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: I love the Burnout series of games, so this PSP version was a no-brainer. Great game. Great graphics and a bunch of different things to unlock. If you like the PS2 burnout games you will love this one for the hand held.
Summary: I own several of the Burnout series games for the PS2. I recently purchased a PSP (Sony should be paying ME at this point!) and got Legends. This is a GREAT version of the Burnout series! The UI is a little klunky, but the game itself is great. Very responsive and the graphics are excellent.
Summary: Burnout Legends is as awesome as its console cousins in basically everything. My big complaint against the game is the fact it's basically a port of Burnout 3: Takedown(PS2,Xbox) with the soundtrack of Burnout Revenge(Xbox 360, Xbox, PS2).
Summary: Like most PSP games, the same games are more enjoyable on the or Xbox 360 on a big screen LCD TV. This is a fun game to play on the PSP if you're killing time on a road trip, on the subway/metro or in study hall. I think you can battle others who have PSPs with the WiFi connection.
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.
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.
Summary: The Burnout series has been on my list of greatest racing games since Burnout 1, which was a super sleeper hit. Although Burnout was lacking in a lot of things, it had potential. I didn't think a second game would EVER come out, but to my suprise one DID come out.