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3rd NFS The Run trailer, and gameplay footage from Gamescom

Aug 16, 2011 - posted by Remko

Two interesting NFS: The Run trailers got released earlier today, the first one being the 'official' third trailer for The Run, called "Buried Alive" showing main character Jack battling an Audi R8 and dodging avalanches at the same time.
The second, is a demonstration video from the presentation at Gamescom in Germany, giving you a quite intense first-person impression of the 'avalanche' race from the official trailer, and showcasing a little bit more what the Frostbite engine can do for the next Need For Speed game.

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Comment By: Freak-DS
Aug 16, 2011 - 4:51pm

Snowy Ridge infront of the tunnel, anyone? :D

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Comment By: Remko
Aug 18, 2011 - 2:38pm

Yeah, I did think back to Snowy Ridge at one point... but this is on quite a different scale.

I can't help but wonder if The Run wouldn't have made a bigger impact at E3 if they'd used this as a first trailer instead of the one with all the QTE's

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Comment By: 1st genNFS fan
Aug 19, 2011 - 12:15am

looks like EA keeps using that stupid AI catchup another reason not to buy it.

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Comment By: Rafel
Aug 23, 2011 - 6:20pm

I don't like trailers, i don't like the game. No more stupid games. :(
Well, i still play THE GAME (NFS HS).

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