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: This game's cool. It's a combination of Burnout 1, 2, and 3. The vehicles are both cool to drive and cool to look at. The Legends Compact, Legends Supercar, Classic Hotrod, World Circuit Racer, Cop Racer, Fire Truck, Tractor Cab and Trash Truck are all cool to drive.
Excerpt: Burnout Legends is a classic burnout game on the PSP. It's the only Burnout I've played other than Burnout Paradise. It's interesting coming to Legends after Paradise. Now I can see many things that have been translated to Paradise, from the earlier games.
Summary: This is my first game for the PSP, so i'm not going to say this is the best or the worst.Instead, I will just list what I believe to be the pros and cons. PROS: -Very, very,very,very,very,very,very,very fun -I found it (usually) easy to control -Many cool cars -crash mode is awsome -pursuit mode,...
Summary: I picked up this game after becoming pretty familiar with Burnout: Revenge on the PS2. This basically means I became pretty familiar with slamming into same-way traffic on instinct to earn boost, rack up traffic attack points, and take out unsuspecting rivals with flaming vehicular projectiles.
Burnout.. more about crashes than cars and racing..
Harry "Shady - The Gadget Freak", Amazon
8 December 2006
Summary: I bought this game as my first game on my new PSP.. I bought it coz of the high reviews that this game got.. I was a regular player of NFS in PC.. So what i used to love is more of cars, tuning then choosing real-time cars and hardcore "Racing".. NFS was more realistic.
Summary: Burnout Legends is almost what I expected from the long running Burnout series. It offers fun arcade racing action. It packs a solid 20 hours to complete the game 100%. The graphics are some of the best I've seen on the PSP. But, it just does not have that Burnout feel from the console versions.