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The Need for Speed video game series is currently published by Electronic Arts. Games in the series were primarily developed by the Canadian based company Distinctive Software, which became known as EA Canada from 1992–2001.[1] Currently, they are primarily developed by the Canadian based company, EA Black Box expect for the Nintendo DS ports of Carbon and ProStreet which were developed by Exient Entertainment which also is produces the Wii port of Hot Pursuit (2010), while the DS ports Undercover and Nitro which were developed by Firebrand Games, while Shift was co-developed by EA Black Box and Exient Entertainment, the Wii version of Nitro was developed by EA Montreal, World was co-developed by EA Black Box and EA Singapore, while the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC ports of Hot Pursuit are developed by Criterion Games, while Nitro-X for the DS like the DS port of the first Nitro is developed by Firebrand Games, and Shift 2 is being developed by Exient Entertainment .[2] The series debuted with The Need for Speed in North America, Japan (under the Over Drivin' title through High Stakes), and Europe in 1997. Need for Speed is a series of racing video games where the main objective is to win races in a variety of game modes, in the process eluding traffic, pedestrians, and police. Customization of video game vehicles was an aspect first introduced by the Need for Speed series after the release of the film, The Fast and The Furious; it is a feature included in every Need for Speed title from the release of Need for Speed: Underground through the untitled 2011 title.[3] Initially, the series was exclusive to the fifth generation consoles and was featured in all of the seventh generation video game consoles by 2008.[4] The NFS series is among the best-selling video game franchises with 100 million copies sold.[5] Electronic Arts considers one of the reasons the series has remained so popular is because "the series has long been an ever-evolving franchise, one that changes up its focus, mechanics and style every couple of years."[6] Contents 1 Main series 2 Other games 3 See also 4 References 5 External links Main series The Need for Speed Original release date(s):[7] EU March 20, 1996 JP April 19, 1996 NA May 27, 1997 Release years by system: 1994 - 3DO Interactive Multiplayer,[8] 1995 - PC (DOS),[9] 1996 - PlayStation,[10] Sega Saturn[11] Notes: A special edition of the game was released later in North America in 1996 for PC.[12] The game was released in Japan as Over Drivin' DX[13] Need for Speed II Original release date(s):[14] NA March 31, 1997 EU May 1997 JP July 3, 1997 Release years by system: 1997 - PC (Windows),[15] PlayStation[16] Notes: A special edition of the game was released on November 6, 1997 in North America for PC.[17] The game was produced in Japan as Over Drivin' II[18] Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit Original release date(s):[19][20] NA March 25, 1998 EU April 1998 JP September 23, 1998 Release years by system: 1998 - PC (Windows),[21] PlayStation[22] Notes: The game was released in Japan as Over Drivin' III: Hot Pursuit.[23] Need for Speed: High Stakes Original release date(s):[24] NA March 1, 1999 JP June 17, 1999 EU 1999 Release years by system: 1999 - PC (Windows),[25] PlayStation[26] Notes: The game was released in Japan as Over Drivin' IV.[27] The game was released in Europe and Brazil as Road Challenge. Need for Speed: Porsche Unleashed Original release date(s):[28] NA February 29, 2000 EU June 29, 2000 Release years by system: 2000 - PC (Windows),[29] PlayStation,[30] 2004 - Game Boy Advance[31] Notes: Also known as Need for Speed: Porsche 2000 in Europe, and Need for Speed: Porsche in Germany and Latin America. Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 Original release date(s):[32] NA October 2, 2002 EU October 25, 2002 Release years by system: 2002 - GameCube,[33] PlayStation 2,[34] PC (Windows),[35] Xbox[36] Notes: First game in the series to support the PS2, Xbox, and GameCube. Need for Speed: Underground Original release date(s):[37] NA November 17, 2003 EU November 21, 2003 JP December 25, 2003 Release years by system: 2003 - Game Boy Advance,[38] GameCube,[39] PC (Windows),[40] PlayStation 2,[41] Xbox[42] 2005—Arcade[43] Notes: First game to take place in a generic city. Need for Speed: Underground 2 Original release date(s):[44] NA November 15, 2004 EU November 19, 2004 JP December 22, 2004 AUS July 27, 2005 Release years by system: 2004 - Game Boy Advance,[45] GameCube,[46] Mobile,[47] Nintendo DS,[48] PC (Windows),[49] PlayStation 2,[50] Xbox[51] Need for Speed: Underground Rivals Original release date(s):[52] NA March 14, 2005 EU September 1, 2005 JP February 24, 2005 Release