My childhood is constantly being re-awakened. All my fave comic books are now movies. The skate companies have re-issued skate decks from the 90’s and now this; Star Wars Battlefront. The most authentic, real deal Star Wars game ever made to date.
A few weeks ago I had EA Games over at my place to shoot the 2nd video of the Need For Speed x Zen Garage S15 Build. The guys noticed that I had Star Wars stuff all over my place, and we got talking about Battlefront, a few days later a T-Shirt and a copy of the game was in my mailbox!
Welcome to week 1 of Need for Speed – Crew Create. First up, wheels! We’ve got 3 choices; Rays TE37SL’s, Rays 57DR’s and Fifteen52 Tarmacs! Check out this video to learn more & how get involved.
Also, the most creative reasons for your choice of wheels will be rewarded with an #NFSCC prize, so be sure to comment here, under the video on the official Need for Speed Facebook Page for your chance to win.
Picked up a couple of PS4’s and 2 copies of Need for Speed yesterday. We’re on it, winning as much cash and rep points as we can in order to buy the S15 in the game, then unlock all the body kits for our NFS x ZEN S15 project.
This is actually work. We’re still pinching ourselves!!!
Drove the Need for Speed x Zen Garage S15 home from EOMM last night.
Engine feels strong and car feels super solid. The tiny Nardi doesn’t feel right so we’ll most likely swap that out. There’s only one little annoying rattle inside the cabin coming from the light in the headliner, pretty impressive considering the age of the car. Car is in desperate need of a wheel alignment though, and it’s slammed too, so we’ll raise it up a little ASAP.
The above shots are screen grabs from a short video Ved is putting together of the car at EOMM last night. The build kicks off soon! Stay tuned for updates!
Yesterday I spent the day at Hypertune who kindly loaned us (Zen and EA Games) their sexy workshop to film an intro movie for the Need for Speed x Zen Garage S15 Build.
I’m not too bad with speaking to a person on camera, but speaking directly to a camera screwed me over and I kept stuffing up my lines! I had Zen Racer Adam Burgess on hand to help out with the speaking parts though, he saved the day!
EA brought a copy of the game along, a US version fresh in plastic wrapping! We opened it, shoved it in the PlayStation. We made a bee-line through to the stickers to see if the Zen logos are in the final game, and fuck yeah! They’re in the game! So pumped. So psyched!
The NFSZEN S15 will make an appearance at tonight’s EOMM, from there I’ll be driving it home. The project doesn’t officially kick off until next month, but for us, it starts now!
Photos by Selectnine (have so many more I want to post but will refrain for now in case I get into trouble!).