A visitor to Paradise City runs into a dilemma when he decides to play chicken on the highway.
Burnout exists as a dream, like the ending of St. Elsewhere.
I really wish I didn't trade this game in.
It's available on the PSN (before it went down) for $19.99. I wish I were online right now playing the hell out of this game.
Shouldn't have watched the PSA. It's like Santa Claus just killed my puppy, put him in my toybox and buried him under my swingset, which he farted on. In other words, it was a real bummer.
But the one texting is the only one who survives... I'm getting mixed messages here.
This game is *still* awesome.
Every game/movie ever gets the "dream" analogy attached to it eventually... guess what? 9.999.998 times out of a million they're wrong unless its Silent Hill 2 or Mulholland Drive, of course.
Sounds a lot like a theory I came up with a couple years ago over at GameFAQs: http://www.gamefaqs.com/boa...
O yes..i still play burnout...its really sick..wish they would make another one...open world..put in real cars..i know criterion can out do gt5 and forza..come on please do itj
We need PSAs like that in America.
It's to keep the age rating down. Which is why when they included bikes, the driver would disappear when you crash.
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