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.