Summary: I've always been a huge fan of the Burnout games. This game is no exception. It has music that plays in the background while you drive around the track. One of the songs is really heavy and metal like so depending on what your music taste is you may or may not like the soundtrack.
Summary: Bought this for my 6yr old's 3000. He likes it alot, seems to fit that sweet spot between challenging and boring or too easy for his age...not a "poopie game" as he terms the lame. The price was perfect, not ready to drop $30 =/- on Need for Speed for him just yet.
Summary: I'm not really much of a racing game fan but this game is great fun. Lots of crashing, smashing, and assorted mayhem to relieve the boredom of going round and round in circles, its a good game to pick up and play in short spurts.
Not the best possible representation of the Burnout franchise...
Ross H, Amazon
8 July 2013
Summary: I've loved the Burnout series since Burnout 3/Burnout Revenge on PS2. The game delivers what feels to me like a very limited version of those games. I'd like to feel more of a difference when I'm switching between cars. I feel like Burnout Revenge (PS2) was very good at this, but Burnout Legends gave me no incentive to drive the other cars I unlocked. I had issues with camera point-of-view in Crash mode.