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Ratings board outs 'Burnout Crash'


11:00 AM on 04.02.2011
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The Australian Classifications Board has rated an upcoming "multi platform" title for Electronic Arts, Burnout Crash

The "multi platforms" in question appear to be Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, according to a software engineer's Linkedin profile. What kind of game this Burnout Crash is -- a full retail title or a downloadable spin-off -- is unknown. As GameBytes points, the fact that it's been rated before its been announced leads to speculation that it could be a smaller, downloadable affair. 

It's difficult to think of a reason why we wouldn't want a new Burnout game, retail, downloadable, or otherwise. Hell, I'm up for a Burnout board game if someone has the time to throw one of those together. 

Software Ratings Reveal Burnout Crash, New Downloadable Game? [GamerBytes]

 






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