Summary: I spent a few fun hours exploring the Island to find and smash through all 45 billboards for the trophy. Lots of jumps and hidden paths, and a different design from the game's standard areas. Online activity wasn't hard to find on the Island, which surprised me six years after release.
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: Burnout Paradise is a fun but flawed sandbox racer. The game focuses on the gameplay and does not have any story to speak of, because of this the graphics and gameplay are fantastic. The graphics look very sharp and realistic.
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.
Summary: I bought this game as a gift for my boyfriend. I have not played it, honestly I have no idea how to play video games, but according to him the game is good. he said it wasnt the same as the original and wasnt quite what he was expecting, but still enjoyable
Summary: The Big Surf Island is far the best DLC you can buy for the game Burnout Paradise. It adds a new island where to drive but also a new vehicle and new gameplay features. It's worth to buy if you're one of the many addicted to Burnout Paradise.
Summary: I'm a big fan of the Burnout Series, and like the others I find myself really frustrated at some of the decisions the developers made. They make no sense and some just tiny changes would make the game so very much better.