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Stay tuned for a backwards compatibility release date for Burnout Paradise, says dev

Criterion Games is indeed close to telling everyone when to expect Burnout Paradise on Xbox One.

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  • Xbox One backwards compatibility for Burnout Paradise might be a thing

    Criterion Games are discussing the possibility of bringing Burnout Paradise to Xbox One through the new backwards compatibility feature.

  • Burnout Paradise Legendary Car Collection pack is free today

    The Burnout Paradise Legendary Car Collection DLC pack is free today on Xbox 360. Criterion has made the pack free in honor of writer director, actor and all around funny guy Harold Ramis, who died this week. The Legendary Car Collection includes the Hunter Manhattan Spirit which resembles the Ecto 1 in Ghostbusters, one of […]

  • Humble EA Bundle has raised over $3 million so far

    There’s a new Humble Bundle in town, and it is sponsored by EA. But this is no THQ-esque cash grab; EA will be receiving not even a penny of the proceeds, opting instead to make this a charity drive of sorts.

  • EU PS store update, February 18 - Yakuza 3, ACII, Burnout Paradise

    So what can you expect from this week’s PS store update? The big headliner for that will be the Yakuza 3 demo.

  • Burnout Paradise Complete Edition coming to Europe "soon"

    Criterion has tweeted that the Burnout Paradise Complete Edition already out in the US, will be heading to the European PSN soon.

  • Criterion says "there will be no more" Burnout Paradise DLC

    Criterion Games has revealed through Twitter that it’s no longer going to release DLC for Burnout Paradise.

  • Un-developed Burnout Paradise DLC included moon-driving

    Criterion’s posted details of Burnout Paradise DLC that never made the cut, including driving on the moon, helicopters, time travel and planes. The fact this is being posted probably means the developer’s “year of Burnout” was well-named: and over. Need for Speed next. Hit the link for the full thing.

  • TGS 09: Microsoft demos Natal for Japanese news station

    Microsoft packed Natal up and brought it to TGS 09 to show it off. Past the break, there is a video of Microsoft director Kudo Tsunoda demoing Ricochet and Burnout Paradise for a local news show. GameSetWatch, who posted the video, says for you to make sure to at least watch the bit at 03:35 […]

  • Watch Bramwell and McDonald batter balls and race cars in Natal video

    You’ve seen Minkley destroy a PS3 demo pod as well as make off with a PS3 Slim, but to cap it off, there’s this. Watch Eurogamer editor, Tom Bramwell and VG247’s GC livetext supergirl, Keza McDonald, play both Ricochet and Burnout Paradise with Project Natal alongside creative director, Kudo Tsunoda. Through here and you’ll find your […]

  • Watch Burnout Paradise controlled by Project Natal

    Cnet‘s put live a video of a recent visit to Microsoft to go hands-on – or whatever – with Project Natal and it’s all after the jump. You see Burnout Paradise in the video as well as Ricochet in there. Kudo Tsunoda, the creative director for the motion camera, talks you through it as well. […]

  • Suda51 has played Burnout Paradise for over 700 hours

    Criterion’s Alex Ward just tweeted that Grasshopper legend Suda51 is a Burnout Paradise mentalist. “Suda51 came here for the day a few weeks ago,” said the dev boss. “He’s a hardcore Burnout fan. I checked the servers – over 700hrs play.” That’s a lot of hours. Just goes to show.

  • Be a Burnout expert, get a diamond-branded P12

    If you’re really good at Burnout Paradise – and by “really good” we mean you’re able to complete the 500 online freeburn challenges that includes everything from the original game, and the ones in the in the Cagney update, the Bikes Pack and all the challenges on Big Surf Island – you’ll be reward with […]

  • Get Burnout Paradise Legendary cars from Big Surf Island - here's how

    If you were undecided on whether or not to shell out for Burnout Paradise’s Legendary car DLC a way back, you’ll be pleased to know you can unlock Toy versions from Big Surf Island. You just have to do stuff. Like hit all 45 island billboards. Stuff like that. Full details on Joystiq.

  • Xbox Live update June 11 - CoD, Burnout, Sega Classics

    Xbox Live Marketplace’s update is pretty massive today. Some you may already know about, some you may not. Here it is anyway. Sega Genesis classics: Altered Beast, Comix Zone, Gunstar Heroes, Phantasy Star II, Shinobi, Sonic The Hedgehog 3 – 400 MS Points each ($5.00) Call of Duty: World at War: Map Pack 2 – […]

  • Big Surf Island vid shows new cars, things to do

    Criterion’s posted a long video of Burnout Paradise’s Big Surf Island, showing the nine new cars from the expansion as well as a good look at the island itself. You get an island-specific license, don’t you know. Hit the link. Mind you don’t trip over the “wows”. The large piece of DLC hits the game […]

  • Burnout Paradise Big Surf Island trailer confirms June 11 release

    Criterion just released a trailer for Burnout Paradise DLC Big Surf Island – get it here. It’s out on June 11, so it says, and includes the game’s biggest ever jumps. As with everything else Burnout Paradise, it looks pretty much awesome. See for yourself.

  • Trophies listed for Burnout Paradise's premium DLC Big Surf Island

    Criterion’s Burnout Paradise premium DLC Big Surf Island will not only have 15 events and 10 online freeburn challenges but 45 Billboards hidden on the island and, of course, Trophies. One achievement of note involves getting 4.5 seconds of air time in a single jump. We won’t tell you the rest because it might spoil […]

  • Criterion "would be a great team to work with" on Need for Speed

    Need for Speed: Shift producer Jesse Abney would like to work with Criterion on Need for Speed projects. “You know, Criterion’s got a great heritage in racing games, and I think they would be a great team to work with on that stuff, certainly from a personal opinion,” he said, talking in London last week. […]

  • Burnout Cops and Robbers DLC to cost $10

    Criterion’s confirmed that Burnout Paradise’s Cops and Robbers DLC will cost $10 on PS3 or 800 MS Points on 360. It’s out this week, so get ready to do some spending. It’s your duty to buy it, remember. Thanks, Joystiq.

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