Archive for category Burnout Paradise
Burnout Paradise Trophy patch – Good news the patch is now out, the bad news … they are not retroactive. You have to start all over. Forget it, I’m not doing that. I just completed 100% on bikes too, oh well.
The Burnout Patch that includes Bikes is now out! Its only 154MB.
I’m tempted to sell my copy of Burnout and get the download version. But it depends how big the game will be. No release date yet, but it will be $29.99. It will include all the free updates so far to.
I’m impressed all the support this game is getting. Now that I’ve finally beat MSG4 I have time for other games, so I’ll be playing this again soon. And there is more updates coming this year.
This is the complete transformation of Burnout. That means you’ll see new game modes, new vehicles including motorcycles, day / night gameplay, weather, a huge new island play area, stacks of new challenges and maybe even aircraft!
Coming in the free “Davis” update to Burnout: Paradise next month is: bikes! And day and night cycles! And weather! And more wow than ever!
We’ve got two rides ready to go – Day 1. Just head for your nearest junkyard in Paradise City to pick up the FV1100 street bike and the stunning Japanese Firehawk racing bike. That’ll do for a start, but there’s more in store once you’ve played a little way through the bike-specific gameplay. We’ll bring you more on these vehicles in a future post.
From the second we added the first prototype bike, we wanted to cruise the streets of Paradise City at night. So, in addition to the bikes, we’re adding night to the game. You’ll see day cycle through to night and see the city change with it. Paradise City takes on a life of its own once the rush hour traffic thins out!
The folks at Criterion are going further for the gamer than any other developer with free updates. This is great stuff. I just picked up this game last week and have had a lot of fun just tooling around the city learning the lay of the land. Steve gave it a try last night too and gave it his thumbs up. For only $40 new, and cheaper than that used, I think that this game belongs in every PS3 owner’s library.
Too bad it doesn’t have splitscreen… (just had to get that in there).
The latest update for Burnout Paradise is available to download now. Version 1.30, otherwise known as Cagney, is a whopping 385MB.
The best thing about this update is custom soundtrack support! It’s going to give Burnout Paradise a new lease of life in my PS3.
I’ve barely played it the past couple of months but I’m going to be spending a lot more time in Paradise now, thanks to custom soundtracks!
Click here for the full lowdown on what else is in the Cagney update.