Gone are the days of the indestructible cars. In Burnout Revenge you can race faster than reasonably safe, and then crash spectacularly into a busy intersection. The game starts out with relatively easy races, but as you progress, you'll need to memorize the maps to pick out all the short-cuts in order to win the races.
Crash mode is probably still my favorite mode. Speed headlong into a busy intersection and get rewarded for the amount of damage you do. You quickly learn to pick off the Buses and Semi's as they give the most damage points.
The single player is fun, but the real fun comes when you play online with your friends. It's a huge feeling of satisfaction to put your buddy into the wall and watch their explode into a fiery wreck.
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Burnout Revenge lets gamers rip through rush hour traffic and lay waste to scores of rubbernecking roadhogs in an over-the-top scene of vehicular mayhem. The game is currently in development by Criterion Games for the Xbox video game system from Microsoft and PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system.