Summary: There's some enjoyment to be had for a few hours, but this isn't the Burnout you've loved for the past decade. It's fun, and the little song soundbytes are addictive to hear, but unless you're desperate to 5* everything you're unlikely to return to the game after a week or so.
Summary: A good little arcade romp spun off from the great Burnout franchise. Nothing too complicated here. Crash vehicles into other vehicles, structures and hidden prizes. Good replay value, very accessible to non-hardcore players and achievement hounds alike. Fun gameplay for the kids as well. Worth the points.
Summary: The exclusion of multiplayer is a travesty. Shame on you Criterion. Shame on you. Overall it is a fun game with adequate replay value courtesy of the star system and EA's Autolog. This is obviously more valuable if you have friends with the game. However, as mentioned above, be sure those friends aren't in the same house with you. If they are, you won't be able to play with them at all (ignoring the odd Kinect-only-local-multiplayer mode).
Summary: Something screwy is going on here, Burnout Crash is amazing!!!!!! I loved it from the first explosion, strategy, autolog and amazing production value and love was put into this game. I think a bunch of racing fans are pissed this is not what they wanted but that does not mean this game is not awesome.
Summary: since Death Rally and P.A.I.N. Even in Burnout 3: Takedown the crash events was what I liked most. Burnout: Crash is a very entertaining game which makes you highly addictive.its the best game i played Bad points the game is entertaining but gets boring after a wile Secrets When in Road Rage or Race mode, press the black button to change the current music. Only works in one player mode and in Xbox verison only.
Summary: That is what I was waiting for, since Death Rally and P.A.I.N. Even in Burnout 3: Takedown the crash events was what I liked most. Burnout: Crash is a very entertaining game which makes you highly addictive. "Just... another... round..." It's nothing for those ADHD-kids that only want shooter games with lots of killing spree.
Summary: A lot of criticism has been given to this game, simply because it looks nothing like a Burnout. Play the game, before you throw your thoughts at it. In Burnout Crash!, there is only one goal, and that's to destroy anything and everything. There are about 7 stages in the game, with 3 areas in each one. One thing about Crash! is the... controversial visual style. Personally, I like it, it makes the environments look colourful, and the explosions look satisfying.
Summary: A quick to play and addicting game, bringing back a favored aspect of previous Burnout titles that was missing (or just too different to recognize) in Paradise. Watching buildings fall is satisfying and the balance between the biggest explosion and safely clogging the road is always fun to weigh.
Summary: A game with great first timer appeal that never fails to raise a smile, but also has great depth for when you start shooting for the really high scores. Autolog recommendations adds some real longevity and the Pile Up mode just keeps me coming back to get a slightly higher score.