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  • It's like all the old features are there, but they are improved and you get only the best of the best
  • The only problem I have with Burnout Revenge is that as you unlock different areas, they are all somewhat random and scattered, so you will play in one section, wanting to unlock something in that very section, but you end up unlocking one item in another

    • by Stargazer
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      Burnout Revenge is a very energetic racing game for the Xbox system, designed by Electronic Arts and Criterion Games. The game combines racing and car combat in a way that’s never been done before. First of all, the game graphics and overall design are absolutely stunning.

      The locales are diverse, and you really get a sense of the area that you are playing in. From snowy mountain passes, to narrow European streets, to palm-treed coasts — it’s all


      there in brilliant detail.

      The soundtrack is a vast improvement from what we got with the last game. With previous Burnout games, you would crash if you hit a car that did not belong to one of your opponents.

      In this game, you actually get points for smashing into traffic. There’s even 2 playing mode dedicated to it! It’s like all the old features are there, but they are improved and you get only the best of the ...


      • best.

        As you progress through the game, you unlock lots of gorgeous cars, and the new cars look so much better than they did in previous games. The cars are so fast in this game.

        You literally drive so fast that the world around you blurs, but it’s still possible to stay in control. This game really gets your adrenaline pumping, and very fast.

        There are different modes to play in, so you don’t get bored. You can

        go for a standard race, an elimination race, a sort of bowling mode, where you have to destroy as many vehicles as you can by launching your car, a race where you have to beat the clock, and so on.

        The only problem I have with Burnout Revenge is that as you unlock different areas, they are all somewhat random and scattered, so you will play in one section, wanting to unlock something in that very section, but you end up unlocking one item in another.




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