Burnout Paradise Remastered for Xbox One
Xbox One

Burnout Paradise Remastered

Mar 16, 2018
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Developer: Electronic Arts
Content Rating: Everyone10+


Welcome back to Paradise City! Make action your middle name as you rule the streets in Burnout Paradise Remastered. Tear up the town from hectic downtown avenues to wild mountain roads. Relive the high-octane stunts and wanton destruction of one of the greatest arcade-driving games ever! Burnout Paradise Remastered provides the ultimate driving playground for you and your friends to play online. This remaster includes the 8 main DLC packs from the Year of Paradise, including the Big Surf Island update, meticulously recreated and ready to wreck!

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29 Reviews
Sam SpyrisonMar 13, 2018
Burnout Paradise Remastered still offers one of the best playgrounds to speed and smash through over a decade later, fueled by a smooth presentation, abundance of cars and an engaging soundtrack. The same issues that plagued this racing title in the past generation still remain, including lackluster AI and mission variety, and the slight improvement to the graphics leave much to be desired.
Ken McKownMar 28, 2018
This makes my next point hard to talk about. The price point feels a bit excessive. For a remaster $39.99 feels like a bit too much. Comparing that to the backwards compatible game on 360 and toss in all the DLC though and it comes up to roughly the same price. So it makes it even harder to argue. Still it is all about perception.
Bradley RussellMar 11, 2018
Burnout Paradise Remastered is ultimately a paradox. Equipped with a purring, powerful new under-the-hood upgrade, the game delivers a pure driving experience that is on-par with many of its contemporaries in the looks and feel department. Unfortunately, it’s also running on well-worn tires. Some of the quirks, acceptable in 2008, haven’t been ironed out, and the game can feel sparse and comparatively tiny when scaled against later titles.

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