The most fun you will ever have driving recklessly.
23 May 2012
Summary: The Good -The game's controls are very responsive. -There is a good variety of events and cars that allows the game to stay fresh and not become repetitive. -Load times are almost nonexistent in the game. -The game can be enjoyed by both children and adults -Adding bonus challenges during certain world tour events (such as drifting 300 feet)to win cars delivers an added feeling of achievement to the events.
Summary: Burnout Revenge is my favorite version of Burnout. This game reminds me of it a lot. To some people, the lack of a crash mode is a bummer, but I never liked that mode anyway. I think this is much better than Burnout Legends!
Summary: It is hard to write a review because you sent the wrong game. I ordered a play station 2 game and you sent a PSP game. There is no way to contact you by phone and we got a runaround by e mail making this situation impossible to return the product. So my review is I shall never buy anything from Amazon.com again. I do not feel comfortable or trust a company that makes it impossible to talk to a representative. You have lost a good customer.
Summary: This game is a great on the go version of Burnout. Loads of modes, loads of challenges. Yes it is hard to complete 100% but it is rewarding and fun. Don't listen to the nay sayers this game rules.
Summary: PROS ++ Great sense of speed as always! ++ Excellent graphics (PSP) and sound ++ Good variety of cars and events ++ Burnout chaining!! CONS -- NO CRASH MODE?!? -- Only 4 tracks and 6 types of events -- Traffic is sometimes impossible to make out at a distance -- Very unbalanced AI: you can chain 10x burnouts in a race (or crash 10 times) and still find yourself near other cars -- Arbitrary finish lines make it impossible to achieve Gold medals in certain Maniac events --...
Summary: One of the first things a Burnout fan might ask when he pops Dominator into his console is this: "Where is Crash mode?" That's right, the beloved party-friendly model where you attempt to careen from a cold start into as much traffic as possible is nowhere to be found in Dominator. Here's the thing, though - while it may anger hardcore fans, the omission of Crash fits in with the theme running through the rest of the game.