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Shift 2: Unleashed trailer previews exclusive 'limited edition' whips

You know that trio of sweet rides you get for pre-ordering the "limited edition" of Shift 2: Unleashed? If that's what you're after, then this trailer's gotcha covered. If not, how about some nocturnal racing? No? Well, aren't you hard to please!...

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Shift 2 Unleashed 'Limited Edition' buyers get three fancy cars before the rest of us

Looking to drift around Shift 2 Unleashed's narrow apexes in a perfectly balanced Nissan Silvia Spec-R Aero (S15)? To leap from 0 to 60 in 3.3 seconds with an over $300K Lamborghini Murciélago LP640? To ... uh ... commute in style in an Alfa Romeo Giulietta QV? You may want to pre-order the ...

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Shift 2 Unleashed preview: The new look of racing sims

Now that the dust has started to settle around Gran Turismo 5, EA is pulling off the sheet on its Need for Speed: Shift sequel. Simply Shift 2 Unleashed -- no "Need for Speed" in the title -- the racer represents returning developer Slightly Mad Studios' continuing effort to make players feel like ...

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Shift 2 Unleashed loses 'Need for Speed' and adds Hot Pursuit's Autolog

What better day to announce a new entry in a long-standing franchise than the release date for what is, arguably, the best installment in the series to date. Today, on Need for Speed Hot Pursuit's big day, EA has stolen some of that thunder by announcing Shift 2 Unleashed, the sequel to last year's...

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Need for Speed: Shift 2 crossing finish line in early 2011

Another Need for Speed game entering the world is, at this point, less like the birth of a child and more like locating a new star. Sure, we're going to name it, but there's no need to Skype your Gram-Gram about it. It is in this spirit that we soberly yet respectfully report that a new star, NFS-2...

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Need for Speed: Shift 2, Black Box-developed NFS both hinted for 2011

A pair of LinkedIn profiles suggests that at least two Need for Speed titles will be released next year. According to the profile page of programmer Chris Mcclure, he was at NFS: Shift developer Sightly Mad Studios from August 2009 – February 2010 where he "worked on new open world technology...

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