The Overseas Connection, the official G4TE.com Community podcast tries to knock out an “early” show. Tune in to Greg, Chris, Mike, Rich and special Guest Steve Conger as they discuss everything including a bit of what they are playing, gaming news, new releases, and community feedback .
Topics Covered this week:
- Do you take part in the Black Friday craze?
- We talk up MW3, Mario 3D Land, Skyward Sword, Halo CE HD and Skyrim.
- New Dashboard for Xbox 360 coming to all soon.
- Spec Ops: The Line still not dead, now coming 2012.
- Beyond Good & Evil 2 and MGS5 rumors swirl.
- and much more!
Listen To It!
From a Eurogamer.cz Google translation:
“That another part of the series Need for Speed going to developers from Criterion is known for a long time, but its discovery so early probably had no hope of even the most irreconcilable fans of the series. According to credible information, a Russian fansite (thx to their Czech colleagues), these sites will appoint Need for Speed: Out of the Law.
Further details on these supposedly comes from Betatester: Games will be the subject of street racing once again, this time not in expensive cars, but only “ordinary” models, such as Mazda MX-5, Nissan Skyline R32, and – be careful – also the new motorcycles. Incidentally, in the gallery below the article, see the first two confirmed artwork from the game.
On each car apparently will place your registration marks, such as label of “guilty” (guilty) as a picture of Nissan. The game is to take place in the fictional Bay City-Sun, modeled by a true American San Francisco.
In addition to the regular alternation of day and night is going to alter the weather. The size of each map a little bit ahead of Undercover, and as the name suggests, missing out on the course, not the police. It will now govern the unmarked vehicle and perhaps a motorcycle patrols. While all this may still be fiction, but as another part of this racing series might not be bad, right?”
Lyfe’s take: I’m wondering if localization will cause it to be named “Above the Law” or something similar in North America and English-speaking Europe. *sigh* Soooo disappointed that this is fake…