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



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

Well I think it's bound to happen the moment Nintendo signs that Origin deal with EA.

Yes, very likely.



mZuzek said:
quickrick said:

Well I think it's bound to happen the moment Nintendo signs that Origin deal with EA.

Yes, very likely.

what deal? I think if any deal happens, the remaster will be ported, EA is not gonna make any exclusive switch games unless it's something like 1-2 switch, something very small budget with gimmicks. although like i said before, i think this remaster will be announced for switch later, or EA just doesn't want to support switch properly.



Barozi said:
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.

 

This. They should have just remade Burnout Takedown from ground up. There are so two key elements missing in Paradise that make it an incomplete Burnout game:

 

1) lack of a proper crash mode

2) proper purpose designed race tracks

 

The openworld made it the worst possible Burnout game for me. The fun factor of driving and battling was gone as the focus shifted to remembering where you area and to make you stay on the correct route .



Whoever said life to be like a box of chocolates clearly didn't know what he was talking about. 

Life is more like a game of bumper cars. At every turn there is a possibility you will get screwed.

I really enjoyed this back on the PS3, can't believe it's ten years ago now! I never had any of the DLC though, so if the price is right I'll definitely be picking this up... hopefully it'll lead to a new Burnout game being made :o



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Lack of a Switch version is disappointing. Even more disappointing seeing as FIFA has performed ok on Switch for EA. Looks like Nintendo are going to have another EA free system.



No worries, the Switch will love on without Burnout.



                                       

zippy said:
Lack of a Switch version is disappointing. Even more disappointing seeing as FIFA has performed ok on Switch for EA. Looks like Nintendo are going to have another EA free system.

After Mass effect, need for speed and star wars is that really such a bad thing?



I loved this game. Played it a fair amount on PS3. It's EA though, so I won't buy it.


 

 

 

 

 



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collint0101 said:
zippy said:
Lack of a Switch version is disappointing. Even more disappointing seeing as FIFA has performed ok on Switch for EA. Looks like Nintendo are going to have another EA free system.

After Mass effect, need for speed and star wars is that really such a bad thing?

When it's Burnout Paradise yes. Couldn't they have just released that then given up on the system 😀