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EA revs its engines with Need For Speed: Undercover event

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EA Need For Speed Undercover Girls

The Need for Speed videogame series has always placed emphasis on intense racing, hot women and tantalizing vehicles. Through its many incarnations, various game play elements have been introduced, tweaked and otherwise grease-monkeyed. Developed by EA Black Box and published by Electronics Arts, Need for Speed: Undercover will be putting the pedal to the metal when the latest installment in this popular racing series is released for PC, Wireless, DS, Wii, PSP, PS2, PS3 3, PC, iPhone and iPod late 2008. Undercover promises to feature brand new game mechanics as well as a number of features to enthrall and captivate the masses.

To help stir up more excitement for the release of this promising blockbuster hit, EA will be holding an exclusive event in San Francisco, CA (USA) on Thursday, August 14, 2008, where lucky invitees will be able to experience the game for the very first time in its early code. The members of the development team will be in attendance joined by the new front woman, Maggie Q, star of Mission Impossible 3 and The Transporter.

Gamertell will be in attendance and ready to party and play with the best of them, so stay tuned for more exclusive coverage and photos from this titillating event.

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  • Fans

    seems like right now EA,Need For Speed is starting spend some money on hiring models,ain't like previous Need For Speed,all those female models and characters look old.