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Four more Burnout Paradise updates incoming

PS3Fanboy writes:

Checked out CriterionGames.com recently? You might have noticed that they've completely revamped the site. Not only does it look swish and sexy, but it harbors some interesting information about upcoming Burnout Paradise content. You know, that game which came out in January but which people are still playing today? The game that's had copious amounts of free downloadable expansions and which was the first third party disc-based title to patch in trophies?

Four new expansions are listed on the "coming soon" section of the new Criterion Games website. While at the moment they're simply numbered packs, they will be unveiled, one by one, over the next four fridays, starting on October 31st. The only other information we're given about these packs is that we expect to see them arrive in Spring 2009. So after all this year's great games are played and forgotten, we're convinced we'll still be playing Burnout Paradise well after a year since release.

We'll keep you informed as and when these expansion packs are unveiled.

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Killjoy30003011d ago

Criterion, you are amazing. Can I get a Black sequel now?

El_Colombiano3011d ago

Black was an amazing game for last generation. Destructible environments ftw.

shqype3011d ago

Yea, I know. I noticed that Criterion made Black the other day at Blockbuster, and I was impressed. That was an awesome game. How they could go from making an FPS to such a good racing game could provide a good lesson in diversification.

Kyur4ThePain3011d ago

I thought I was the only one that appreciated Black for how good it was. I've heard a lot of badmouthing of the game, but I thought it was superb.

Killjoy30003010d ago

Hell, Black felt more destructive and action-packed than Bad Company. Infact, I'm pretty sure DICE looked at Black for inspiration. Think about it.

- Amazing graphics
- Incredible sound design
- Destructive environments.

Darkseider3010d ago

The epitomy of gun games. Hell I would go as far and call it "Gun Porn". I would so love a sequel.

andron6663010d ago

It just occurred to me too when playing through the single player at one time. It was when you attack a mountain top base after you are on your own.

The stacking of explosives everywhere, the pacing of gunning and reload animation and the enemy design with lots of body armored foes.

I loved Black and would also like a sequel, say about christmas next year Criterion? LOL

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ShinFuYux3011d ago

the Airplanes.

I would imagine the next would be more roads and sections to play? I dunno.

shqype3011d ago

What do you mean airplanes? I don't think we'll be able to pilot planes.

Raoh3011d ago

got to give it to Criterion.

lots of developers have made great games in 2008. lots. from team ninja, to insomniac, to media molecule, to epic, etc etc etc etc etc etc

but

I think Criterion deserves Developer of the Year Award.

they have delivered non stop this year with updates. and the game plays great on both consoles. something other developers havent been able to do.

almost forgot about the ability to take your game save from your ps3, plug it into a computer, scan it at their website and it will give you a map of what you havent done yet....... thats what i'm talking about.

shqype3011d ago

You're right. They've gone above and beyond for their fans, which prompted me to buy Burnout Paradise in the first place. When I heard about their dedication, I knew I had to support them. If any developer deserves "Developer of the Year" Award, it is Criterion Games!

Lord_Ash3011d ago

Totaly agree, they deserve the title and it would show other developers how it's done (I'm talking to you Namco, freaking $5 for Yoda)

^_^3011d ago

||these developers are so talented||

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