EA Mobile posts some shots of Need for Speed

For those of you excited about driving simulated race cars on a 4" screen, boy has EA Mobile made your day! They posted up a few screenshots of the upcoming Need for Speed: Undercover video game for Windows Phone 7, which works with Xbox Live as well.

And in case still photos don't do it for ya, you can watch a hands on video by Laptop Mag after the break.

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  • looks mental.makes iphone games look like something developed by babies
  • Are you sure? http://itunes.apple.com/sk/app/need-for-speed-undercover/id314312843?mt=...
    And to add insult to the injury, enjoy: http://itunes.apple.com/sk/app/need-for-speed-shift/id337617836?mt=8&at=...
  • lol. i personally thought undercover was awful on ios. mind you i had a 3g. the fact that this has xbox live integration already makes it better in my opinion
  • Ummm, so just because it didnt have Xbox integration its automatically "developed by babies"?
    BTW: NFS undercover runs flawlessly on my first gen iPhone, so which part of that game makes it "awful" when compared to its Windows Phone port?
  • i was clearly exaggerating.and yes in my opinion undercover was "awful" on the 3g, laggy as anything,and the graphics didn't justify the price when released. i think it would have run a lot better had i had a 3gs or iphone4, but if it worked fine on your 2g then fair enough. again this is all my OPINION>
  • Do the mobile NFS games typically run at sub 30fps? For some reason i seem to remember them at a higher framerate on iOS.