Need for Speed SHIFT is now available at App Store

Need for Speed SHIFT is now available at App Store
As of today, you can purchase the eagerly anticipated Need for Speed SHIFT at the App Store for just $10. The second instalment to the street racing series for iPhone OS will allow you to take your pick from 20 super cars, including the BMW M2 GT, Lamborghini Gallardo and Pagani Zonda and drive your dream vehicles on 18 different speedways. One of the cool options is that you can switch to a camera mode that gets you right behind the wheel, plus you can tell your fiends to join the party and play with them over Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Most people who left comments on the game at the App Store seem to agree the title is great, but in case you have already had the chance to play the game, please do share your opinion with us in the comments below.

source: iTunes (Download) via BusinessWire



6. hargs48

Posts: 12; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

"BMW M2 GT"...WTF...get ur spelling in order its an M3 GT2...

3. behold--me

Posts: 679; Member since: Jun 22, 2009

$10? hahah thats not cool 18 tracks and only 20 cars? just buy the real game!!!!!

4. E.N.

Posts: 2610; Member since: Jan 25, 2009

Or you can wait a few months for it to go down to $5. You're right though, $10 is a lot. How much does it cost on the application store on your phone?

2. E.N.

Posts: 2610; Member since: Jan 25, 2009

Need for Speed has nothing on Real Racing

5. dbdanny89

Posts: 13; Member since: Nov 10, 2009

I agree. Just isn't the same.


Posts: 58; Member since: Jun 21, 2008

Id love to see some of these game manufacturers developing some stuff for the Android OS....with the resolution and screen size on the Droid....come on now guys!

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