GamesRadar writes: "After a few hours playing your new racing game, sooner or later you will stop braking for corners (if you ever started), or even turn round and drive around the track the wrong way into the oncoming pack of cars. Why would such craziness take over an otherwise stable mind? Because crashing cars is fun. It's as simple as that.
From the flashing screen and bouncing wheel of Super Monaco GP to the physics-fest of Burnout Paradise, the graphics may have changed, but the car-nage is still just as cool."