Burnout Paradise was one of the few games at this years E3 to actually draw a reasonable line (and by line, I mean three humans and a Frag Doll). As always, it's looking quite amazing, with a lot of big changes this time around. The open-ended world is the most obvious, but other things like a heavier feel to the cars, unique use of the camera peripheral, amazing new crash physics, and the ability to hop in and out of a friends city online with up to eight people, all adds up to make this a package that could rival David Bowie's in Labyrinth.
Hit the jump for an additional developer interview, courtesy of the video gnomes at Gametrailers.com.
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