Michael Bay - Need for Speed: The Run BTS Trailer
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- Nov 3, 2011
Check out this video about the making of the Michael Bay-directed Need for Speed: The Run commercial.
Good Job with the trailer, i've played the demo for this game. And totally disappointed it feels much slower compared to HOT PURSUIT. I like how they add the drama to their game trailers. But all i really want is a serious hardcore NEED FOR SPEED UNDERGROUND 2 type remake or a game.
sorry mr. bay; as long as blizzard in the town, they make trailers. (and heads up; we (players) know its just using his name as commercial)
Oh God, Michael Bay is so cliche! Slowmotion action scenes Always over the top Over-sexualized women I bet there will be a protagonist running around and yelling too!
i only clicked this trailer because of that good looking female but since im here i could as might as well say its a great game, i bet, but i dont think ill be seeing it much on my pc... you know... skyrim...
trailer, trailer, trailer, trailer, trailers....and where's the so-promised free roam, local split-screen multiplayer and customization options? *sigh* I missed the time when NFS crew was heavily working on customization options and were proud to say "You can make BILLIONS of customization combinations in our game" (referring to NFS: Carbon, which has the coolest Autosculpt feature, but the overall game wasn't as surprising as Most Wanted) Every year I try to root for the NFS franchise to go back to when they once were, hoping the next game will look like Underground or Most Wanted...but now I really lost all hope