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Bikes and planes: New Burnout Paradise footage is a real crowd pleaser


10:18 AM on 07.24.2008



Even the blurriness and brevity of this video has little impact on awesomeness of what transpires onscreen. Though only 10 seconds in length, we finally get a peek at what Criterion was talking about when they mentioned adding not only bikes, but planes in a future update to Burnout Paradise.

The jury is still out on how well the whole biplane thing is going to fit into the overall scheme of the game (Imagine the joy of swooping down on cars speeding towards the finish, and witnessing the spectacular crashes that result from it!), but it's hard to imagine the Burnout team cranking out anything less than stellar downloadable content. These guys sure know how to rock out a racing game. At this rate, we may never need to buy another one again!

[Thanks, Gantz]






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