Summary: This game was a little disappointing for my because I played Burnout 3 first and was expecting something like that. There's nothing like it but it is still a good first game to play in the series.
Summary: I ordered a copy of Burnout which was labeled as being in "new" condition. When I got the game and opened it, the disk was horribly scratched, and when I tried to play it wouldn't even get past the first loading screen.
Summary: I bought this as a Christmas present for my brother. We used to play it all the time as kids but he got rid of it for some reason and then wished he hadn't. It works great and he was happy to have it again.
Summary: I'm glad I bought this and for real cheap too. I bought this because I needed a better more complete copy of the game, because my original copy had a generic GameStop cover on it. I am immensely satsified with my purchase and would definitely buy from them again in the future.
Summary: Burnout is a great game but you're not actually destroying cars like if you crash into the car, the money is for dameage unlike the points you get. If you want a really exciting and crushing cars game, you should either get Burnout 3 or Burnout Revenge.
Summary: The object of this game is to race through busy streets, driving as recklessly as you can. The more dangerous the driving (near-misses, driving on the wrong side of the road, skidding..etc.), the more your Turbo builds up. Once you get Full turbo, you can get up to speeds over 160 mph. But if you crash, your Turbo goes all the way down. You race against three other CPU (Computer Controlled) players, the first to the finish line wins. Usually there are 3 laps.
Summary: Maybe I'm an exception but people who say that good reviews for this game must have no experience of other driving games are seriously wrong. Having got 96 point something percent through GT3 and completed all the main missions in GTA3 I bought Burnout on a recommendation from a friend. I'm happy to say that I was not disappointed, true it's a little short (by no means as bad a MGS2) but I feel it has high replay value.
Summary: Visually, Burnout is a superb looking title with solid visuals. They are next-generation worthy that's for sure, as they feature excellent vehicular detail and great environmental detail. The cars are very well detailed. They are made up of great texture work, and feature very nice chroming and lighting reflections in part with the environments. The environments of Burnout range from American cities (not real ones, just by atmosphere) to European cities.