Summary: DONT BUY THIS EXPECTING ALL THE DLC TO BE ON DISK it isnt its just the crap that they couldnt make enough money on AND STILL I have to get the dlc just so my kid can race around the city in with me RIP OFF
Summary: I rented this game for a week and took it back early. Having a load of free trophies from this game sounded good on paper but was relatively painful after playing it for 2 days. Bad theme music and there is usually a lame announcer in the background. The trophies were nice and everything, but the game has pretty much no fun to it. After seeing a WRECKED crash scene a lot, it got aggravating.
afrowoman "When the inmates are running the a..., amazon.co.uk
18 May 2010
Summary: I was very disappointed to find you can't play this game in split screen two player mode like previous burnout games. Apart from that the graphics are great. Pity you can only use the multiplayer option online or you have to make do with some rather silly party games, Criterion please bring back the two player mode which you can actually play with someone in the same household!
Summary: If you take the fun part of Grand theft auto and the fun part of the old burnout on PS2, and toss that away. You end up with this very boring game. It's incredible how game design messed up on this game. Each time you crash your car, a very border line annoying camera shows you it from a weird angle, which makes the crashes so painful to watch.
Conclusion: Criterion Games have tried to innovate the series, and try something new, and make it fresh again. This game is a free roaming game (like Grand Theft Auto) and in my opinion it just doesn’t work, and just makes the game a chore to play. A number of online updates since the games release have made sure this is no longer a true ’Burnout’ game - the pointless introduction of bikes for example.