The dutch website PS3Life posted the first three screens of planes in Burnout Paradise
Burnout is a really cool game but i just sont understand where planes fit into a game that is all about racing and roads. will there be courses setup just for the planes??? how can cars and planes compete on the same playing field?
could just be a freeburn thing where you just fly around, you don't necessarily need goals to have fun i remember how much time i wasted on cruise mode in midtown madness 3 on original xbox....it was just fun to cruise with your friends but i do suspect that they will have air races or some sort of thing set up
Will they drop 360's out of the planes a la blackwater??
Very interesting will be cool to see if they can implement this well. I don't believe that plains are meant for a racing game, but criterion haven't let me down yet with this game.
is what Criterion should be making with the knowledge they have gotten from Paradise. Or some new IP using vehicles and a large map. Just imagine Black 2 with usable vehicles(air/land), destructible environment and a huge sandbox gameplay. Damn, that game would kick serious a**ses Please bring it Criterion, u classy developer u.
sorta kinda like Mercenaries...which is going to kick assss2sss
To add to that, I would say Between how awesome Burnout Paradise is, and how highly they are supporting their product makes me want to support whatever they're next project is going to be. Many dev's could take a page from their book.
So it wasn't a joke?? ROFLMAO XD
did anyone notice the oncoming in the plane how on earth or in sky (haha) do u get oncoming in a plane where there are no roads i think its a fake
These screens are from the last Crash TV podcast. :) I think if planes do make it into the game, it might just be as spectating sort of option. Fly around in the sky watching races below. Or maybe there will be some sort of plane stuntr un. We know at least (from the video a couple of months ago when they were first announced) that the plane can swoop down to smash billboards. I doubt that racing planes against cars, or taking down cars from the sky, is what they have planned (it wouldn't be fair).
Epic plane crashes incoming! Ron Zook isn't quite sure how they will add this into the game. Strange!
How to plan your terrorist attack? Play Burnout! Seriously.. they didn't do it with GTA4. What's the point of having this in a racing game? It's like adding a Singstar function to Halo, it doesn't make sense.
If the planes can crash like the cars do, then I'm all for it.
Wow there is nothing stopping those guys, good luck to them, I'm supporting them what ever they do cause the really supported the game more than any other this generation.
i havent heard anything from Criterion themselves. Best to wait and hear from them to confirm it.
ok now how about real screens k
It wasn't a leaked video. To see the 5 seconds of high-quality video in all it's glory, find and download the Crash TV podcast episode 6 on iTunes. Or, if you hate iTunes, get it here: http://feeds.feedburner.com...
i bet PS3 will get the update weeks before the 360, just like there still waiting for an update we got last month
On second thought they could maybe wait a year or two. Lots of great FPS coming out now soon...
Lol, I remember playing burnout 3 years ago and thinking "having a crash mode with planes would be so cool" and now they're adding planes, damn I love these guys. I say, bring on the planes!
People! This is an EA published game! Show me your completely rational and blind EA hate! Don't disappoint me! :)
EA couldn't ruin Criterion, but that is more a testament to Criterions greatness than EA's.
I love Burnout..and I love getting free patches with new stuff. Thumbs up Criterion. But how does planes fit in? I want to hit some guy on his motorbike with my plane.. Marked man should be fun too.. the mark in a plane and everyone else on bikes.. oh wait.. maybe not :oD
sorry guys, but that is definitely fake
It isn't. See the podcast.
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