Criterion Responds to Burnout Paradise Criticism

I think someone at Criterion Games got a little hot under the collar. Lovingly disguised as a Merry Christmas post, Alex Ward hits on multiple points that gamers have had with the Burnout Paradise demo.

I guess he would not like my take on the game, then. See, I was thinking of a snarky subhead for a Blogcritics review of the game: Burnout: Need For Speed Paradise Unlimited.

Thats not to say I do not like the demo (the jury is still out on that), it is just that Burnout has never been able sandbox game play. And now it is. And it is weird. So Alex, people are going to take issue with that. Deal with it.

I downloaded both the PS3 and the 360 versions of the demo (because I can) and have played them both now. Without seeing the game side by side I do not see a big difference. I do not know what makes the PS3 version look so much better, as I have seen many people say.

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