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Xbox 360 and PS3 get special editions as Burnout Paradise debuts on PC

by Steven Williamson on 4 November 2008, 09:09

Tags: Burnout Paradise, Electronic Arts (NASDAQ:EA), PC, Xbox 360, PS3, Racing

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A special edition of Criterion Games' Burnout series will be released early next year and will include the original Burnout Paradise game and all of the previously released content updates.

Burnout Paradise The Ultimate Box, will include Burnout Paradise game plus the previously-released Burnout Paradise Cagney and Burnout Paradise Bikes content updates, and the brand new Burnout Paradise Party content. Burnout Paradise Party is an offline multiplayer mode designed to allow up to eight friends to “pass-the-pad” in dozens of Burnout challenges. For players that already own Burnout Paradise, Burnout Paradise Party will be sold separately as downloadable content.

Burnout Paradise Party brings the social fun of Burnout Paradise into an offline environment where friends can pass the pad to play competitively. There are dozens of quick-fire, turn-based challenges where players compete in different stunt, speed and skill events. In addition to Burnout Paradise Party,

Burnout Paradise The Ultimate Box will include a host of new features including a restart option added for racing, easier control of the early vehicles, and for the PS3 the new Burnout Paradise Network. Burnout Paradise Network is another Burnout Paradise social innovation that enables players to keep track of friends and keep up with all the latest Burnout news from either inside or outside the game.

Burnout Paradise The Ultimate Box will be available in February 2009 on the PS3, Xbox 360 and marks the debut of the game on PC.

Check out the Burnout Paradise review.


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Burnout Paradise Party will be on display and available for free play at EA’s booth during the London Games Festival in Trafalgar Square from Oct 31 – Nov 1, 2008.

Not one to be picky but since its the 4th today maybe not that important a thing to know about?
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Not one to be picky but since its the 4th today maybe not that important a thing to know about?

You mean you don't have a time travel machine?
Pc version has super high resolutions