Looking forward to this one…
Burnout and Bikes…..
I don’t have Burnout Paradise yet, but with the amount of additional downloadable content these guys have pumped out, for FREE, I may just have to get it!
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The “Burnout Paradise” title is scheduled to be available via the PlayStation Network (Store) as a download (3.5Gb for USD 29.99) soon (”this fall”) too:
[ blog.us.playstation.com/2008/08/14/burnout-paradise-coming-to-psn ]
[ sonyps3news.com/2008/08/burnout-paradise-download-size ]
In the past Criterion have talked about taking the automobiles & bikes much further & introducing planes as well!
On a related note, “Midnight Club: Los Angeles” with the true-to-life rendered cityscapes (rather than the fictional “Burnout” Paradise City), may be putting pressure on Criterion to keep up the development (motor)cycles & make more downloadable content available.
I own Burnout since last weekend and I love it!
Comment by Divius — Sep 2, 2008 @ 2:49 pm
my 60gig ps3 is gona have to receive a makeover!
Comment by iagdad — Sep 2, 2008 @ 2:52 pm
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And race at night!!!!!!!!
Comment by Chris — Sep 2, 2008 @ 3:22 pm
Midnight Club: Los Angeles is going to destroy it
29.98 on pre-order
Need for Speed: Undercover is out soon, slated for November 18th. I think I’d rather have that on BRD than a digi copy of BOP any day.
Comment by Aragorn1001 — Sep 3, 2008 @ 12:13 pm
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[ joystiq.com/2008/09/04/midnight-club-los-angeles-pushed-back-to-oct-21 ]
Midnight Club: Los Angeles pushed back to Oct. 21
by Kyle Orland Sep 4th 2008 6:00PM
It wasn’t all good news in Take-Two’s stellar third-quarter earnings report and conference call today, as the company announced that the release date for Midnight Club: Los Angeles has been pushed back to Oct. 21 in North America and Oct. 24 in Europe. The new date follows previously announced North American dates of Oct. 7 and Sept. 9 for the game’s release. Take-Two said the extra time is being used to help polish up the game and to make sure its release doesn’t get lost amidst a competitive holiday schedule. Here’s hoping this one finally sticks.
[ blog.us.playstation.com/2008/09/12/burnout-bikes-dated ]
Burnout Bikes Dated!
+ Posted by Jeremy Chubb // Producer, Criterion Games
We’re finally able to announce that our latest free downloadable Burnout pack bikes will be out 18th September!!!
It’s tough to give specific dates on downloadable content, because we don’t know for certain until the last minute. But hey, we’re really excited about bringing bikes to Burnout, so we’re going to take a chance and tell you that we’re aiming for September 18 – that’s this coming Thursday!
If you missed our earlier posts, here’s what’s coming:
* Pick from 2 motorcycles featuring male or female characters and start on a whole new progression to earn your Bike License.
* 38 new against-the-clock race events – Burning Ride and Midnight Ride.
* A brand new in-game 24 hr day / night cycle that impacts traffic density and available events. (It’s fully customisable – you can make it day/night/change the clock speed – it’s up to you.)
* Dynamic weather brings an all-new look to Paradise City.
* And if that’s not enough, we’ve got 70 more Freeburn Challenges too.
Freeburn is Burnout’s uninterrupted drop-in / drop-out online play. It’s a cool collaborative experience, so it’s all about hanging out with your friends, messing around in vehicles while racing, pulling tricks and crashing in a massive open world city.
If 350 fun, co-operative challenges aren’t enough to keep you and your friends occupied, the Bike Pack throws a further 70 to the mix. These bike-exclusive challenges are split 50:50 between regular challenges and timed, against-the-clock challenges for those that enjoy a little more intensity.
We’ve got all the details on bikes at www [dot] criteriongames [dot] com and in our latest video podcast – Crash TV. You can see it now on iTunes.
Burnout Paradise is currently available for the Greatest Hits price of $29.99 on PLAYSTATION 3.
Next week, we’re back to talk trophies.
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