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Burnout Legends - Sony PSP

Platform : Sony PSP
92 customer reviews
Metascore: 86 / 100

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  • Choose a whip for racing & modding - from European exotics to American muscle cars
  • Test your skills on new racing conditions and environments, as you race different tracks across continents
  • Spectacular crash technology recreates high speed crashes with extreme detail -- you'll even be rewarded for creating massive pileups
  • 8 dangerous gameplay modes, including crash, road rage and pursuit
  • White-knuckle multiplayer racing action via WiFi
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Platform: Sony PSP

Re-release of eas 1995 title

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Platform: Sony PSP
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  • ASIN: B0009VRSS2
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 4.2 x 0.5 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 22, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,395 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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63 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Aaron L. Shaw on November 9, 2005
Platform for Display: Sony PSP
Great Great Game! So, here is a different take on reviewing this game. I know everyone else loves the racing of the Burnout series, and surely this is some of the best racing on any platform. However, for me, the absolute best thing about the Burnout series is the crash mode. INCREDIBLE! It is hard to put into words why it is so much fun to drive as fast as you possibly can into a crowded intersection to see just how much monetary destruction you can cause. It's like primordial fun. Your inner beast gets to come out in the form of plowing through semi trucks cars and minivans. Plus, every time you complete a crash intersection, you unlock another. Each crash is different, each intersection is different. Eventually you'll get to harder to crash intersections and the crash mode becomes somewhat of an addicting puzzler, trying to figure out how to get the gold. Each crash intersection takes about 1 minute to complete lending this mode of the game to the perfect portable title.

Bottom Line: Is it fun? Yes. If you like completely destroying cars and you don't mind using a little brainpower to do it, or if you just want the best racer anywhere, get this game. Will I keep it? It can be played forever. Is it for kids? Extremely violent car crashes with no people involved. My kids can't get enough of it.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Alex on January 4, 2006
Platform for Display: Sony PSP
The Burnout series has been on my list of greatest racing games since Burnout 1, which was a super sleeper hit. Although Burnout was lacking in a lot of things, it had potential. I didn't think a second game would EVER come out, but to my suprise one DID come out. Burnout 2: Point of Impact ( My favorite Burnout game besides Burnout Legends PSP ) That game got a lot of praise, and soon enough, Burnout Takedown came out, and just recently, Burnout Revenge. However, Burnout Legends is a handheld exclusive ( PSP and DS only, but the DS version really stinks. )

Graphics: 8.5/10. Probably the low point of the game. This may be confusing; but Burnout Legends in my opinion is THE BEST looking PSP game available, but I give it an 8.5 simply because of glitches. If you are riding up against a wall or something, you can see through them and stuff, just like if you take someone out against a barrier or a wall, their car will often fall through a glitch. It isn't a bad thing really, it just kinda shows a car falling through blue sky. Moving on!

Sound: 9.5/10. At first the soundtrack I thought was horrible except for Goldfinger's song "I Want", but that isn't really true. After listening to the songs over and over again, i found myself singing some of the songs at home (D'oh.) The soundtrack is all new songs that weren't on any other Burnout. Besides the music, all the other sounds are in there, they are pretty much exactly the same as the console versions, they sound very good.

Control: 9/10. Can it get too much easier? In standard driving mode, X to drive, D-Pad or Analog nub to manuever, square to brake, and R to turbo; that's pretty much it. It's very simple, although the game isn't simple.

Fun: 9.5/10.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By DT TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 15, 2005
Platform for Display: Sony PSP
This is truly a fun game... especially if you like to run into other cars and make them crash and burn. For Burnout 3 fans, this game will not disappoint you. It has the best features from the other previous burnout games... like pursuit mode where you get to be a cop car and run down other cars. I also own wipeout, and ridge racer and I have to say that this game is a step up from those games in terms of fun gameplay.

Tips: The game will ask you to upgrade your firmware to version 1.52 before you can play it, this was a big turn off for me. If you don't want to upgrade, there ARE alternatives available on the web that allow you to play this game without upgrading firmware, so don't worry. Search the psp websites out there before you upgrade.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By C. Bakehorn on December 17, 2005
Platform for Display: Sony PSP
Electronic Arts and Criterion have made the Burnout series the most successful and exciting racing video game series to date. Now a yearly franchise (or so it seems), Criterion dropped the bomb on the home consoles this September when they released Burnout Revenge. They also released a PlayStation Portable Burnout, titled Burnout Legends, which is one of the best PSP games to date. With all of the hard-hitting crashes and the same blazing speed of the console games, Burnout Legends holds true to its legacy and delivers in every way.

Burnout Legends takes bits and pieces of Burnout, Burnout 2, and Burnout 3: Takedown and optimizes the experience for the PSP. You'll instantly recognize some courses, cars, and Crash Junctions if you've played any of these three games. This means that there hasn't been much new stuff added to the mix, but what is crunched up into this UMD is impressive. There are eight gameplay modes, including Ad Hoc WiFi multiplayer, and the single player World Tour mode has over 170 events on its own as well as the usual 100 Crash Junctions. It would be safe to say that Burnout Legends will take players as long to complete as Burnout Revenge would on a home console.

After four or five years of high-speed crashes, I'm surprised that EA has managed to keep this franchise fresh and entertaining but somehow they surpass themselves every year with something new. In this year's revenge, you have the ability to ram pedestrian cars around and potentially cause crashes this way. Unfortunately, Burnout Revenge's newest feature is exempt from Legends. This means that Legends plays in almost every way like Burnout 3: Takedown, which isn't a bad thing at all, it just means that Takedown veterans won't find anything new to try.
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