Summary: Its a solid mobile game, but not what i'd be happy playing. Just buy paradise and skip this...its it that worth it...I mean just put your cash towards a copy of paradise because it also feels a lot more authentic than this.
Summary: A good little arcade romp spun off from the great Burnout franchise. Nothing too complicated here. Crash vehicles into other vehicles, structures and hidden prizes. Good replay value, very accessible to non-hardcore players and achievement hounds alike. Fun gameplay for the kids as well.
Summary: The exclusion of multiplayer is a travesty. Shame on you Criterion. Shame on you. Overall it is a fun game with adequate replay value courtesy of the star system and EA's Autolog. This is obviously more valuable if you have friends with the game.
Summary: A quick to play and addicting game, bringing back a favored aspect of previous Burnout titles that was missing (or just too different to recognize) in Paradise. Watching buildings fall is satisfying and the balance between the biggest explosion and safely clogging the road is always fun to weigh.
Summary: A game with great first timer appeal that never fails to raise a smile, but also has great depth for when you start shooting for the really high scores. Autolog recommendations adds some real longevity and the Pile Up mode just keeps me coming back to get a slightly higher score.
Summary: I'd suggest throwing in Burnout Paradise to get your crash fix. For about the same price, you get a full retail game, along with the Showtime game mode, which is what burnout crash is based on, but Showtime was way more fun.