Here is a fresh look at Burnout Crash!, direct from the legion-esque FTP servers that are gamescom. I feel sorry for the virtual citizens of the game's town. Poor people never stood a chance.
As much as I don't like being that guy, I'm going to say it: I still wish this standalone game was presented in the traditional Burnout style, rather than from an overhead perspective. The transition loses some of the excitement gained from being up close to the mayhem.
Granted, this game will have Autolog functionality, so I'll likely buy it and love it anyway. Drat.
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