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UGO: Burnout Paradise review

Taking a queue from EA's other arcade-racer Need For Speed, Burnout Paradise sacrifices the menu driven racetrack selection for an open world environment where every street in the fair city of Paradise is a potential race. Fans of previous entries in the series will find Burnout Paradise to be just the kick to the ass the franchise needed to reinvigorate itself, and newcomers get to experience the best the series has to offer.

Review by Kareem Harper.

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LJWooly3283d ago (Edited 3283d ago )

This game doesn't come out for 3 days here in the UK. I'm so jealous of all you damn Americans, ripping up Paradise City as we speak.

Seriously though. I hope you're all enjoying it, and when it comes out in good old England on the 25th, you better watch out for a guy named LJWooly, 'cos he's gonna school you.

MK_Red3282d ago

Nice find and review. I also agree that this is the biggest evolution for the series. It's funny how some say the game hasn't changed a thing since Burnout 3 and ignore all the improvements or changes.