years by system: 2005 - PSP Notes: First Need for Speed released on PSP, only available on PSP Need for Speed: Most Wanted Original release date(s):[53] NA November 15, 2005 EU November 24, 2005 AUS November 25, 2005 JP December 22, 2005 Release years by system: 2005 - Game Boy Advance,[54] GameCube,[55] Mobile[56] Nintendo DS,[57] PC (Windows),[58] PlayStation 2,[59] PlayStation Portable,[60] Xbox,[61] Xbox 360[62] Notes: Last game in the series to be released for Xbox and GBA; first game to be released for the Xbox 360. Need for Speed: Carbon Original release date(s):[63] NA October 31, 2006 EU November 3, 2006 JP December 21, 2006 AUS December 26, 2006 Release years by system: 2006 - GameCube,[64] Mobile[65] PC (Windows)[66] / (Mac OS X),[67] PlayStation 2,[68] PlayStation 3,[69] Wii,[70] Xbox 360[71] Notes: Last game in the series to be released for the GameCube; first game to be released for the Wii. Need for Speed: ProStreet Original release date(s):[72] NA November 14, 2007 AUS November 22, 2007 EU November 23, 2007 JP January 31, 2008 Release years by system: 2007 - Mobile,[73] PC (Windows),[74] Nintendo DS,[75] PlayStation 2,[76] PlayStation 3,[77] PlayStation Portable,[78] Wii,[79] Xbox 360[80] Need for Speed: Undercover Original release date(s):[81] NA November 18, 2008 EU November 21, 2008 JP December 18, 2008 Release years by system: 2008 - Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, PlayStation 2, Nintendo DS, PlayStation Portable, PC and Mobile Notes: Last game in series to be released for the PlayStation 2. Need for Speed: Shift Original release date(s):[82] NA September 15, 2009 AUS September 15, 2009 EU September 17, 2009 JP November 12, 2009 Release years by system: 2009 - Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, PC and Mobile Need for Speed: Nitro Original release date(s):[83] NA November 3, 2009 EU November 6, 2009 Release years by system: 2009 - Wii, Nintendo DS Notes: Nintendo exclusive Need for Speed: World Original release date(s):[84] NA July 27, 2010 EU July 27, 2010 Release years by system: 2010 - PC Need for Speed: Nitro-X Original release date(s):[85] NA November 15, 2010 EU November 26, 2010 AUS November 26, 2010 Release years by system: 2010 - Nintendo DSi and DSi XL, via DSiWare service Notes: First downloadable Need for Speed title. Requires 800 Nintendo Points to download. Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (2010) Original release date(s):[86] NA November 16, 2010 EU November 19, 2010 Release years by system: 2010 - Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, Wii Shift 2: Unleashed Original release date(s):[87] March 2011 Release years by system: 2011 - Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC Other games Need for Speed: V-Rally Original release date(s):[88] NA September 30, 1997 Release years by system: 1997—PlayStation,[89] 1999—Game Boy Color,[90] Nintendo 64,[91] PC (Windows)[92] Notes: The game was originally produced by European based company Eden Studios, however, Electronic Arts bought the rights to the title of the game and produced it in North America under the NFS banner.[93] Need for Speed: V-Rally 2 Original release date(s):[94] NA October 31, 1999 EU 1999 JP January 27, 2000 Release years by system: 1999—PlayStation,[95] 2000—Dreamcast,[96] PC (Windows)[97] Notes: The game was released as V-Rally Championship Edition 2 in Europe and Japan.[98][99] Need for Speed: Motor City Online Original release date(s):[100] NA October 29, 2001 Release years by system: 2001—PC (Windows)[101] Notes: This game was originally produced by Electronic Arts as a spin-off to the Need for Speed series, though, it was later confirmed that the game was a part of the series. Shut down on October 29, 2003.[102] There were also two Japanese only titles. Over Drivin Skyline Memorial for the ps1 and also Nissan presents Over Drivin GT-R for the Sega Saturn. They are different versions of the first Need for Speed. See also EA Canada Need for Speed References ^ "Electronic Arts completes acquisition of Bullfrog Productions Ltd". Findarticles.com. 1995-01-24. http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0EIN/is_1995_Jan_24/ai_16226827. Retrieved 2008-08-01.  ^ "EA Black Box Products". EA Black Box. http://www.eablackbox.com/ourproducts.html#. Retrieved 2008-08-03.  ^ "Need for Speed: Underground Review". GameSpot. http://www.gamespot.com/ps2/driving/nfsunderground/review.html?om_act=convert&om_clk=gssummary&tag=summary;review. Retrieved 2008-08-01.  ^ "EA Goes Full-Throttle with Need for Speed ProStreet Soundtrack". Business Wire (Findarticles.com). 2007. http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0EIN/is_2007_Sept_26/ai_n27387966. Retrieved 2008-08-01.  ^ Fahey, Mike. 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