Decent game...but...where's the dual screen multiplayer?
Radames Torres, Amazon
19 April 2014
Summary: I purchased this game with thoughts that it would be like the old Burnout games where I could duke it out with someone at my house...unfortunately, there is no dual screen multiplayer...other than that, the game is good. Not a bad game to spend some time crashing and dashing.
Summary: So overall this is one of my all time favorite games. I have no issues with the game. I only take issue with the fact that the picture shown, which is of the original non greatest hits copy, is actually not what I was sent. I was sent the red label copy (greatest hits). If you are just buying this for the game then no problem, however if you are collecting the game like I am, I am looking specifically for the NON greatest hits version and am a little pissed now because I...
Summary: It would have been nice to know I was not getting a complete game. I don't think sending me advertising for Burnout Paradise city ultimate after my purchase was an effective marketing strategy. I am not happy about having to spend more money for a game that should be complete when I purchase it.
Summary: I really like Burnout Paradise, although I was a little disappointed in the free world layout and not being able to smash through same-way traffic like Burnout Revenge. However, once you get used to having to find your races, road rage, stunt runs, etc., the game gets better. In addition, once I found a car I really liked, the game got much more fun to play.
Summary: Burnout Paradise is not your average racing game. Having never played a Burnout before this one I was expecting something along the lines of Need for Speed, or Blur, or Dirt. Burnout Paradise features an open world filled with insane opportunities for stunts and outrageous chases, there's no linear progression through the races and challenges.
Summary: I love racing games but BurnOut takes racing to a whole new level... Yet the only thing missing to make it a perfect game is an option for two racers on split screen. I don't know why EA is not having these options. I mean, it's great to play on-line, but having friends at home and race on split screen is a feeling I will always miss... The party mode is great, yet it's made in turns, which is not as fun as playing al together at the same time.
Summary: The game is really awesome the graphics are fantastic the cars are fun to play with and the jumps, events, crash, and every is soo good except, once your get your game you get really excited about it but one you get, you don't get the code for the add ons on the game your suppose to but you don't get that makes me mad and I called ea and they keep hanging up on me soo yeah I like the game but you don't get that code that you get.
Summary: Gameplay is great. There is a lot to do in the game. Good number of hours you can spend before you clean up everything. It's got a an amazing add on with Surfer's Island. Multiplayer isnt that bad although could have made the GUI more intuitive. I hate the fact that you don't start over from the same place as you started the race from after you lose. Also, the whole find your best way didn't go down well with me.