Burnout Paradise The Ultimate Box

Compatible with PlayStation 3™ (PS3™)
Version: Asia
Version: Japan
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Burnout Paradise The Ultimate Box
Burnout Paradise The Ultimate Box
Burnout Paradise The Ultimate Box
Burnout Paradise The Ultimate Box

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Burnout Paradise Party brings the social fun of Burnout Paradise into an offline environment where friends can pass the pad to play competitively. There are dozens of quick-fire, turn-based challenges where players compete in different stunt, speed and skill events. In addition to Burnout Paradise Party, Burnout Paradise The Ultimate Box will include a host of new features including a restart option added for racing, easier control of the early vehicles, and for the PLAYSTATION®3 computer entertainment system the new Burnout™ Paradise Network. Burnout Paradise Network is another Burnout Paradise social innovation that enables players to keep track of friends and keep up with all the latest Burnout news from either inside or outside the game.

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I have fallen in love in 'Burnout" since I have played 'Burnout 2: Points of impact', and I have never left this game in the drawer. Since then, the franchise had more ups then down, especially with the back then all-new takedown. I have also bought both games for the PSP, and they were as good as their predecessors. Anyway, Burnout Paradise in a nice game. Why is it only Nice? Well, lets start with the fact that there are not a lot of new things in it. Couple of races, road rages and other events but no 'crash mode'. Instread you have the "Showtime" (L1+R1) which is dissapointing ans useless. The game gets pretty boring after a couple of races, but I praise Criterion for releasing updates quickly- the bikes, day time and party pack gives a nice twist to the game. Also, you have to be a navigator (or at least have good guiding sense) in order to succeed in races. You can easily find yourself going at the wrong way because of a turn, which is extremely frustrating, especially if you were as the first place. In past burnout games you had a route which was closed in other sides, but because of the "open-world", now you can get lost. So, I give this game 3 out of 5, and I hope that Criterion Games will make Burnout 6 better than Paradise.
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