For those less familiar, Burnout is a fairly long-running series (about two console generations so far, now in its 11th year) of driving games by developers Criterion and publisher Electronic Arts. Unlike most driving and racing games, however, the goal of Burnout is a bit different. Rather than simply speeding towards the finish line, you also want to wreck as many cars as you can.
Remember that bizarre, leaked Burnout game that added lobster monsters and UFOs to the crashtastic street racing formula? Electronic Arts and developer Criterion Games just made it official, unveiling Burnout CRASH! for PlayStation ... Read Post
Criterion saved it for Burnout Crash! Wondered why 2008 racing game Burnout Paradise didn't have the series' popular Crash mode? Developer Criterion was saving Crash mode for downloadable spin-off Burnout Crash! "This is a small pro... Read Post
David Hasselhoff donned a chicken suit to promote Burnout Crash. Burnout Crash was developed by Criterion games and published by Electronic Arts. It lets users embrace road rage by trying to repeatedly crash vehicles in head-on coll... Read Post