Originally, NFS Theories used to be a strict, elite and professional community
We even had a year when we only accepted members via e-mail interrogation. However, by the end of 2014, the website became completely unenjoyable to browse, and instead of being what it was meant to be, it became the absolute opposite. Instead of being a professional archive of research and discoveries, it became a terribly cringeworthy NFS forum filled with irrelevancy and immaturity, which became increasingly harder to maintain. Feeling incredibly disappointed with what his dream website was became, by 2014 December, the administrator, and founder of Need for Speed Theories - the forum and the video series: Most Wanted - decided to end the website's suffering. By 2016, the cancerous autustic behaviour completely overwhelmed the entire community outside of the forum. The edgy and cringe inducing environment and audience of the community was only a mere shadow of its former glory.
MW : On a personal note, at this point I feel emberassed to even being associated with this project. While it did spawn an entirely new youtube subgenre, and it allowed the NFS community to have fresh means to discuss their favourite games, the majority (about 40-50%) of the young, immature and socially, sometimes even mentally confused community proved hard to keep in check. Back in its days the site and the project almost ruined my life on several occasions. It was not worth to continue. Putting it in anyone else's hands would've been disastrous towards the project (yes, more disastrous than pulling the plug), and so it ended. And it was one of the best choices in my life.
Nowdays I work as an audio engineer, and I do IT jobs, translation jobs, and work with music management as well. I finally stopped wasting my time on this so i began building a career, and my life couldn't have turned out better. I encourage you to just leave this site and do the same.