Entries in 'need for speed' (59)
Criterion founder Alex Ward has attacked both Nintendo and EA over their treatment of Need for Speed: Most Wanted on Wii U.
UPDATE: EA has told MCV that Need for Speed has NOT become an EA Sports game, blaming "confusion" for the claim in Polygon's piece. Matt Bilbey will be involved with ...
Need for Speed: Most Wanted did not put in the commercial performance on Wii U that EA was hoping for.
Although there’s a certain amount of cryptic messaging to get past, it looks like EA’s next-gen racer is looking impressive on PS4 - going by what critics have been shown ...
The Need for Speed IP is now under the creative control of EA’s Gothenburg-based studio Ghost Games.
Racing fans will be able to play as undercover cops in this year's Need For Speed as EA expands the games careers option.
Electronic Arts showed off the first footage of the latest Need For Speed at tonight's E3 press conference.
Need for Speed: Most Wanted has been named as the next star of GAME’s lock-in events.
Two key titles have been given UK release dates for Nintendo’s Wii U.
UK retailers sold 2,075,634 games last week, generating over £50m in revenue.
The UK developer behind this year’s Need for Speed: Most Wanted has revealed that EA has handed it complete control of the IP.
Dreamworks has acquired the rights to a Need for Speed film from publisher EA.
UK developer Criterion has unveiled the next iteration in the Need for Speed series.
New entries to the Dead Space and Need for Speed franchises are set to arrive sometime in the current fiscal year, EA confirmed during a financial call earlier today.
EA is charging users of Need for Speed World $100 to download the free-to-play PC racer’s first ‘premium elite’ car.
Ancient swords, muscle cars, magic LEGO, Olympian hedgehogs, Racoon-suited plumbers and 5ft purple dildo bats – there's something for everyone.
EA has announced that the PS3 versions of Need for Speed: The Run will include seven free cars not found in the Xbox 360 SKU.
Have a game full of fast cars but need a man looking at a woman’s bum in your commercial? Yep, Michael Bay is definitely your man.
EA has enlisted Bad Boys and Transformers director Michael Bay to direct a new ad for upcoming street racer Need for Speed: The Run.
Need for Speed: The Run hits stores in November and this time things are a little different for the franchise. We take a look at gamers' playing patterns.
The veteran Codemasters CEO has no qualms about speaking his mind, particularly when it comes to the UK games industry.
In what it describes as 'the ultimate job', publisher EA has announced that it is to hire two European 'spokesmodels' for its Need for Speed franchise.
Need For Speed: The Run will take its title all too literally with the new free-running sections.
EA is to continue its 'special relationship' with Sony by offering extra content for three of its upcoming key releases on PS3.
EA has lifted the lid on the next iteration of its popular Need For Speed series.