Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in the world", Amazon
15 July 2009
Summary: Burnout Dominator for the PS2 continues the Burnout tradition with wild mayhem. You want to "drive badly" to earn boost points - which then lets you go super-speed and burn up the competition. The whole point of this game is to destroy things.
Summary: The graphics were bad, the racing was shaky but acceptable...and I just wasn't interested compared to Burnout Revenge. Dominator could have been better if more time would have been spent into this game!
cars are hard to see far away ?? even with big sceen tv?
Robert L. Christlieb, Amazon
3 July 2007
Summary: the game is funnier , but the graphics are messy , you use to be able to see the cars ahead of time in the distance, now its not as fun as the other three games, also you get stuck on dead ends this is do to its messy graphics, basically you fell like you need glasses threw the whole game.
Summary: The first Burnout was kind of a sleeper. And the next few had a good following due to the additions of different game and race modes. This one is a stripped down version. It's all racing, although there are some variation to the types of races.
A filler game before Burnout 5 hits the next gen systems
Benjamin Sperling, Amazon
10 March 2007
Summary: Okay, so you read the title, this game is just that, filler. It has the graphics of Revenge and it plays like Takedown. But, NO CRASH MODE!! That's right, its gone in this one. So is traffic checking.
Excerpt: Burnout returns with the cahos and carnage just not as much as before. this latest burnout has a new navagation system with a few more fun ways to wreck a car. you are missing the beloved crash junction which i feel really made the game.
Excerpt: In the newest edition to the 'Burnout' series, Dominator features the action just as fast-paced and exciting as previous games. The game is hard-hitting with even more spectacular crashes, unfortunately 'Crash Mode' does not have a presence in this game unlike ones from the past, decreasing the...
Summary: For me, the best game in this series has been Burnout Revenge; the most fun, the fastest, the best gameplay and style. This edition could be seen as a cheap fill-in until Burnout 5 - and that's what it feels like.