Once you’ve hit tier 4 in Need for Speed: Shift it is time to look for a supercar. Among the tier 4 supercars featured in Shift are the most exotic cars ever made, and it is hard to make a bad choice. That said, there are a few tier 4 supercars in Shift which are more equal than the rest.
The more realistic racing model of Need for Speed: Shift can be harsh on new players. Picking the right car, however, can make learning the game much easier. Some cars are simply more forgiving than others, and such cars are the best choice for beginners.
Need for Speed: Shift includes numerous drifting challenges. These challenges are completely different from the normal racing modes, but Need for Speed: Shift does nothing to explain how drifting works. This basic drifting guide will help you get started.
Need for Speed: Shift offers great play value through its immersive online gladiator-like battle mode called Duel Driver Championship, but does the single play mode provide similar gameplay value? Read On…
Need for Speed: Shift reboots the Need for Speed series as a realistic racing simulator with arcade elements. This unique take on the genre provides new challenges. Winning races in Need for Speed: Shift can be difficult unless you know the right technique.
Need for Speed: Shift is a big title for the series, as it serves as a “reboot” of a franchise which has lost its identity. But Shift itself seems to be having a bit of an identity crisis, resulting in a reboot that seems to have blue-screened.
The graphics in Need for Speed Shift will blow you away, but you’ll find that the gameplay offers nothing new over previous popular racing titles. Even so, there’s no point in breaking away from a winning formula.
Need for Speed: Shift has the realism they claim, but it isn’t a unique driving experience that hasn’t been developed before. The new real-time experience system is innovative and clever and puts you right in the action. Small changes, but they combine with traditional parts to create a great game.