European PlayStation Plus subscribers will net a complimentary copy of Tomb Raider: Underworld this month
That's in addition to free copies of Cool Boarders, Sneezies and Orbit, as well as a slew of savings and discounts, including half-price offers on Split/Second and Burnout Crash. Subscribers will also net a free copy of Marvel Pinball later in...
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EA's confirmed a September 20th release date for its crash-heavy PlayStation Network title, Burnout Crash
</a>. The game will launch for $9.99 on PSN. The Criterion developed digital title will include three game modes, 18 crash junctions and Autolog support. The one big problem is that the game doesn't look very good. Whoops.
Let's be honest, Criterion's first foray into the downloadable game market doesn't look like it lives up to the usual high-standards that the developer has set itself
If we're honest, Burnout Crash looks a bit, well, trash. But there is a glimmer of hope at the end of this trailer, with asteroids and hurricanes taking hold of the crash arena and...
EA's confirmed that Burnout Crash
</a> will release next month on the PlayStation Network. The isometric, downloadable spin-off being developed in-house at Criterion, was previously confirmed to have an Autumn release date. Now it's dead-set for August. Of course, the game looking a bit rubbish is best left for another discussion.
When Burnout Crash
</a> was rumoured, we were expecting a bite-sized PlayStation Network release of Burnout's popular crash mode. We weren't necessarily expecting the isometric, cartoon spin-off that Criterion actually announced. The British studio has now revealed that Burnout Crash! started life as a Nintendo Wii game. We can't say that we're surprised. The original version started on the..
Criterion's finally confirmed its long rumoured Burnout spin-off, entitled Burnout Crash
</a>. The isometric riff on Burnout's popular crash mode is set to launch on PlayStation Network later in the year. The game promises to offer rewards for "traffic chaos by crashing into cars, triggering explosions and destroying everything in sight". There will be a total of 18 junctions..
Remember Burnout Crash, the rumoured PlayStation Network spin-off of the popular destructive racing franchise? Well, now we've got some concrete details on the unannounced game
According to the ESRB ratings board, this is a top-down racing game featuring "cartoon" vehicles and plenty of crashing. Apparently players will earn points for...
Another day, another example of resume sleuthing
JustPushStart has picked up on the LinkedIn profile of EA software engineer, Juan José Galera Pérez, who lists FIFA 12 as a current project. Nothing surprising there, but the twist is in the platforms. Alongside PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable and PlayStation 3, Juan references "PSP2". Interestingly Juan also worked on the recently..
What's your favourite part of the Burnout series? Sure, weaving through oncoming traffic at a slick 60 frames-per-second is a highlight, but the real joy is participating in those puzzle-esque crash events that have been a staple of the series for a long time now
According to information leaked via the Australian Ratings Board, a PSN release of...