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.
Summary: Okay Nintendo DS is graphically weaker then PlayStation Portable.And the developers pushed both versions to the limit.So be fair,okay if NDS was as graphically strong as PSP you could complain-But not this time.BurnOut 3:Legends is actually one of PSP`s Best Racing games,acording to reviews-and suprisingly i don`t see any PSP FansBoys or girls dissing it like they would usually do-But GameSpots review was not fair.Recommended if you own a NDS,if u own a PSP get that...
Summary: As much as I play racing games, I'd never heard of Burnout til last year when a friend gave me all his PS2 games because he was selling his system. For a first generation PS2 racing game, Burnout was actually pretty awesome. So, when I heard they were coming out with a Nintendo DS version of Burnout; entitled Burnout Legends, I decided to get it for my Nintendo DS. For the most part, they made the game in the classic Burnout mold.
Summary: Personally, I thought that Burnout Legends for the Nintendo DS is great. However, many famous review websites (i.e. ign.com and gamespot.com) have thought differently. Why? They compare it to the Burnout Legends that is on Sony's prized PSP. Now, if you are like me, you don't have the money to get one of these suckers, so you're stuck with a DS that you got last Christmas. Well, for those unfortunate few, this game is a must-have.
Summary: let me start out by saying this: Burnout Legends for the DS is fun. Not the same kind of fun you get from the console versions, but a different kind. This game's fun factor comes from blistering speeds, tearing your enemies to shreads and the sometimes awesome, sometimes funny (because of the bad physics engine) crashes. Seriously, the physics in this game are completely screwed up.
Summary: Being a fan of racing games for many years, I had always played racing games on larger consoles such as PS2, X-Box etc, using a steering wheel controller and pedals where possible. I had played the original Burnout on the Nintendo Gamecube and was intrigued to find that Burnout Legends was now available to play on the somewhat smaller and maybe less suited, controller wise, Nintendo DS.
Pros: Wireless Mutiplayer, several modes of play, portable
All the awesomeness of Burnout...shame about the graphics!
26 March 2007
Conclusion: I bought this for my new DS after selling my PSP copy along with my PSP and in comparision the graphic are pretty horrific..but I guess that is to be expected! But the game itself is great with all the usual features on it.
Excerpt: "...games of course, this one Burnout legends is one I'll be playing for months. Most people would have heard of the game racing series Burnout. It's one of the best arcade racing series ever, and is also one of the fastest and most entertaining. Its mainly known for its success on the playstation 2, and xBox, so when it was converted to PSP, it came as a surprise, as to how well it managed to remain faithful to the Burnout brand and be possibly the best ...