Tuesday, October 23rd 2007

Need for Speed ProStreet Xbox Live Demo and Pre-order Available

Need for Speed ProStreet demo can now be found on the Xbox Live Marketplace. The 655MB download is available in all Xbox Live territories and includes Grip Racing and Speed Challenge modes, as well as the BMW M3 E92 and Nissan GT-R Proto cars. The full version of Need for Speed ProStreet will be available on November 14th for PC, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii, Nintendo DS and PSP. You can also pre-order now the full Xbox 360 game for $59.99 by clicking here.

Source: Shacknews,Xbox
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36 Comments on Need for Speed ProStreet Xbox Live Demo and Pre-order Available

#1
DRDNA
I cant wait I love NFS series ...I have them all!:rockout::rockout::rockout::rockout:
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#2
Cold Storm
Battosai
ex_reven said:
You are clearly forgetting custom speedo's, extra 50bhp if they are OUTSIDE of the cabin.
Now, now. The NOS sticker on the right corner of the drivers side window gives the NOS user better gas flow to the engine. BUT, put it on the passenger's window, you may end up seeing green flames come from places you don't want them to
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#3
Widjaja
Well I like the fact they changed the drag racing in pro street.
I MW it was sometimes impossible to avoid a car infront of you even though you changed lanes two seconds before hand.
But I saw the trailer of drag racing for pro street and the way the cars lift off the ground looks a bit too over exaggerated.
If playing in first person view you wouldn't see much for a couple of seconds.
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#4
Cold Storm
Battosai
Thats how realistic the game is. Give me a miata and 10 grand, and I'll make it flip for you.
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#5
Unregistered
sweet another need for speed, depite the fact that there are so many i must say i enjoy every game that comes out, not only that but the story line in the last 2 games was neet and well blended together, and i just got a new rig to play new games and hopefully this will port to the pc well
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#6
rhythmeister
Cold Storm said:
Thats how realistic the game is. Give me a miata and 10 grand, and I'll make it flip for you.
That'll be an engine transplant AND turbo AND supercharger then?! I dunno what sort of engine'll fit in there as it's a pretty tight fit with a 1600 16v engine in my friend's Eunos :laugh:
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#7
Cold Storm
Battosai
rhythmeister said:
That'll be an engine transplant AND turbo AND supercharger then?! I dunno what sort of engine'll fit in there as it's a pretty tight fit with a 1600 16v engine in my friend's Eunos :laugh:
You are right on that. Just work with the firewall and you have yourself a engine. Take about a few weeks of Fabercations, but it will work...
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#9
Cold Storm
Battosai
See, thats what I like to see... the R34's are the ones that I go coo-coo for. I work at a high end hospital, so I've seen a few of the G37's...
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#10
Wile E
Power User
rhythmeister said:
That'll be an engine transplant AND turbo AND supercharger then?! I dunno what sort of engine'll fit in there as it's a pretty tight fit with a 1600 16v engine in my friend's Eunos :laugh:
A ford Small Block will drop right in. No cutting or welding of the hood or firewall even necessary. $10k builds one hell of a 302. In a miata= dragging rear bumper for at least a third of the 1320. (400m, for you weirdo brits. :p j/k)

http://www.monstermiata.ca/v8_miata_cars.html
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#11
Cold Storm
Battosai
Thats right... I forgot the fact that Mazda is made from Ford.... It would make it a drag strip car for sure. I just was going to try and put too much to the rear wheels and try and flip the car. First taking off the rear bumper..
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