Burnout Paradise was the last proper Burnout game (no, please don’t count the abomination known as Burnout Crash) and for today, Criterion have made the Burnout Paradise Legendary Cars Collection available for free on the Xbox 360 in memory of Harold Ramis.
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EA’s reimagined Need for Speed Most Wanted has put a new trailer together to show off more gameplay and judging from the video still that was provided, it seems it won’t just be super fast sports cars involved!
When the Xbox 360 was launched back in 2005, one of the launch titles was Need for Speed: Most Wanted and the reason I know it was a launch title is because I bought it at launch (before I actually got the console), so why are they getting Criterion to polish it up for another release?
What is there to say that hasn’t been said already? Fast-paced action is where it’s at and Hot Pursuit gives you just that, at first it seemed like some kind of ‘cops & robbers’ where you pretty much just chase after criminals in Chase HQ style, EA have taken it beyond that by raising the bar to tip-toe heights.
Criterion have announced that a demo for Need for Speed Hot Pursuit is due for release this week, in fact, it will be available tomorrow, October 26th. Just one thing though, you’ll have to hurry as it’s only available for a limited time, until November 9th. Why only til then? Well, the game is released November 19th, that’s why. What makes this NFS a bit more different from the others is the inclusion of Autolog, a ‘social network’ which looks at what your friends are playing and makes recommendations for you like beating a best time.