Forums - Gaming Discussion - Burnout Paradise Remaster confirmed, out March 16th.

Kerotan said:
Chazore said:
I've already got it on Steam/Origin, but I've had to tweak it a bit to get it running nice. That said, there is a PC version "coming soon" (They were too lazy to toss that into the trailer for some reason), and I think I'll wait for that, since it'll include all the DLC and I won't have to tweak it.

I doubt they were too lazy. I'd say they made a decision to exclude it for whatever reason.

 

Anyway great news  Me and my buddies will pick this up when it's 10 euro in a psn sale. 

Oh I agree completely.Making a version more obscure to the public is surely an excellent tactic that is bound to bring millions of sales to the PC version.

You are a genius. 

Last edited by Nautilus - on 20 February 2018

My (locked) thread about how difficulty should be a decision for the developers, not the gamers.

https://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=241866&page=1

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m0ney said:

I am racing fan but this game did nothing for me, it doesn't have normal tracks but open city with arrows so you watch the arrows all the time instead of the track but you often make the wrong turns anyway, don't know why this game gets so much love.

Same here, I think it's trash.

You have to know the city by heart, otherwise you will make a wrong turn and all the other AI opponents (who of course know how to get to the finish line) will be far far away. Good luck building up your boost without them to get some speed to catch up.
Also pausing and looking at the map screen to look where the fuck you need to go will break your boost chain. Brilliant idea.



and yet again, EA decided to not support the switch. a game that old would work perfectly fine on the switch, the install base is now big enough to justify putting game on the switch froim a business stand point, and it would have been a very much needed game on the switch giving an alternative to mariokart if you want to play a racing game on the switch. i'm sure it would have sell very well.



Nautilus said:
Kerotan said:

I doubt they were too lazy. I'd say they made a decision to exclude it for whatever reason.

 

Anyway great news  Me and my buddies will pick this up when it's 10 euro in a psn sale. 

Oh I agree completely.Making a version more obscure to the public is surely and excellent tactic that is bound to bring millions of sale to the PC version.

You are a genious. 

What makes it more genius, is how it's going to be Origin based, so EA are trying to let their own userbase know next to nothing by not telling them a thing (except leaving a tiny blurb in a video description section). 



                                       

Chazore said:
Nautilus said:

Oh I agree completely.Making a version more obscure to the public is surely and excellent tactic that is bound to bring millions of sale to the PC version.

You are a genious. 

What makes it more genius, is how it's going to be Origin based, so EA are trying to let their own userbase know next to nothing by not telling them a thing (except leaving a tiny blurb in a video description section). 

Certainly, a groundbreaking move.



My (locked) thread about how difficulty should be a decision for the developers, not the gamers.

https://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=241866&page=1

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strange, this would be a perfect fir for switch hardware, i guess EA thinks supporting switch is not worth it, or this game will get announced for it later.



m0ney said:

I am racing fan but this game did nothing for me, it doesn't have normal tracks but open city with arrows so you watch the arrows all the time instead of the track but you often make the wrong turns anyway, don't know why this game gets so much love.



deskpro2k3 said:

I was gonna ask where's the logic in that, but then I remembered it's EA.



I think EA will make an exclusive need for speed for the switch that's why paradise isn't coming to the switch