July 1, 2009, 11:42 a.m.
I just thought of another question for the podcast (If there is ever going to be another, lol :P): My brother in law told me that game developers (like EA) can get sued, for millions, by police departments if they make a game that involves running from cops, bashing cops, and stuff like that. Something like it promotes that behavior to the youth or something. And thats why EA is making Shift closed track racing instead of another illegal racing game. Is that true?
Also: Is Shift going to have the online race orgs and race days like Pro Street had?