Burnout Crash, the latest Burnout game will make you cry but not because it’s so awesome but because for the first time ever, a Burnout game is being made from a top-down perspective. Yeah think about that for a minute before you hurl.
Burnout Crash will be a downloadable only game (via Xbox Live and PSN) and will be available sometime later this year. It is also geared towards the more “family friendly/casual” crowd as the Xbox360 version of this game will feature Kinect support. Puke some more.
Burnout Crash packs countless hours of reckless chaos into an easy to pick up, but difficult to master gameplay experience. There are three explosive game modes available across 18 crash junctions in six unique locations, each requiring different skills and strategies to maximize damage and destroy everything in sight. With a variety of player vehicles to unlock, high-value targets to seek and destroy, and crazy surprise features to discover, players will be hooked on an adrenaline-fueled rampage to the top of the Crashwall.
There have been numerous bad ideas in the video game industry over the past decade but I’d say this one is the worst by far. Instead of working on a successor to Burnout Revenge, we get this monstrosity designed to tap into the casual crowd. Now if you excuse me, I’ll be over in the corner ripping my hair out with my bare hands.