Reviews and Problems with Burnout Paradise The Ultimate Box
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I wanted to see if there were any fun arcade-style (not a sim) racing games
Michael J. Eckman "Mike", Amazon
21 April 2015
Summary: I fondly remember the first Burnout games on the original Xbox and when I built a new gaming PC, I wanted to see if there were any fun arcade-style (not a sim) racing games. I was pleased to see that there was a PC version of the Burnout franchise, and even though its over 6 years old, it still had...
Summary: The removal of borders and road blocks gave the game a free feel and made it something rare in a game non linear. I do not like how you have to seek out repair stations and the radio is filled with songs I do not like.
Summary: I'm new at playing these games, and am just learning what to look out for when buying them, so I blame the 3 star review on my lack of knowledge. This game can only be played with a keyboard, which takes all the fun out of it for me. If I would have known this before, I wouldn't have purchased it.
Summary: Burnout was one of the best racing games I've played. It's important to note that i've never been a fan of racing games until i came to the destructive speed of burnout on the PS2. going into the PS3 and seeing HD destruction was absolutely brilliant.
Summary: This is a quality racing game and despite having to be used on Origins is good fun to play both online and off. The thing that bothers me is that you can't get the full value of what you're paying for as this game is meant to include all released DLC for the game.