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Burnout 2: Point of Impact

Platform : Xbox
Rated: Everyone
4.5 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews
Metascore: 88 / 100
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  • Get behind the wheel of 14 all-new vehicles, as you race in 30 new stages from Miami to the Rockies
  • Unlock secret racers like 1950's hot rods, police cars and stock cars as you race in all-new game modes
  • Check out the new point-to-point races, and Pursuit races where ramming other cars off the road ensures victory
  • Go to Burnout Driving School, where you'll learn Offensive Driving 101
  • The new points-based gameplay structure challenges to get ahead by getting points -- that means pulling off crazy stunts and jumps
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In Burnout 2: Point of Impact takes you into the world of fast racing, where tenths of a second can be the differences between life & death! All this plus the realistic crashes that made the first Burnout such a hit!

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The winner of GameSpot and IGN's racing game of the year award for the previously released PlayStation2 computer entertainment system version, Burnout 2: Point of Impact builds upon this strong speed-driven franchise with improved gameplay, new game options and bigger, better and more insane crashes. Burnout 2: Point of Impact is infused with a wealth of new features and improvements, including bigger tracks, fully tuned-up custom motors, secret challenges, all-new modes of play, and an improved Burnout meter. Players can test their nerves and skills by taking to the air, sliding through corners, and swerving to avoid head-on collisions, while filling their meter to unleash a burst of speed previously exclusive to airplanes.

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ASIN B00008RUYR
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4.5 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews

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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches
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By Scott Canoni on May 23, 2003
Those of you that enjoyed the first Burnout, will absolutely LOVE the sequel. The number of improvements are mind blowing. Here is what I loved:
1. Crashes are so real that you'll be jumping and screaming with amazement from your seat.
2. XBox Live support for your high scores, biggest crashes, longest drift, best times, biggest air, etc. You can even easily compare your scores with your friend's scores.
3. Pursuit mode - You choose the cop car and the getaway car. Also available in exciting multiplayer mode.
4. The physics are 1000% better than the first Burnout. You can actually leave the roadway, flipping and spinning in the air with parts flying everywhere.
5. Not only does the built in soundtrack change while you're driving, but this also happens to your custom soundtracks.
6. TONS of races and it seems like thousands of miles of road.
7. The cars are much more detailed with life like deformations, plenty of more colors and custom series skins.
You've never experienced a full 160 mph power slide across 6 lanes of oncoming traffic until you've played Burnout 2. Buy it, don't rent it. You won't be disappointed.
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By A Customer on October 26, 2003
Are you sick and tired of unforgiving racing games where its you against the turns? Well, then buy this game. The learning curve is really small, you'll get the controls by the first race and master them at the fifth or sixth race. The AI is great, they don't use preset racing lines, they swerve. In Project Gotham Racing, the AI seemed like it drove on a preset line. Well, in Burnout 2, the AI is no slouch. He'll capitalize on mistakes and will fall behind if you force him into traffic.
Another great reason to buy this game is in its title, impact. Each and every crash is shown in its full glory. The crash mode even encourages the chaos and destruction of speeding through an intersection. You and your friends will die from laughter after flipping over busses and making tractor trailers jacknife.
Basically, if you want realism buy Project Gotham. If you want a fun racing game and a good time buy this. You WON'T be dissapointed.
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Burnout 2 is supreme. It is easy enough for a complete novice to have a laugh at, and cause the most extreme petrolhead to be completely at one.

First off, this game is greater than the plasticy-happy-go- lucky-novice-only-game that succeeded it, burnout 3. And from a day of playing the fourth installment, better than that too. Outrageous?

No, here's why:

This game lets you CHAIN burnouts. Unlike 3 and 4, it rewards people who think it is more skilful to EVADE oncoming traffic, rather than hit it and score points. Burnout 4 lets you smash cars travelling the same way as you, where the hell is the skill in that? Yes, 99% of the population think crashing is the best part of burnout, but I personally think it is far more intoxicating to swerve left and right of the traffic than just to plow into it?

I realise that you do still race in 3 and 4, but the whole experience is trying to get you to crash. You can even use a crashbreaker during a race in burnout 4! Sorry, but getting 200 plus burnouts on bug surf shores is the greatest, you know it's hard, you're satisfied when you get a gargantuan chain, you know it's the best. Crashing is for whimps. If you love speed, style, and consider yourself to be skilful at racing games, then purchase this beauty. It is probably the last burnout of it's type.

(Unless criterion tell EA to shove it and make burnout 5 for the 360 how they made burnout 2 for the xbox).
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Burnout 2: Point of Impact, is one wicked racing game. You race through on-coming traffic and try to reach the finish line, in the best time possible. You get rewarded points and increase your booster meter everytime your vehicle comes close to colliding with other cars but misses. When your booster meter fills up, you will be able to run faster with a speed burst (into traffic)which is a lot of fun! You can play Career mode where you race against computer oppenents or "crash" mode. In crash mode your objective is obviously to crash into other cars and cause the most damage possible to the most cars. You will be rewarded for causing lots of liability! Yep, a game that rewards you for crashing and causing pile ups! Car model damage and physics look very realistic. You see cars sliding, flipping over, smashing into one another, chunks from metal, and shattered glass from the windshields. The action during the crashes goes into super slow motion, and switches to many camera angles, making the crashes look very dramatic and devestating. Burnout is a different type of racer indeed!
Pros:
+excellent graphics
+excellent animation
+excellent controls
+excellent tutorial
+realistic damage model
+good music
+good sound effects
+lots of race tracks
+lots of cars
+watch replays in slow motion
+adrenaline inducing
Cons:
-you can't save replay
-limited camara adjustment
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By A Customer on June 24, 2003
Is this the most realistic racing game? No. There are others which have more true-to-life driving physics. But those games aren't as immediately fun and absorbing as Burnout 2.
This is a game that lets you immerse yourself immediately in having fun. You know you're in for it when the first few "missions" are basically tutorials for driving on the wrong side of the road, passing cars as closely as possible, learning to skid while turning, etc.
I found myself laughing out loud when, during competitive racing, I crashed, causing many surrounding drivers to crash as well in a chain reaction of squealing tires and blaring horns. The game handles crashes in a wonderfully entertaining way...you realize that any of these crashes in real life would cost the life of not only the driver, but several other drivers as well... but it's ONLY A GAME! In fact, the game developers created a special offshoot of the main competitive racing game called "crash mode". You actually are encouraged to cause crashes that cause the most damage! I acknowledge that this sounds really really sick. It's really really fun. It IS a GAME, after all.
Low learning curve. High fun factor. Buy and enjoy.
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