Youll have more fun smashing up cars in Burnout Revenge than in the previous titles, as the gameplay has gotten a bit more technical. From fighting oncoming traffic in an enemy punt fest to upping your Revenge ranking, Burnout Revenge is simply a more challenging game than in the past. The level of challenge and involvement this time around equates to replayability too. Add in the online functionality (including the nifty Save & Share system) to the polished crashing and smashing, and you have the best extreme racer ever designed.
Burnout Revenge is just about everything you expected from a next-generation SKU of this famed franchise. The gameplay is as solid as its predecessors, the online support is some of the best out there, and the graphics and audio rival most other Xbox 360 titles. The bottom line here is if you love the Burnout series, its hard to imagine you not liking this game, super-mega HDTV and surround system or not.
Im sure Criterion will admit that it is hard to continually reinvent the wheel. Lucky for them, they can skip the whole reinvention process and stick to smashing the wheel into a completely different shape. Burnout Revenge