Burnout Revenge

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Burnout Revenge

FEATURED Burnout Revenge

  • An all-new revenge meter tracks underhanded tactics and leads gamers down the path to the ultimate payback
  • Now every vehicle on the road is in play and a potential target – Ram traffic into your rivals, slam cars into vicious combo-based pile-ups and lay waste to everything in sight
  • Show Hollywood how it’s done with all-new open-ended crash junctions – multiple start points, complex, vertically-oriented tracks and hundreds of cars begging to be decimated
  • Tracks are loaded with massive jumps, multiple paths and nasty chokepoints to deliver the ultimate brutal car combat
  • More than 3 times the car deformation in Burnout 3 – Takedown – gamers can literally rip cars to shreds

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  1. 38 of 40 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Car-Smashing Fun!, March 18, 2006
    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Burnout Revenge (Video Game)

    Most racing games have you trying to dodge crashes and hitting your opponents. In Burnout Revenge, your entire goal is to create as much mayhem as possible.

    We have every racing game for the XBox 360 and really love this genre. I have to admit that the first few times playing Burnout Revenge that I found it VERY hard to “hit” the cars. I would naturally dodge them. Even when I said to myself “hit them! hit them!” my fingers would zoom around them. I finally broke that habit and was able to mash them with great glee.

    The graphics are really quite amazing. The car model is great of course – they have really gotten that down on the XBox 360. But more than that – your car deforms in a TON of ways. The paint scrapes off. The sides dent in. It all has to do with how you damage yourself. Cars get sheared in half, tires fly off, you name it.

    There are a number of game types. There are races where you bash as you go. There are crash situations where you launch yourself into traffic and see how much destruction you can make. Other cars on the highway are fair game; bash them and watch them fly. Boost yourself to faster speeds. You develop relationships with other drivers – there will be certain cars that are out for revenge. There are grand prix matches of multi races.

    Each course has its own distinct feel. These aren’t closed tracks – you are driving through the streets of LA, Miami, Tokyo and other areas. You get palm trees and shiny office buildings, all depending on the area you’re in. There are helicopters flying overhead and a ton of car models.

    The music is reaosnably good, a collection of fast-paced modern music. I would have loved it if you could choose from different music styles as well, but you can’t have everything.

    There’s a ton of replay value here – you go back to get the top ranking in every course, aiming for those perfect scores. Since you unlock some really cool cars as you go, it can really help out to take one of the later, super cars back to the early tracks.

    The LIVE feature is really neat, too. Not only can you bash other players online, but you can even record your favorite crashes and load them up. It might be voted one of the top 20 best!

    If I had any complaints about this game, it would be the “look back” the game does every time you slay an enemy. Since your car is still moving very quickly, it’s sometimes really tough, if you’re about to hit a wall or something, to have that look away and look back happen. Also, I don’t like the camera angle in general. It is very low and right against the car. I like an angle that is higher up and further back. I realize some players like both of these features as is, so I wish they would have options for a player to change these 2 items.

    Still, those are minor complaints in a game that is a ton of fun. Highly recommended!

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  2. 19 of 24 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fun, fun, fun ’til Daddy takes the TNT-bird away!, March 14, 2006
    By 
    DarkDan “DarkDan” (Norman, OK United States) –
    (VINE VOICE)
      

    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Burnout Revenge (Video Game)

    While I am not a racing purist, I enjoy the playing most racing games on the Xbox and PS2 and, as of just over a week after this product launched, I am 87% of the way through this game (I’ve completed the game, but have yet to “perfect” every race).

    This game features a beautiful new remake of the graphics engine specifically for the Xbox 360 and 10 more crash junctions than Burnout Revenge for the original Xbox console, but a graphics handful of additional single-player levels is not the reason to buy this game. EA has added some serious “Next Gen” features to this version of Burnout Revenge, including “Live Revenge” and “Save and Share.” The former keeps track of all of the players that take you out online. When you meet up with one of these rivals again, they’ll be highlighted just before you begin a race with them. Likewise, if you’ve taken out someone who is in the current race, you’ll see that they’re “gunning for you.” This significantly ups the ante for playing online and creates an incredible adrenaline rush as you must either dodge an attempt for payback or seek out your arch enemies for revenge. Likewise, the Save and Share feature allows you to record up to 30 seconds of your single-player races and forward them to the people on your Xbox Live friends list. These friends can download and watch the clips while they have the Burnout Revenge disc in their 360.

    But when it comes right down to it, Burnout Revenge is all about destruction. EA has improved all of the facets of what makes the “Burnout” series so exciting, and pumped it into a great title for the Xbox 360. This isn’t just a “better” version of Burnout Revenge for the original Xbox, this is a title designed for the best gaming platform currently available. If you already own the original Xbox title, you might buy this version if you really enjoy playing online (because of the new “Live Revenge” feature), or want to send clips of your biggest and baddest crashes to other 360 users.

    The average racer will spend about 25 hours just completing all of the races. But to earn all of the achievements, you’ll be playing much longer. You must earn a 5-star rating on each and every race to obtain 100% completion, and a number of achievements require that you perfect each category of race. Also, there are almost a dozen achievements (245 of the 1000 gamerscore) that can only be earned online.

    Finally, there are 79 cars to unlock, which can be earned by obtaining a medal in certain races, performing “signature” takedowns in different parts of each map, and completing the challenge sheet of each level.

    In short, this game will keep you busy! The variety of racing, crashes and traffic attack modes provide much more entertainment value than a normal racing title and the incredible work put into the 360-exclusive features make Burnout Revenge an excellent game to add to your “Next Gen” collection.

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