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Burnout Paradise - PS3 £12.98 @ Coolshop
Burnout Paradise - PS3 £12.98 @ Coolshop

Burnout Paradise - PS3 £12.98 @ Coolshop

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Burnout 5 gives players license to wreak havoc in Paradise City, the ultimate seamless racing battleground, with a massive infrastructure of traffic-heavy roads to abuse. Gone is the need to jump in and out of menus and aimlessly search for fun like many open world games; in Burnout 5, every inch of the world is built to deliver heart-stopping Burnout-style gameplay. Every intersection is a potential crash junction and every alleyway is an opportunity to rack up moving violations.

Of course, rules are made to be broken, and when gamers enter Paradise City, they're assigned a Drivers License that quickly begins to amass a record of player's most aggressive, reckless and destructive exploits behind the wheel. But it's not the law that's eyeing player's progress ... when gamers push things too hard they'll be squaring off against the city's most infamous burners, and these legends aren't interested in who crosses the finish line first.

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It's not Burnout 5. Good price though

:thumbsup:fun game. great 4 woah replays. good price

Banned

nice deal

Banned

very hot

tommay;6456388

It's not Burnout 5.



Evidently you don't subscribe to the Criterion podcast.

Banned

still waiting for the ultimate edition to be around this price.

cant face having to drive back to the start all the time for failed missions with this version

Really like this game and so does the missus, she likes crashing a lot, I tried to explain that it's not a sim :oops:

csiman;6458564

still waiting for the ultimate edition to be around this price.cant face … still waiting for the ultimate edition to be around this price.cant face having to drive back to the start all the time for failed missions with this version



You don't need the ultimate edition to get those updates

You will get 90% of the ultimate edition content added to this edition with patches when you install - the only content you will miss out on is the multiplayer party mode, where you pass round a single pad. You can buy this as content from the PSN store if you really need it (wouldn't bother myself)

The game is so much better now that they have added race restarts :thumbsup:

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dancrawley;6458902

You don't need the ultimate edition to get those updatesYou will get 90% … You don't need the ultimate edition to get those updatesYou will get 90% of the ultimate edition content added to this edition with patches when you install - the only content you will miss out on is the multiplayer party mode, where you pass round a single pad. You can buy this as content from the PSN store if you really need it (wouldn't bother myself)The game is so much better now that they have added race restarts :thumbsup:


are you sure an update gets you race restarts on the basic version?

quite like the idea of party mode mind you

great game, got the Platinum, 50hrs of play !

csiman;6458564

still waiting for the ultimate edition to be around this price.cant face … still waiting for the ultimate edition to be around this price.cant face having to drive back to the start all the time for failed missions with this version



Yeah i saw this a few days ago & opted to get the ultimate version from play for £14.24 [360 version as ps3 was out of stock].
I've always preferred the burnout series to the racing sims like forza or gran turismo, As it's just more fun

csiman;6459065

are you sure an update gets you race restarts on the basic version?quite … are you sure an update gets you race restarts on the basic version?quite like the idea of party mode mind you



Yes, it was added to my standard edition as an update a few months ago

From the 1up news page:

Criterion has released details for a free update to Burnout: Paradise coming on February 6, just after the Party Pack is released the day before. Among the biggest changes are a new in-game store to browse the incoming paid content for the game, and the much-requested Restart option for races. "You can now quit or fail an event and choose to restart it," the blog states. "We've always enjoyed the feeling of freedom that Paradise City's open world delivers, but we appreciate that as you run low on events towards the end of the game, you can spend a little too long in transit."

Other features include a browser site (PC/PS3 only), vehicle handling and event tweaks, an adjustment to the Stunt Run and Road Rage timers, brighter colors for event objects like billboards, and an easier way to pull off barrel rolls. The changes in general seem to focus on making the game easier and more accessible for beginners, while keeping the challenging options in play for more experienced racers. Even if you aren't planning to pick up the paid DLC coming to the game, it's nice to see that Criterion is still supporting the game with free updates to keep it fresh.


Link to Criterion Games here - it has details of all the free updates/tweaks that appeared in Feb

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dancrawley;6459251

Yes, it was added to my standard edition as an update a few months ago … Yes, it was added to my standard edition as an update a few months ago From the 1up news page:Criterion has released details for a free update to Burnout: Paradise coming on February 6, just after the Party Pack is released the day before. Among the biggest changes are a new in-game store to browse the incoming paid content for the game, and the much-requested Restart option for races. "You can now quit or fail an event and choose to restart it," the blog states. "We've always enjoyed the feeling of freedom that Paradise City's open world delivers, but we appreciate that as you run low on events towards the end of the game, you can spend a little too long in transit."Other features include a browser site (PC/PS3 only), vehicle handling and event tweaks, an adjustment to the Stunt Run and Road Rage timers, brighter colors for event objects like billboards, and an easier way to pull off barrel rolls. The changes in general seem to focus on making the game easier and more accessible for beginners, while keeping the challenging options in play for more experienced racers. Even if you aren't planning to pick up the paid DLC coming to the game, it's nice to see that Criterion is still supporting the game with free updates to keep it fresh. Link to Criterion Games here - it has details of all the free updates/tweaks that appeared in Febhttp://www.criteriongames.com/article.php?artID=384


thanks for that. The PS3 browser tweaks look cool too.

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and was even cheaper 5 months ago :-D

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Anyway, still the cheapest! And a very, very good game!
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