Discussion in 'Video Games and Technology' started by Ephland, Feb 20, 2018.
Burnout Paradise Remastered Trailer Revealed, Coming March 16
$40, includes all DLC. PS4 and XBOX1.
Just saw that. SUPER excited.
oh this is great, i loved this game on ps3 but my ps3 well broke down, now ill get to play it with the dlc and more importantly my son will get to play it
Super stoked to see it getting a remaster. It was the first game I played when I got my ps3 and boy I played the crap out of it. I just hope they go with the red theme over the blue theme and return the crash physics back to original. Either way I'm going to enjoy tearing through town to G N' R again
I've never played this game but i think i might have to pick it up since Assassins Creed Rogue comes out next month as well. It's going to be a great month to play games in March.
This is literally my favorite car game ever, and one of my favorite games of all time in general... I got little kid excited reading this title. Hooooly crap.
I assume this basically puts it on par with the PC version?
Seriously. We need more Burnout games.
Oh I can’t wait for this. I grew up on this game
Anyone getting this, feel free to add me. PSN-yodafett77.
I keep my PS4 set to offline as a default, as my daughter plays on it quite a bit, but I make sure to set it online when I'm playing. I graduate and have 12 weeks off the day this drops, so I fully expect to be logging some time behind the wheel.
Out of all of teh Burnouts to remaster, they go with Paradise? They should have went with Revenge or the third game. I hated Paradise because it got so boring having to drive just to do a race or something.
Never got to Paradise. Loved the games prior, but hated load times for those crash junctions.
Reminder, this is out this Friday.
Looking forward to it.
Oh wow, looking forward to this!
So, how's it treating everyone? I'm only about ~40% on trophies so far. 26/75 cars.
Freaking GORGEOUS game though. Feels absolutely great to be playing it again.
Someone can correct me, but I'm pretty sure it's because all or most of the existing game assets are already good-to-go for modern systems. At most, it needs a new GUI and some updated shaders, whereas the older Burnout games would also need new models, rigging, and textures in order to pass for modern.
This was the game that ripped the heart out of the Burnout franchise and turned it into yet another generic racer.
Burnout Revenge was the only racing game I ever saw that focused on making cars crash and having fun with it.
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