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Thursday, 14 April 2011 09:03

Burnout Crash is next Criterion title

Written by David Stellmack
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Said to take place in fictional Crash City
Sources are confirming to use that the new Criterion entry in the Burnout series said to be called Burnout Crash is confirmed, but still unannounced by EA at this time.

The game is said to be an action driving arcade game that is set inside the fictional world of Crash City. Whispers from those claiming to be in the know tell us that it is kind of like a game revolving around the “Showtime” mode that was so popular in Burnout Paradise. (The object of the Showtime mode was to cause as much damage as possible to traffic and the surroundings by crashing your car.)

The title was outed by the Australian ratings board, which evidently gave it a “PG” rating for “Mild Violence” with “Parental Guidance Suggested.” We have to think that with the confirmation from the Australian ratings board, combined with what our sources have whispered in our ear, that the title is confirmed for release later this year.

Expect to see the full announcement with a release date at E3.


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