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UPDATE: Criterion was also offered Forza, Mad Max and more.
Matt Webster on the possibility of paid alphas, its new prototype and, of course, Burnout.
"I am proud of all of the Burnout games. When it feels right we will make another one."
Digital FoundryWii U's Most Wanted: Criterion returns to Nintendo hardware with enhanced Need for Speed
Digital Foundry has the full behind-the-scenes story.
UPDATE: Criterion confirms it's the developer.
Notorious South African shop at it again.
Bye bye Army of Two, Tiger 10, Madden 10.
Part One: How current-gen consoles did in 2005.
NFS: MW refuses to relinquish the lead.
EA's racer rivals its predecessor with nine weeks at number one.
Eight weeks at the top for Need for Speed: Most Wanted.
EA's Christmas No. 1 leads for the second week of 2006.
EA clocks a sixth week at number one with Need For Speed Most Wanted.
Ubisoft enjoys continued sales success
Need For Speed races out front.
Publishers brace themselves for the final stretch in the race for a Christmas No.1
See him in action at the launch.
But the PS2 version won't.
Build up your "rap sheet" and "street cred" with EA's new urban racer.