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It's been an absolute joy to review Burnout CRASH. It was often difficult to remember that this was something I was doing for the site rather than just indulging in a little guilty pleasure. The game is so much more than meets the eye and has such an absolutely irresistible charm to it that I find myself getting 'angry face' when I meet someone who never found that same spark within. Of course, that frown turns upside down when I remember all of the reasons why I love this game. It's fun, it's rich, it's simple and it's faultless in design. I accept that it's better positioned for Kinect owners and heavy Xbox Live users and that without them, you're getting a lesser experience. That said, it's without doubt the underselling itself at 800MSP for what should be otherwise sold at the 1200MSP point and that's the only counterargument I feel needs to be offered in response to that.
Burnout Crash est un soft sympa qui peut occuper quelques minutes par- ci par-là. Des explosions partout, une bande-son accrocheuse, le titre de Criterion avait de quoi plaire. Malheureusement, il peine à se renouveler sur la longueur laissant un peu le joueur sur sa faim, ce qui est aussi dû à un terrible manque de contenu. Du coup, le jeu est à peine plus évolué que sa propre démo, ce qui risque d'en décevoir plus d'un...
I’m sure it’s hard to tell because I keep my feelings tucked deep, deep inside but I’m disappointed. I still remember playing Burnout Revenge, passing the controller around during Thanksgiving and letting everyone, even Grandma, take a turn at trying to earn “crash dollars.” We would play that mode for hours. I would have been happy if Criterion had yanked that dated mode out of the 5-year-old Revenge, tacked on the Autolog and charged me 1200 Microsoft points. I would have handed over my cash to enjoy the thrill and speed that the original Revenge crash variation provides. Sadly, Burnout Crash! is about as fun as a real car crash.