Summary: Although now considered a classic, and while my favorite Burnout game was the 2nd one in the series, this one still holds up well vs. today's driving/racing games. How? The shear massiveness of the environment you get to drive in, the large # of cars you get to drive/customize, and the gorgeous graphics of the fictitious city. The spectacular crashes are just that! Some races with the CPU are nearly impossible to win, but overall, the game is a joy to play.
Summary: Finished up the campaign & BSI 100%. Now all i need are bikes & online. The races feel more & more repetitive as you near the end of the final license, because really, you are just redoing the same races with harder AI or higher goals. Maybe if you versed different cars it would have felt newer. There's only 8 finish lines, but the route you take is always up to you.