We kick it into drive with Need for Speed: Most Wanted and show the world our hidden blade with a bit of Assassin's Creed III.
If this is as close as we're going to get to another Burnout Paradise, Jeff and Brad are cool with that.
I don't know why parts of this video are in Spanish, but...well, don't worry about it. Just watch the pretty cars crash.
Here's EA's brief overview of Need for Speed: Most Wanted's single-player side.
This really is the Burnout Paradise sequel we never got, isn't it?
This trailer also proves that "Baba O'Riley" probably didn't require a dance remix.
That a dubstep remix of "I Want You to Want Me" has not become this game's theme song is greatly distressing to me.
Jeff chats up Matt Webster of Criterion for some detail on the second Need for Speed game that they're puttin' together.
Not to be confused with the drug addiction simulator, Criterion's next car-smasher-racer is Most Wanted (by me!).
It's Need for Speed: Most Wanted. No, not that one. A new one!
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