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6.1 out of 10

Burnout

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Overall 10
9.5

Burnout

Playstation Illustrated
20 October 2003
  • Excerpt: WARNING: This Game May Prove Hazardous To Your Driving!! Much as I find myself hesitating before corners as I walk through a building in real life after playing too much Metal Gear, I've been having this strange sensation on the interstate driving to work recently. Because of too many late-night Burnout sessions, I'm envisioning my little Toyota Tercel rampaging through busy traffic, cutting off big trucks and buses and driving on the wrong side of the road.
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Overall 9
8.6

Burnout

TotalPlayStation.com
5 December 2001
  • Excerpt: Criterion and Acclaim's expertly tweaked mix of arcade racing and death-defying stunts could be the sleeper hit of the holidays. Don't miss this review. Acclaim's see-saw history on the PS2 is rather amazing. From Extreme G 3 to 18 Wheeler to Dave Mirra to Paris Dakar Rally, the quality of releases from the company is like a pendulum swinging from one extreme to the other. Luckily, with Burnout, that swing has been caught squarely in the realm of "good.
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Overall 9
9.0

Burnout

Gamereactor
18 January 2002
  • Conclusion: For få år tilbage var Criterion ikke andet end en middelmådig udvikler, da havde stor succes med deres Renderware, men som måtte erkende, at de ikke helt havde det der skulle til, når der skulle laves et solidt spil. Dette har ændret sig væsentlig og alene i år har firmaet intet mindre end to top titler i posen. En af disse er Burnout - en titel som af flere i pressen er blevet kaldt arvtageren til Gran Turismo 3.
  • Pros: Solid AI. Flotte omgivelser og fede sammenstød.
  • Cons: Dårligt credits system som kræver at du spiller de samme baner for mange gange.
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Overall 10
10

Burnout

Geek Culture
27 December 2001