Danger Zone comes out on Xbox One this autumn. Danger Zone is inspired by Crash Mode from the Burnout series. Indeed its developer, Three Fields Entertainment, was started by the founders of Burnout maker Criterion. Three Fields Entertainment...Show More Summary
Need for Speed and Burnout are completely different franchises. Both are arcadey racers, sure, but the former's fantasy kind of starts and stops with outrunning the cops in Lamborghinis and other supercars at extremely high speeds. The...Show More Summary
For better and for worse, Danger Zone is a no-frills resurrection of Burnout’s Crash mode, priced accordingly.
The Burnout series may be languishing in some circle of development / rights-ownership hell, but that's not going to stop the team at Three Fields Entertainment
The Burnout series is gone, and nothing has filled the vacuum it left behind. Forza Horizon 3 is wonderful, but it doesn’t have the same dedication to violent, controlled chaos that Criterion’s defunct racer did. But now, a new game is stepping up to provide the intense automobile carnage you’re looking for, and — surprise […]
Danger Zone is out this month, and this new trailer is all the convincing you need. Three Fields, the studio made up of many Burnout veterans, is getting ready to release its second game as an indie team. Called Danger Zone, the game distils the incredibly satisfying Crash Mode into a single package. Danger Zone […]
Dangerous Golf, the first game from Three Fields Entertainment, a studio founded by a bunch of the people who made Burnout's legendary Crash Mode, was basically Crash Mode indoors and with golf balls. The team's latest game, called Danger Zone, has an even simpler sales pitch: it's Dangerous Golf outdoors and with cars. Show More Summary
It’s been a long time since a Burnout game last released. While Burnout Crash was technically the swan song for the series, most fans consider Paradise to be the final “true” entry from developer Criterion Games (or, if you’re me, the 360 port of Revenge). Show More Summary
Crash Mode was incredibly popular in the Burnout series of games, so developer Three Fields Entertainment has decided to try to spin off the mode again into its own game, called Danger Zone Three Fields was founded in 2014 by the Criterion Games execs Fiona Sperry and Alex Ward. Show More Summary
It's been nine long years since we had a proper Burnout game. But when Paradise launched back in 2008 it didn't come with the franchise's trademark Crash Mode, the arcadey feature that tasked players with hurtling themselves through an intersection to cause as big of a car accident as possible. Show More Summary
Three Fields Entertainment is a company most of you are probably not familiar with. Created by the heads of old-school Criterion Games, Fiona Sperry and Alex Ward, they've only released Dangerous Golf and Lethal VR thus far, but that is going to change soon. Show More Summary
Last year a small independent development studio lead by Criterion Games veterans Fiona Sperry and Alex Ward released Dangerous Golf, a game that was basically Burnout’s Crash Mode without cars. With Danger Zone, due out next month for PC and PS4, they’re trying it with cars. Excellent. Read more...
Burnout may be dead, but we can still have some car-exploding fun. Three Fields Entertainment announced Danger Zone today, a car-based destruction game that will come out in May for PlayStation 4 and PC. The project takes inspiration from the Burnout series’ Crash Mode, which had players using an exploding car to try and cause […]
Three Fields Entertainment, the studio founded by the creators of Burnout, is making a Crash Mode spiritual successor called Danger Zone - and it's out in May priced £9.99. Danger Zone, due out on PC and PlayStation 4, is from Criterion founders Fiona Sperry and Alex Ward, who left the EA-owned studio back in 2014 to go it alone. Show More Summary
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The Chapecoense plane crash could have been averted if it carried enough fuel. An audio recording confirms that fuel burnout caused the crash. Minutes before the crash, the pilot had radioed for assistance for an emergency landing, the Washington Post reports. Show More Summary
The owner of a C7 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 recently found out the hard way why it’s never a good idea to do burnouts and speed on public roads. His car ended up a total wreck after he pulled some antics best left to a restricted area such as a track. As this video from YouTube channel Tucson Street Racing reveals, the driver executed...
Crash mode was a divisive addition to Burnout, and you either loved it or hated it. Personally, it’s what really brought me into the Burnout series; it felt like a series of destructive puzzles. Dangerous Golf, a new game from a group of Burnout vets, is an attempt to make a whole game out of it. Read more...
The next game from Burnout creators is out now. Dangerous Golf launch trailer brings back memories of Burnout’s Crash Mode Dangerous Golf, the first game from ex-Criterion devs at Three Fields, has been released. Dangerous Golf takes away all the boring parts of the sport and replaces them with destruction and physics-based mayhem at every […]
A drag-prepped first generation Camaro goes headlong into a cyclone fence after a failed burnout leaving Reno Cars and Coffee. Continue reading Chevy Camaro crashes at Cars and Coffee, Mustang fans laugh Chevy Camaro crashes at Cars and Coffee, Mustang fans laugh originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 20 May 2016 12:45:00 EDT. Show More Summary