Summary: I bought this game for my 9 year old neighbor boy's birthday. He loves the game. My daughter played his game and loved it. I just purchased the game for my 10 year old daughter and for my nephew who is turning 5. Everybody loves this game. It is so much fun.
Summary: Taking in the Burnout series up to the point of Legends on the DS, Legends seems like a major letdown. However, the DS just isn't made for the graphics and gameplay complexities of the Burnout series. So lower your expectations, accept Burnout Legends for what it is, and you might find it somewhat enjoyable. The good of the game lies in the inclusion of a good amount of tracks. For the most part, the tracks are fun and detailed. The cars are varied.
Summary: I have played this game on the game cube and it was lots of fun. When I bought my DS-lite system this was the first game I bought. After playing it a couple of times, I realized that it was a strain for my eyes because the DS-lite screen is so small. The game is very good but not on small screen.
Summary: I don't own a PS2 or Xbox, only a GameCube [and a DS]. When EA took over the series after Acclaim went bankrupt, they were stopped being made on the GameCube. I was very dissapointed. But when I saw this, it was a great sight. I could get a modern Burnout game! THE GOODS All of the race modes I wanted... I LOVE ROAD RAGE ^_^. THE BADS Lacks in graphics and CPU AI a tad bit. I noticed that the reviews on Amazon say the game is REALLY good, or REALLY bad.
Just because it says Burnout doesn't mean it's good
N. Durham "Big Evil", Amazon
3 August 2006
Summary: On the consoles, EA's Burnout series has always been some of the most fun you'll ever get out of a racing game. Even on the PSP, Burnout Legends is superb, but this is the DS after all, and when it comes to technical aspects, Burnout Legends just isn't meant for Nintendo's dual screened system. The first thing you'll notice is the cars are incredibly blocky looking, and the tracks are poorly designed as well.
Summary: when I saw this game I went nuts,so when I got IT I put IN my ds immediately and started playing IT within 10 minutes I was bored and riped off so I went to game stop and traded burnout legends and the sims 2 ds whch i got riped off on too.So I gave my ds to my little 8 year old brother and im going to get a psp and burnout legends for the psp,overall IF you want a nintendo ds don't get one because the games [except super mario 64 ds]have poor and i mean pooooooorrrrrrrr...
Summary: I guess I made the mistake of enjoying the last few versions of Burnout on my xbox before I bought the ds version. I expected the same fun of crashing and racing but either the graphics hardware on the ds is sorely lacking, or the programmers shipped the game way too early because I've given up on the game after two plays. A key component of Burnout is the matrix-style bullet time slow motion after a crash, when you do "aftertouch" crashes into other cars for points.
Summary: This is a great game with great graphics. You can't go wrong with a whole car selection and choses of race, crash,face off or Grand Prix... Let me explain. Race you pick a car you want in the car type... their are car types like coupe for each level so like the coupe level... as I was saying you bacicly race but you can slam cars into walls to stop them and cause them to crash. Crash cause as many cars to crash. Face off to race and win to get oppents car.
O YA hapyness is evreywere. and so are parts of metal
9 February 2006
Summary: first off happyness is evreywere is my quote. please dont steal it because it is fun to use sarcastically but i did not use it up there ^. burnout is happyness because of its.... BURNOUT!!!!!. ok i'll start off with some coffe (slurps coffe) EW THIS STUFF IS BAD (gets some hot chocolate ) YUM!!1> ok burnout has unique gameplay that cant be missed. its so awsome to experience.