So, you know Neil Eskuri, the art director for most of the BlackBox Need for Speed games? Well, he likes to put his name on a lotta stuff that he works on. I guess it's kinda a cool easter egg but it gets really old.
This is an "easter egg" from Carbon (You've probably already seen this)
This is one from UG2:
(Go to 6:00)
So, basically there are easter eggs like these all over old NFS games, but I want to see what you find.
i knew that BB was like that (many devs are) but yea. lots of names scattered around the game as little easter eggs. see what i did there? eggs scattered around? easter egg hunt?? no... yea i'll shut up now
In Motor City Online most tracks had a building or road section named after the developers last names, all sights or specific section (including those named after devs) of each track were shown during the race loading screen (similar to High Stakes-PC but in actual game graphics) with a short note about the track or section...
Examples: Warren Road, Robinson Center, Potter's Bridge, Zuvich Observatory (or so) and more - but others like Hickey's Drive-In Theater, Sal's Diner, Roadkill Café, Plaza, Junction 66, Roxie's Diner, Spillway, Chicken Bucket, Dead Man's Curve, Broken Oak Corner, Monument Square and more were unrelated to Devs.