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[Switch] Burnout Paradise Remastered $11.98 @ Nintendo eShop

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Had this on my watch list and saw it just dropped to the lowest price ever. Seems to be well rated for a racing game on the Switch.

Download size: 3.995 GB
Metacritic: 78 (User 8.0)

Description

The ultimate driving playground
The multi-million selling Burnout™ franchise races onto Nintendo Switch for the first time ever.

Make action your middle name as you rule the open streets of Paradise City, in Burnout™ Paradise Remastered. Test the limits of skill and endurance as you push the boundaries of speed itself. Hurtle through hectic downtown avenues to wild mountain roads. Smash through traffic, wreck your opponents, and use the open city to find shortcuts. Leave your friends in the dust and define your route to victory – or crash out in spectacular and devastating effect.

Packed with 8 pieces of extra content, with 130+ vehicles, new areas to explore such as Big Surf Island, and hundreds of online challenges, embrace high-octane stunts and wanton destruction in one of the greatest arcade racers. Fully optimized for the Nintendo Switch in 60 FPS, including pinch-and-pull map control for ease of navigation. Burnout Paradise Remastered is the ultimate driving playground to play with friends or on-the-go.

KEY FEATURES
- THE ULTIMATE DRIVING PLAYGROUND
Throw out that driver’s handbook and blaze your own path to victory, leaving a trail of speed and destruction across the streets. Send your car launching, spinning, and smashing through traffic. Leave a very expensive trail of wreckage in your rearview. Race hard and crash harder, wrecking your friends online, or joining forces in hundreds of online challenges

THE DEFINITIVE BURNOUT PARADISE EXPERIENCE
Burnout Paradise Remastered delivers the complete original game and 8 main DLC packs, including Big Surf Island, Burnout Bikes, and the Cops and Robbers pack. With new locations, challenges, and 130+ vehicles to explore, from hot rods to vintage classics – ready to race and ready to wreck!

FULL-THROTTLE GRAPHICS
Experience high-octane races and cinematic crashes in glorious 60 FPS. Fully optimized for the Nintendo Switch, Burnout Paradise Remastered delivers high resolution textures and a range of technical enhancements for greater visual fidelity and ease-of-play, including pinch-and-pull map control

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  • +14 votes

    This is Crash FM and I'm DJ Atomika reporting to you live from Paradise City. If you don't already own this game; what are you waiting for? Go out and buy it, now now NOW!

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    Can you get this game free on Android?

  • +5 votes

    God this game gave me the s*#ts on PlayStation.

    Tearing through the streets, miles ahead, some numpty pulls out of a side street unseen, then BAM! Race over. Try again.

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      If your talking about ps3 I can relate, I hated this game on 360 and ps3 since the 720p resolution was so bad you could barely see what was in front of you. Only when I picked it up on latest gen consoles I started to enjoy it, been buying it on multiple platforms when its been on sale

  • +2 votes

    One of my favourite games of all time! Picked up the PS4 version for my PS5 a few months ago, and despite there being many objectively better and technically more impressive games out there, I just seem to spend so much time messing around in this.

    Worth the $12 for messing around on stunt runs alone, really addictive to try and see how long you can stretch a combo and how high that score can get.

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      Did you experience any crashes on the PS4 version? On release (and in the first 6 months) it was buggy mess and would crash randomly every time I played. Stopped playing it due to that. Hopefully that's been fixed.

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        Nope, no crashes. Have only played it on a PS5, but haven't had it crash at all and I probably have 50+hrs in it.

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          Awesome! Completely forgot about that game since then, but will have another crack at it. It was fun when it worked.

  • +3 votes

    This was my first game on PS3, just bought this to relive the good times.

  • +5 votes

    Wish they would just remaster Burnout 2 and 3. Crash mode was the absolute shit.

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      I thought this had a crash mode?

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        I was just wondering the same thing- is that the mode where you get a score in money in terms of damage done during the run (or am I confusing with another game)?

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          See my other comment.

      • +2 votes

        It does but it's trash compared to the original. You can "nudge" your car to keep it going infinitely and the cars don't stop spawning. The actual crash mode required planning, forethought and you couldn't keep moving your car once it left the ramp or started a wreck.

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          Ah ok ta. Maybe pass then..

          • +1 vote

            @nurseboucher: Yeah, crash mode can be started by the player at will at anypoint on the map with a press of a button in paradise, unlike the old games where the set pieces and scenarios were preset even the traffic patterns, so you could make a reliable plan.

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      Me too, they were far superior to Paradise.

      • +3 votes

        The only people who thought Paradise was good were the ones who hadn't played 2 and 3.

    • +1 vote

      Purchased an original Xbox copy of Burnout 3 earlier this week and waiting eagerly for it in the post to have some nostalgic fun with it, had it years ago and can't recall what happened to it, must have sold or lost it somewhere… would indeed be nice if Burnout 3 was remastered for the Switch but suspect it will cost slightly more than the $6 I paid for the original xbox version if Nintendo and EA stamp their tax on it.

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      Have you tried danger zone 1 or 2 or even dangerous driving? It's basically just crash mode exclusively. Not a whole package like burnout 3 but was still somewhat fun.

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    can you play multiplayer with the mini remotes?