off your ride, challenging others to quick outrun races, or even become part of a Street Gang.
~Over 70 Realistic Cars - Tons of cars to pick from to and many types to show your personality.
**Available on PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, and PC**
Ok so I ended up picking up Resistance: Fall of Man used at Gamestop a little over a week ago so I've been playing that. I've beaten the game and gotten all the intel so I've started playing online...
Does anyone have any tips for me for playing online? I seem to get hammered (haha) most of the time when I play and the big thing I notice is that to kill some people I have to unload a clip while others kill me in like 10 shots. Is that because they're a higher level than me and have more power??
Anyway, give me some feedback and any tips for playing online that you have, I'd really appreciate it. Thanks!!
Alright so I've beaten GTA: IV, Need for Speed Undercover, Skate, and am about to beat Condemned 2 and now I'm looking for some good games, preferably shooter.
I'm looking to get them used at Gamstop and was looking at Resistance: Fall of Man and Rainbow Six Vegas. Which one is better? Or should I get a different game entirely? I'm not wanting to spend any more than $25 just to give you a price range.
Any feed back would be appreciated. Thanks!
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