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Another Look: Need For Speed World

Posted on Tuesday, August 7 @ 09:44:17 PST by KevinS

Have you played Need for Speed in a while?  Have you been chased by copious amounts of police officers because you did that-which-shall-not-be-named?

Well, if you've missed out on playing Need for Speed World before, EA's recent Summer Showcase event was showing more cars, more tracks, more… yeah. The game has already been out for two years, which is surprising in and of itself, but that it's been consistently updated over those two years with new tracks, new cars, and all sorts of other little add-ons is damn impressive if you ask me.

Plus, it should help to teach me not only how to run from police (which I got to try on EA's campus) but how to generally not drive like a little old grandma who can't see over the steering wheel. The MMO racing title, part of EA's "Play4Free" roster, is surprisingly good at that. I just boot up, turn on my favorite Linkin Park album, and put the pedal to the metal!

I would, I WOULD do that, if it wasn't a Windows-only title. Seriously, as much as I love my Mac, the only games I seem to be able to play (or really, what I WANT to play) would be Torchlight and WoW (if I decide my other addictions that drain my wallet aren't enough already). We, your Macintosh friends, we would like to play too! And really, that's the only gripe I personally have with NFSW (besides confusing the initials with "NSFW", giving me a false sense of "oh crap, hope my boss isn't looking over my shoulder!").

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