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Need For Speed: Shift

If you have already uttered a groan due to seeing yet another Need For Speed game then take heart because Electronic Arts have passed the development to Slighty Mad Studios (the guys behind GTR) and Shift is all the better for the fresh perspective. We would actually go as far to say that this is the best NFS game we have played and to top it off the graphics are fantastic.


Need For Speed: Shift runs wonderfully on the GTX 275 and even at the native resolution of the 30 inch monitor (2560×1600) the framerates produced were perfectly smooth throughout.

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