Excerpt: I just recently got my driving license and believe me, it’s no fun at all. You get to know the more vicious side of society, and it’s a side better to leave alone. Most drivers think they’re the king of the concrete jungle and don’t care about little old me.
Excerpt: . The graphics are some of the best you’ll ever see, but the gameplay is definitely “been there, done that.” …oh, but wait. Is it? Why does very little feel rehashed or reused or recycled from other shooters, and why can’t I stop playing?
Excerpt: Since the release of Burnout 3, a fair margin of people have yearned for the return of the pure racing of the first two games, opposed to the now typical encouragement of aggressiveness and the taking down of rival racers.
Conclusion: Overall this is another confident outing for the series. However, all eyes are still fixed on the upcoming thoroughbred sequel. The question remains whether Dominator was a brief visit to some previous play mechanics for old time’s sake, or whether this is the genuine direction for the series.
Excerpt: The Burnout series of games must be one of the most impressive of the PlayStation 2 era, yet with the industry moving its development focus to new consoles, it would have been reasonable to have thought Revenge would be the last time we'd get our kicks from Sony's aging console.
Conclusion: others require inflicting motoring mayhem (Road Rage, where you’ll be raging against the machines that dare to cross your path) or even new ones that will test your driving skills (there’s a new drift challenge, no doubt inspired by another EA racing franchise, Need for Speed, and its latest title,...
Summary: Dominator is yet another rock solid game in Burnout series, even if it doesn't have the crash mode and some of the other recent additions. Some may argue that this is a step backwards, but for what it is Dominator proves to be a highly competent racer with plenty of replay!