Need For Speed Shift
Racing games have been immensely popular even with the SNES. Games like Mario Kart and Top Gear were very popular on the SNES. At present, you can enjoy more realistic and highly addictive racing games, especially when you choose to buy Need for Speed Shift. What exactly is Need for Speed Shift? Need for Speed Shift is the latest racing game of the Need for Speed franchise. But unlike the other Need for Speed games, you might say that Shift will bring you an entirely different experience. Why? Because Need for Speed Shift has an aim – to make the racing game more realistic. And with the help of Mad Studios, the game looks more realistic as ever. But how exactly is Need for Speed Shift realistic? Let’s find out.
One of the first things you’ll notice on Shift is the way it simulates crashes. Now, you’ll feel more terrified if you crash. There’s motion blur, which was always implemented on Need for Speed games. In addition to that, you’ll see the camera violently shaking similar to the videos taken on onboard cameras during crashes on action replay. You’ll also get to experience a temporary vision blur after the crash. You get to hear the typical high speed collision sounds when your car crashes. Then there’s also a sound of heartbeat and a sound of gasp of breath before impact. Other realistic visual you’ll see on Shift includes the heat haze released from engines, subtle reflections from the windshield and tunnel visions at high speed.
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If you like to talk more about the realistic effects of Shift, then you should know where the action will take place. You can race on 15 existing and certified racetracks that look very similar to its real-world counterpart. There are also new racetracks created especially for Shift. Then there are street circuits. These are all the available types of circuits you can race on Shift, meaning that there are no longer open-road races which also means that there are no longer any police cars that will chase you during races.
Street circuits are very impressive on Shift. One of the best street circuits you’ll see in this game is the London Circuit. The locations on the game are really recognizable for people who have been to London. One of the main difference of Shift compared to other racing games, is that the focus of the game is more on your driving experience rather than collecting a numerous cars. Shift offers 70 different cars including Chevrolet Corvette Z06, Porsche 997 GT 2, Shelby Terlingua and Audi RS4. These 70 cars include different types such as hatches, exotic imports and classics. All cars look visually stunning and look real. You might also get to damage your cars with the damage modeling feature, which affects your car’s appearance and performance if you bump into obstacles many times. The environment also looks realistic in this game, complete with race marshals, LCD screens and animated crowds that can surely emulate the race-day atmosphere.