Summary: I have buyed burnout paradise because I wanted to have a copy while it is cheap. Game is awesome but multiplayer isn`t so good as singleplayer. I have played it for 40 hours and game is still fun,and not getting bored like some other games. And I hate Criterion because they removed add-ons for burnout paradise on PC.
Perfect game, had a few preference flaws though...
scaggz , GameStop
30 January 2011
Summary: When I first downloaded this game I immediately fell in love with it. I love the controls, very east to pick up and learn. And the graphics, well the graphics are phenomenal. Lets me first say that I am not a racing fan AT ALL. This is my first racing game since the original xbox. The gameplay is very standard, race to upgrade license and thats about it. Theres tons of races, crashes, and events to be won though.
Summary: The best graphics for a racing game. Tons of fun, and more fun to play the party mode. Only downside and it's a small one, the menu system is a bit convulted. Takes awhile to get used to navigating. But don't let that spoil the great racing game that this is.
Summary: I love this game. I only had it for 2-3 months and I have an elite licence! This game is so addicting. I know other people don't like this game and wouldn't rate it 10-10 stars but I'm there. I just have a few things to say. Sometimes the graphics can be a little goofy but I don't mind. Also when you are online sometimes the cars just dissapear. There are a lot of glitches but online it is fun to show each other the glitches that you previously found.
Summary: This is quite possibly one of the best racing games I have played in a very long time. There's not story here, so if you want story, go play...something else. Burnout: Paradise is the ultimate sandbox game. You're placed in the game, and told, "Here's your first car, it's up to you to get the rest!" Races do not have a fixed route to take, you find your own way around the city. This may sound hard, but it's not.