We’ve had Burnout Paradise Remastered for a few months now, sure, but now you can play the best iteration of crash mode on current-generation hardware.
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Burnout Paradise is the only thing you’re getting from Criterion’s back catalogue, it seems.
The moment was inevitable: EA have quietly announced a new batch of online server shut-downs – and this time around they include games which had a paid Online Pass.
Microsoft has added Burnout Revenge, NFS ProStreet and FIFA 09 to the Games on Demand service for Xbox 360.Each will run you $19.99.Head on over to Major Nelson to get pricing for your specific region.
Microsoft is going to put live some brand new games for Games on Demand on Tuesday: Burnout Revenge and Need for Speed: CarbonNo prices yet, but you can bet they’ll be expensive as fuck.Lego: Star Wars has been added to the Australian GoD as well.Thanks, Kotaku.
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