Dangerous Driving has arrived, and it's Three Fields Entertainment's most ambitious project to date. The tiny team behind the game aimed to rekindle the love for Burnout and arcade racers of that ilk, and that's certainly an idea we can get behind. We were fortunate enough to fire a few questions at Fiona Sperry, a founder of Criterion...
As enormous fans of Criterion's classic arcade racing series Burnout, we've been patiently waiting for either a revival from EA (a pipe dream, let's be honest) or for someone else to crash into the scene with a fast and brazen alternative. That's exactly what Three Fields Entertainment has created with Dangerous Driving, although you'd...
Second hand model
Dangerous Driving is the game Three Fields Entertainment has been building towards for the last few years. The small studio, founded by Criterion's top dogs Alex Ward and Fiona Sperry, first released Dangerous Golf in 2016, a destructive, score-attack golf game that spoke to the developer's intentions. A successor to Burnout, or at...
Don't forget your seatbelt
Dangerous Driving is the game Three Fields Entertainment has been building up to for some time. The small developer, set up by Burnout creators Alex Ward and Fiona Sperry, has put out a handful of games since its founding a few years ago, all of which evoke a similar attitude to the celebrated arcade racing series. Danger...
Need for speed
You may remember that Three Fields Entertainment announced Dangerous Driving earlier in the year, with very little to go on other than the vision to bring back a Burnout-esque brand of chaotic arcade racing. The indie developer, which includes some of the original creators of the beloved smash-em-up racing series, has released a...
You wanna take this outside?
Three Fields Entertainment has been building up to its eventual Burnout-esque racing game over the course of the last couple of years. Danger Zone aimed to reproduce the magic of Crash mode, and while it largely succeeded, the sequel feels like the next step towards arcade racing goodness. Danger Zone 2 may tread similar...
Three Fields Entertainment has two games racing towards PS4, and the first of these, Danger Zone 2, is arriving on 13th July. The developer has released a batch of new screenshots from the game, and it's looking pretty good. For those out of the loop, the Danger Zone games aim to recapture the feeling of Burnout's Crash Mode. The first...
Three Fields Entertainment returns
Three Fields Entertainment is a small development studio that's headed up by a few of the figures responsible for the Burnout series, so we're very interested in what they make. So far, games like Dangerous Golf, Lethal VR, and the Crash Mode-esque Danger Zone have been fun distractions, but we've been waiting for...
Danger Zone isn’t subtle and nor should it be. The latest from indie outfit Three Fields Entertainment doesn’t faff around with golf balls, instead slapping cars on a simulated highway and tasking you with smashing into as many of them as you can. This is Crash Mode in everything but name, and considering it comes care of...
And it's out imminently
Three Fields Entertainment may be working with a threadbare budget, but it really has managed to resurrect Burnout's Crash Mode. It’s not even trying to get creative with it anymore either: Danger Zone literally looks like it’s been ripped right out of Burnout 3: Takedown and slapped on the PlayStation 4. The simplistic...
Danger Zone due in May
After the decent Dangerous Golf, the co-founders of Burnout creator Criterion are back with Danger Zone, a PlayStation 4 riff on the ever-popular Crash Mode. This is actually Three Fields Entertainment's third title – it also released PlayStation VR shooter Lethal VR last year – and is clearly the project that it's been...
In a way, we kinda feel sorry for Three Fields Entertainment. The teensy indie start-up carries the burden of being "the Burnout guys", which means that expectations are raised every time it so much as farts. Of course, exposure is no bad thing for a team with about three employees to its name, but it also means the disappointment is all...
Three Fields Entertainment recently released Dangerous Golf, a kind of twist on Burnout's very popular Crash mode. But while the title offered a nice warm-up for the UK-based studio, we've all been waiting for it to begin work on a racing title really. Fortunately, the outfit announced yesterday that work has begun on a "driving game"...
Three Fields Entertainment, the indie studio behind Dangerous Golf, comprises mainly of the same minds responsible for Criterion classics Burnout and Black – and this is abundantly clear from the start. Its debut title is an arcade sports game that shares as much in common with golf as Rocket League does with football. Maybe less...
Burning up the course
Burnout 3: Takedown is arguably one of the greatest racing games for its tight controls, adrenaline-inducing crashes and speed, and a special feature called Crash Mode. The goal of that mode was to simply yet strategically slam your vehicle into traffic and attempt to cause as much damage and chaos as possible. It should have...
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