The EA blog had a chat with Criterion’s Matt Webster at TGS 2010 and he had this to say past the break.
Holy f burnout was pretty big to explore, now they are making a map even bigger dam
Yea I know! 4 times bigger than Paradise and cars going more than 250mph!? That's awesome!
why r they releasing this in nov?!??!!?!?
Can't wait! Very much needed reboot for the series.
I don't think it's fair GT gets all the spotlight when it comes to racing graphics. I think this game deserves a clear mention. Also, does any feel a little bit bad for brink and splash damage? Criterion is accomplishing the whole mulitplayer, singleplayer blend Brink has struggled to get down.
What? What does brink have to do with this at all?
It looks good, but GT5 is in a whole other class.
they are very good games that shouldn't be compared it's the simple différence between simulation and arcade racers
I haven't bought a NFS game since Hot pursuit for the PSone (loved that game)... but if this can bring back the magic I'll eventually pick it up... I think it will be different enough from GT 5 to not end up with a racing overdose since I'll be buying that as well... Criterion makes me want to believe, since Burnout revenge was one of my favorite games of all time.
Brink's biggest feature is how the single player and multiplayer are intertwined. Hot pursuit's career does just that.
Old news. They said this at E3. Jus' sayin'. Game looks great though. :)
I think I'm so excited that I'm crying. >.<
Paid off my pre-order of this two days ago. I am SO excited for this game.
I for one loved the open world aspect of Burnout Paradise and I'm glad they're keeping it for this game. This is day 1 for me. Criterion rules.
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