Summary: At this point, there is little debate as to whether or not the Burnout series is among the best racing games ever. These games deliver a fast, easy to get into, and satisfying thrill that few games can match.
Summary: At this point, there is little debate as to whether or not the Burnout series is among the best racing games ever. These games deliver a fast, easy to get into, and satisfying thrill that few games can match. Burnout Revenge continues that trend and stands as the best entry in the series.
Excerpt: Well we’ve said everything we have had to say about Burnout Revenge in our original review, praising it for its clever track designs and improving upon the third game in the series in a way, which we thought wasn‘t possible.
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Conclusion: If you still haven’t gotten an Xbox 360, either because you are still on the sidelines or haven’t been able to find one, you really should do whatever it takes to get one because Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter is a must have for even the casual shooter fan.
Conclusion: Burnout Revenge is just about everything you expected from a next-generation SKU of this famed franchise. The gameplay is as solid as its predecessors, the online support is some of the best out there, and the graphics and audio rival most other Xbox 360 titles.
Excerpt: You know a game is good when it makes all the other games in its genre seem rather boring in comparison. Burnout 3 did just that. By the time I peeled the Xbox controller from my sweaty palms and moved onto other racing games, I noticed they all seemed to move too slowly and felt rather mundane.
Excerpt: Fun and stunning gameplay mechanics of Burnout with the graphical prowess of the Xbox 360 - need I say more? I guess I should, else my editor will strip me of my reviewing privileges and condemn me to doing only lowly database work for her sites.