Need for Speed: The Run is the Catalyst for Future Need for Speed Stories

The story forging future Need for Speeds

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With improvements in video game graphics, developers broadened their narratives. Instead of scrolling text stories, developers can build the worlds they envisioned. Such is the case with EA Black Box’s 2011 title, Need for Speed: The Run.

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