Fun - 92%
Graphics - 80%
Audio - 90%
Gameplay - 87%
Replayability - 85%
Burnout Paradise first arrived in 2008 and now 10 years later it has been remastered for the current-gen systems. Criterion and EA worked together to push this remaster out in the correct time for the 10th anniversary and the game still doing well.
The Burnout series has always been a fun arcade racer and the element that every gamer loves is causing crashes and running up that score for the most damage caused. Burnout Paradise also received a few DLCs and other releases like Big Surf Island, Cops and Robbers pack, Legendary Cars pack and then the Burnout Paradise Ultimate release.
The game runs just as well, if not better, as it did on the old systems. It looks amazing as well with the updated looks and is just as much fun! One of the down sides for me personally is that with all the DLC cars that you get, there is no big need to upgrade your license to get a better or fast cars as you have them already. Another thing that is missing with this game from the beginning is a bit of structure, but this is my personal feeling and I understand that the game was made so that gamers can drive anywhere on the map and partake in any event in any order they want.
I personally I’m a bit sick of all these remastered games that we are getting and on top of that sometimes they want us to pay the full price again. On the other hand, I do agree that new gamers need to have this game to play and it is a must have title for anyone.
This is a racing game that everyone needs to own, it is fun, it is addictive and again it is fun!! There is so much to do that you will always have something to complete or to try and achieve.
Reviewed on: PS4
Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC, Switch (Soon)
Age Rating: PG
Publisher/Developer: EA / Criterion
Estimated RRP: R629
Release Date: 16 March 2018
- Great racing fun
- Such cool cars
- I like a bit more structure