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Post by nachosjustice @ 09:00am 09/06/11 | 5 Comments
They say that life imitates art but, more often than not, it seems that art imitates art. Well, not that you’d necessarily call the Fast & Furious films art, but you get the point. The newly unleashed Need for Speed: The Run trailer shows a combination of street racing (duh) and also some new-to-the-franchise on-foot action.

Steve mentioned that these take the form of “third-person action sequences that are essentially interactive quick-time events from scripted sequences” in his summary of the E3 press conference. Have a peek at what’s on offer in the trailer below. We’ve also uploaded some new screenshots to The Run’s game page.

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Posted 01:00pm 09/6/11
Just what everyone always wanted. QUICKTIME Events in a racing game...
Posted 05:46pm 09/6/11
Hey it worked in...
Posted 06:33pm 09/6/11
Am I the only one who HATES quicktime cutscenes?? It seems like some noobs must like them because they are in every bloody game these days :/
Posted 06:43pm 09/6/11
argh, who would use that view when driving!?!?!?

driving looked lame as s*** :(
Posted 10:26am 10/6/11
I haven't played racing games in a long time but is it still normal to have those arrows to cut off the street and tell you to turn in today's racing games? Makes the experience look s*** imo.
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