Ghost Games, the developers behind the most recent Need For Speed (initially released on consoles November 2015), have announced that their latest SpeedList update will be their last free content update for the game. The game came to the PC this March, and up to now Ghost Games has been offering free additional updates including new game modes, cars, and patches. Ghost Games also announced that they are working on the next Need For Speed title to be released in 2017:
“We are now building upon the foundations that have been laid with Need for Speed and delivering our next game in 2017.”
I’ve been playing Need for Speed, and recently finished all of the game’s story missions, but this is the first NFS game I have played to completion in over a decade.
The game has made me think about the series and re-examine the series as a whole. I am a fan of particular time in the Need For Speed series.
Happy New Year!
Since 2015 has officially drawn to a close I thought I would share a bit of an end of the year recap highlighting my favorite stuff in 2015. This list includes from the games I played to the movies I watched.
A playthrough of The Matrix: Path of Neo.
Path of Neo is a video game adaption of the Matrix Trilogy, retelling most of the key events of the three movies. The game was written and directed by The Wachowskis, who wrote and directed the films. The game features vignettes and actual footage taken from the movies.
A playthrough of Yakuza 2
A playthrough of the PS2 Classic, Yakuza.
The recent tidal wave of Content ID claims against YouTube’s content creators spark controversy, but also has cultivated a dialogue amongst video creators and viewers about what is Fair Use and just how convoluted copyright is.
Rapid's gameplay videos of Warframe a free to play online third person action game by Digital Extremes.These videos feature the Giant Bomb Clan.