• Need for Speed Shifts Back to Criterion Games

    After four games, and the entire generation, Need for Speed is moving back to Criterion Games. Ghost Games has been development lead since 2013 with Need for Speed Rivals kicking off the console generation and finishing with Need for Speed Heat late last year. It’s been a bumpy road...
  • Review: Need For Speed: Heat

    Better to Burn Out than Fade Away Cars don’t last forever, and they shouldn’t last forever. They get us where we are going, become a part of our personality, give us memories in the backseat. But eventually, they become a money pit that we have to let go of...
  • Need for Speed Heat Launch Trailer Is Here

    After the disastrous Need for Speed Payback, things are looking up for EA and Ghost Games. I am a longtime fan of the series and absolutely adored 2015’s Need for Speed, but felt Payback was far too dull and reliant on microtransactions. Thankfully, the series is on the rise...
  • Need For Speed Heat: Pistons And Politics

    In the dying days of the summer’s heat, EA Games has just turned it up a bit. Today, along with Sweden’s Ghost Games, they released a trailer for Need For Speed: Heat. After a less-than-stellar 24th installment into the franchise back in 2017, both companies are looking to relight...
  • Need For Speed Payback Is Getting An Online Free Roam Mode

    One thing Need for Speed needs in every game is an online free roam mode. Non-negotiable in my opinion. Luckily, it looks like Ghost Games is working on releasing just that! Starting soon, there will be an online free roam mode and it will be free to all players...
  • Speedcross Update Coming To Need For Speed Payback Tomorrow

    Need for Speed is getting a big update tomorrow, December 19 which will feature new races, new cars and more. Introducing Speedcross, a new mode that is available to those who purchased the deluxe version of Need for Speed Payback, and will need to be purchased by everyone else,...