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Developer: Three Fields Entertainment
Content Rating: Everyone10+
Dangerous Driving brings back the speed, style and the all out excitement of the arcade racing genre. The games breathes new life into an old genre taking advantage of both the power of Unreal Engine 4 and of current generation hardware to provide an all-new racing experience featured driving, racing and takedowns employing real physics, physically based rendering enabling high visual fidelity and accurate lighting and vastly improved engine audio and sound effects.
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Dangerous Driving has some hiccups like momentary pausesÂ in tunnels, rare unexpected car swerves (both yours and the A.I.), slowdown, and inconsistent crash determinations, but these arenât even why the game misses its target. Previous Three Fields titles like the Danger Zone series and Dangerous Golf had a reason for their destruction, but I canât find it in Dangerous Driving. The racing itself has some thrills due to its sometimes insane sense of speed, but neither it nor the crashes make their mark.
Dangerous Driving hits the perfect melody at certain points when focusing on what the team set out for it to do: be a spiritual successor to Burnout. At its peak, it feels like a Burnout game. The controls and visuals are fantastic and are properly tipping the cap to late 1990s arcade games along with the Burnout franchise. Collisions are massive and there’s a good bit of variety of cars and game modes. What the game does bad really hurts the experience. The AI lacks basically anything and the return rewards of unlocking new modes and cars feels all for nothing.
A pale imitation of a great franchise, Dangerous Driving just can’t quite fill the hole left by Burnout.