You can’t call a ‘Burn Out’ game ‘Need for Speed’, just like you can't call ‘Metal of Honor’, ‘Call of Duty’. Game play is everything. I was board after locating all the cars in the game (about 15 minutes). Charging extra $ for cars & the Airport, which is all ready in the game, just made it even worst. Charge for DLCs but not for stuff that is already in the game. Looks good but the game play and the tactics used to make more money are weak. It’s a good thing I rented this game.
posted by zlariviere20 (WOONSOCKET, RI) Mar 15, 2013
Member since Sep 2012
graphics are amazing overall the car selction is great although most of the best cars you find are just sitting there trying to get you to spend ten dollors on dlc you dont buy cars you can only find them lying around in jackspots the only way you can upgrade your car is buy beating a race with it each car has its own set of races that are all jus like eachother just different cars the cars turn like boats most of the time this game will probably agrevate you more then the fun ull have just driving about races are rediculous you could be using a car that is twice as fast as the car your racing and they will still blow by you jus seconds after recking them into a wall while your still going 200 miles an hour i wish they could make racing games like they used to les graphics better gameplay like need for speed underground 2 overall this game is good to killl a few hours for a day jus driving around finding cars where half of themm are just there to temp you into buying it for ten bucks this is basically need for speeds version of burnout paradise but not as good