Summary: Game comes off very arrogant in the way it says its the best nothing is better than it. Most racing games on the ps2 are better than this one. The racing system is poorly made you have to keep pausing every 5 seconds in a race so you know where to go and not miss a turn because it only tells you the...
Summary: this is so not like the old versions the sandbox wander around aimlessly waiting to happen across a race I enough to drive me nuts, this is so not for any dyslexics out there its most infuriating
Summary: Don't get me wrong the game is fantastic. The physical copy of the game was in horrible shape. The cover art looks like it was drenched in water and scratched to death. The case itself is pretty banged up. The seller also did NOT specify that their copies would be "Greatest Hits".
This is what happens when geeks forget they don't have a life
S. Music, amazon.co.uk
18 December 2012
Summary: I don't expect some dumb, geeky programmer to gather the courage to drive a real car, or god forbid, s*** their pants and die of fear, on a real motorcycle... But at least watch as others do it, and learn: - That speed of wheels spinning usually matches that of a road beneath them!
Summary: Terrible game. Nothing like the old burnouts, not even similar I don't understand why it's even a burnout game. Stupid. You can't even play multiplayer split screen like on any other burnout game, and that's why I bought it!!
Summary: What a hugely disappointing game this is. A racing game in which you cannot race with your friends sitting on the couch next to you. Had it had split screen racing available then it would have been awsome. Also the single player mode is DULL DULL DULL.
Conclusion: I have always loved Burnout games but this is disappointing. There are no real tracks, you cannot select cars for each race. Following the track is very difficult and it is very irritating when you go off the track and it doesn't even tell you.