Criterion has announced via twitter that come 24th October, they will be shutting down the online servers for both Burnout Revenge and Burnout Crash! https://twitter.com/CriterionGames/status/920629780202098688 So for those achievement hunters who still need some of those online achievements, now is the time to get them before it's too late. Once the servers close, the games will still be playable offline - just any online modes or leaderboards will be inaccessible. Burnout Paradise is safe and is the only Burnout title to be playable on Xbox One via backwards compatibility. Do you still play either of these titles? Would you like ... Read More »
Ohhhh, the Burnout 3: Takedown flashbacks are coming back strong! Dangerous Golf developers Three Fields Entertainment, staffed by former Criterion employees like Burnout director Alex Ward, have announced that work has begun on a driving game. That's a literal quote from Mr Ward, by the way. Work has begun on a driving game. — Alex Ward (@CrashedAlex) July 27, 2016 No details have surfaced, but it's pretty safe to assume this'll be a Burnout successor in all but name. EA and Criterion still own the rights to the franchise, but haven't expressed any real desire to expand the series in ... Read More »
It has been let slip that another game may shortly be coming to the Backwards Compatible list - further to yesterday's article about suggestions that Skate 3 is coming to the Backwards Compatibility programme, other EA games could also be about to make that (backwards) leap. If the suspense is killing you, I shall relieve you - the title is the much-loved Burnout Revenge. Now the Burnout series is one of the most asked for franchises for BC usually Burnout Paradise, but still, it's a step in the right direction. The reveal of this title was pretty much accidental, as it ... Read More »
You ever felt like golf just wasn't exciting enough for you? Maybe you think the action on the links could use a little more... explosions... Seems like the team at Three Fields Entertainment would agree with you, as they've just announced Dangerous Golf. It's golf... with danger. Coming to the Xbox in May, the game will feature over a hundred "holes", but the focus isn't on making birdies and shooting the lowest score. No, the focus here is causing as much destruction as possible across locations such as gas stations, ballrooms and a hotel kitchen. A varied lot, then. If you ... Read More »
Burnout Paradise is currently on sale for Gold members at the staggeringly low price of £2.99! "It's for the 360, who cares?!" I hear you cry...but wait, there is more... https://twitter.com/CriterionGames/status/658559598211764224 That's right, Criterion Games confirmed on Twitter that the much loved racing game is coming to the Xbox One via backwards compatibility! We'd definitely suggest grabbing this deal if you missed out on Burnout Paradise first time around. No word as of yet on when you'll actually be able to play it on your Xbox One but with the list of back compat games growing every month we can't ... Read More »
There is great news for fans of the Burnout series. Burnout Paradise, thought by many to be the best game in the series, has been confirmed for backwards compatibility by Criterion Games. When asked by a fan if there had ever been an answer to the question of whether Burnout Paradise would be coming to backwards compatibility they gave this reply. Yes there was, and yes it is... It's in the pipe, five-by-five. Stay tuned for a date though. https://t.co/y2bhTuOccQ — CriterionGames (@CriterionGames) October 26, 2015 When backwards compatibility was announced at E3 this year Burnout Paradise was touted as ... Read More »
We have some great news for fans of the Burnout series. Three Fields Entertainment have teased fans with a couple of tweets that imply that a spiritual successor to the popular series could soon be in the works. Three Fields Entertainment is a small studio based in the UK. It was set up last year by Alex Ward and Fiona Sperry, the original founders of Criterion. They sent out two tweets in the last week that made some promises to fans of the Burnout series who aren't particularly attached to the name. They started off talking about the projects they ... Read More »
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