10:24 AM - December 12, 2007 by admin
Videogamer has posted their hands-on preview of Burnout Paradise.
"All of that returns to Paradise, but this time around the developers have created a reasonably vast open-world city, and when they say open-world, they mean it. Using a completely rebuilt game engine, after the initial boot-up there are no loading screens. Aside from pausing the game and changing your cars there are no menus at all. Most impressive of all though, and rather intriguing, is the decision to make every single one of the 120 missions available from the beginning of the game. It's a confident and unusual design choice by Criterion, but it's one that might just work."