#8001506, By DjFlex52 Burnout Crash

  • DjFlex52 26 Sep 2011 05:30:50 274 posts
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    Registered 11 years ago
    krushing wrote:

    And yes, it initally feels like a total game of luck, but there's a surprising amount of control underneath once you learn to time explosions and punt other cars around at will.

    I totally agree. And though, I'm a diehard Burnout: Revenge crash junction player and I didn't want to like this game, I have to admit that there are more tactical play in Burnout Crash than the reviewers have lead me to believe.

    I'm glad that each crash level ends when 5 cars escape you (critics didn't like it). It requires you to watch every road at all times to prevent the sneaky cars from escaping. About 25 Burnout: Revenge friends of mine have all downloaded it and it's pretty good for an XBLA crash game.
    My two main gripes are that I wish the game would have crash online w/friends rooms and the game really needs more cars and levels.
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