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Post by Dan @ 10:16am 12/02/08 | 6 Comments
Burnout Paradise
Burnout Paradise is the latest addition to EA's much-loved arcade racing series and the first one to implement a free-roaming city race-track. Welcome to Paradise City, a utopian society for high-speed street racing.

From our review:
"No longer are you restricted to select circuits or point to point races with a handful of short-cuts, you're literally given a populous city complete with traffic and the option to take any route you wish to reach your destination. Sure this isn't an entirely new concept for the arcade racer, the likes of Need for Speed and Midnight Club have played on a similar idea, but the experience has never been this seamless..."
Burnout Paradise is a must-see for any arcade racing fan, find out all the finer points in our in-depth review right here on AusGamers.




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Steve Farrelly
Posted 10:41am 12/2/08
Getting the demo for this now - I kind of missed the Burnouts after Burnout 2, but this one sounds awesome
Steve Farrelly
Posted 01:28pm 12/2/08
Got the demo - hella sweet, just gotta get my hands on the game now. I wish they still had some of those european roadways. First time I ever saw Burnout was before it was even picked up by Acclaim, Criterion showed it to me at an E3 behind closed doors, but made me watch the chase sequence from Ronin before they showed me the game
Term
Posted 09:24am 13/2/08
ot: ronin is one of the most awesome movies eva
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