Meet Russ Malkin and Charley Speed, chalk and cheese when it comes to their tastes in travel and now they're off on an epic journey through Europe and the US together. Russ is an adventurer, having traveled the world with Ewan McGregor on 'Long Way Down'. Charley is a contributor to the international luxury magazine, Lusso, was VH1 Vogue's Male Model of the Year, ex-Britain's Next Top Model judge, and doesn't camp.

Road Rivals - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2015-08-10

Road Rivals - Need for Speed Rivals - Netflix

Need for Speed Rivals is a racing video game developed in a collaboration between Ghost Games and Criterion Games, and published by Electronic Arts. It is the twentieth installment in the Need for Speed series. The game was released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on 19 November 2013, and for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One as launch titles in the same month.

Road Rivals - Gameplay - Netflix

Need for Speed Rivals is a racing game and features gameplay similar to earlier Need for Speed titles, such as Need for Speed: Most Wanted and Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit. Players take on the role of a Racer or Cop, with each side of the law offering its own play style. Rivals features eleven upgradeable gadgets such as EMPs, shockwaves, spike strips, and the ability to call in roadblocks. The game takes place in a fictional location known as Redview County. The open world environment features a similar set-up to Most Wanted, with several jumps, speed traps, and unlockable cars, as well as shortcuts that are not shown on the map. Rivals features a career progression system for both Cop and Racer. Progression is made by means of Speedlists for Racer and Assignments for Cop, which are sets of objectives which involve dangerous driving, maneuvers, and race standings. When the player completes a set of objectives, the player levels up and unlocks new content, and is presented with another set of objectives to choose from. The Autolog system, a competition-between-friends system, developed by Criterion for Hot Pursuit, lets an Assignment or Speedlist to other players' times and posts them to a Speed Wall for local and global leaderboards. Rivals features a new social system called the AllDrive, which allows players to transition from playing alone, to playing with friends, described as “destroying the line between single player and multiplayer”. This allows players to engage in co-op gameplay as well as play against each other. The game also features a dynamic weather system, which makes “the world feel alive in a much bigger sense than any other Need for Speed game”. Rivals also takes on some gameplay styles of earlier Underground titles in the franchise with cues on aesthetic vehicle personalization, such as paint jobs, decals, rims and license plates and liveries can be modified, as well as vehicle performance, and various 'Pursuit Tech' gadgets. With the exception for the Aston Martin Vanquish (and most DLC cars), all vehicles in the game are only available in either the racer or the police variant.

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