A very funny parody of the cult game Need For SpeedSeptember 26, 2019
On the vast YouTube appeared the second part of the “adaptation” of the legendary game Need For Speed. In the process of the video, the player selects a car and begins to win one race after another on it.
Earlier this summer, we stumbled upon a YouTube video recreating a race from the Need For Speed video game series in real life. In a short clip, several Japanese cars were presented that raced along public roads on which there were no other cars. This time in the “second part” we are shown several races, as well as the “included option” of road traffic – there are ordinary cars on the road. I must say that it all looks very, very cool.
In a 4: 44-minute video, four races are presented with three different cars selected from the “substituted list of cars”.
The show begins with the gray Toyota Supra (A80), which drives onto public roads in search of a race. In just a few moments, the sports car joins the race against the Nissan Skyline (R34), Mazda RX-7 and Volkswagen Golf (MK4). As stated in a comment by a YouTube user, “the fact that the Golf defeated the Supra, R34 and RX-7 from the start of the race” caused us to cry…
For the second race, the Supra is replaced by the tuned Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII. Ultimately, he enters into competition with other Japanese cars and wins the race. For the third race, the “player chooses” the Nissan Skyline GT-R. In the process of tuning, the Japanese legend receives new Nismo rims, several components and a new body color.
As in the previous video, the actual movement speeds look quite legal, but the effects imposed in the subsequent ones create the very impression that we received from the original game. Great work, I can’t wait to see the third video.
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