EA wasn't about to let Forza and Gran Turismo have all the fun, they're taking their Need for Speed Franchise right into their territory with Need for Speed: Shift. Mostly known for its arcade-style feel, the new Need for Speed is a true driving sim with realistic physics, crashes, and deep levels of customization options. The game will have a total of 70 cars such as the Zonda F and the Porsche 911 GT3 RSR and real-world tracks like Willow Springs, Laguna Seca, and much more. Link: $60
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