Burnout Revenge (PS2) Reviews
Product Type: Electronic Arts PS2 games
Description:Manufacturer: Electronic Arts / Genre: Driving & Racing / This time it's not about winning. It's not about riding on ... more
Burnout Revenge (PS2) ... dubs or gaudy neon lights. It's about an utter disregard for the rules of road and total domination. This time it's personal. This time it's about revenge. The sequel to 2004's racing game of the year, Burnout Revenge straps gamers into the fastest, most dangerous racer on the road. Fight dirty or go down in flames - the only rule is complete automotive anarchy. Built for unprecedented destruction, Burnout Revenge challenges gamers to exact their revenge on rush hour traffic, vindictive rival racers and anything else that gets between them and the finish line. Featuring multi-level tracks designed for fighting, wicked vertical takedowns, explosive new crashbreakers, new gameplay modes and wide open crash courses for epic crash sequences that put Hollywood to shame, Burnout Revenge redefines speed and aggression for the ultimate in vehicular combat. And when gamers are ready to take their rage on the road, a massive suite of online modes and features open up endless possibilities to slam, shunt and stonewall new enemies all over the world. Happy hunting!
Newest Review: ... and bronze gives 2 stars. On top of the medal rankings there is an aggression ranking - a 'fair' or 'good' ranking actually ... more
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Last Update 12.03.2014 07:18
Customer Burnout Revenge (PS2) Reviews (10)
by - written on 24/07/13 (Very useful, 46 readings)
Well a very rare two days off back to back with wifey at work and the youngster at nursery this week meant only one thing - blow the dust off the PS2 and pull one of the old treasures off the game shelf! Truth be told I've grown a bit tired of my 360. I mean, it's great - graphics, game play selection of new titles yadda yadda... I just needed a change, so back in the box it went and out came the big black square of loveliness! After a short session on Everybodys Golf (another classic, btw) I fancied a drive. Now the PS2 was never short on racing titles and was home to such giants as Gran Turismo 4, Need for Speed (Underground - Most Wanted - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/01/10 (Very useful, 8 readings)
If you have seen my review of the prequel of this game, Burnout 3 then you would have seen that I had written that the Burnout Series was on a downwards spiral from that moment forwards. Well with Burnout Revenge the Burnout series becomes even more dumbed down than before with the idiotic introduction of "traffic checking". Look EA, if I want to do checking of any sort I'll just buy one of your NHL games. But don't introduce it into a game that you have already bastardised to the point that it is unrecognisable from its pure form in Burnout 2. So, "what is traffic checking?", you may ask. Well you know how on the previous ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/09/09 (Very useful, 3 readings)
A lot of the success of the Burnout series can be attributed to the fact that they know that a lot of gamers, especially those who were perhaps turned off by the comprehensive approach of the Gran Turismo series, just want to smash into things and see the awesome damage (something the GT series discouraged). Burnout Revenge delivers enough smashes to satisfy any gamer, whilst also having enough races for those who want a straight up blast through a varied number of terrains. Visually, this gets the balance right between realistic and cartoony - it is over the top, with sparks flying under your car and cars being crumpled into absurd shapes when they collide ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/08/09 (Very useful, 16 readings)
Burnout Revenge is a racing title from Criterion games for the Playstation 2 This game has you take on the world to become the best Burnout driver in its World Tour mode! The game has no story but it isn't really a problem, the game play is compelling enough to take you through to the end. Unlike Burnout Takedown you won't pick from a list of continents, just a list of racing events which will cover a wide variety of race types. The game has many different race types for you to choose from, the standard single player races where you race against your rivals and have to come first to win, tournaments where you earn points and must get the highest ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/06/08 (Very useful, 85 readings)
The burnout series is about hardcore, exciting and what I would call typical arcade style racing. Burnout Revnge, the fourth game in the series didn't let itself down, and was an awesome game to play! The overview of the game is that you have to complete different events to get star ratings and the more stars you have the more events you can play. There are ten ranks to the game to unlock each with different tracks and events. As for the gameplay, you have the standard racing controls, so it's easy to use, understand and adds to the "Pick up and Play factor." The controls are responsive, very suitable and I would say one of the best racing ... Read the complete review
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