The best game from last generation consoles just got a gorgeous re-release - and it's still an incredible game
"Burnout" is back!
10 years after "Burnout Paradise" demonstrated what a car game could be, the crash-filled racing series is back to show up everyone once again.
In "Burnout Paradise Remastered," you get the same incredible open-world racing game that impressed critics and fans alike way back in 2008. Better yet: You also get all the additional content that came out after release, and a massive update to the visuals that befit a new game in 2018.
If you're looking for a simulation racing game, look elsewhere. "Burnout Paradise Remastered" is about driving fast, getting into wrecks, and not worrying too much about it.
"Burnout Paradise Remastered" is very much part of this delightful subset of racing games that strives for more than an exciting racing experience.
The "Burnout" series nails the feeling of high-speed driving better than any other game, and "Burnout Paradise" is the best possible example.
The world isn't massive, but it's completely open-ended and packed with stuff to do.
Paradise City is more than just a city — there are mountain passes, and beaches, and lots of other environments.
It's hard to get bored playing "Burnout Paradise," bucking the trend for racing games.
Check out the launch trailer right here for a better idea of what the game looks like in action:
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