Burnout Legends - Sony PSP
- 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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Burnout: Legends takes the most explosive moments of the popular Burnout series of racing games, mashes themtogether and adds some new surprises -- giving you the best racing experience to come out for the PSP. Use your car as a weapon and battle your way to the front of the pack - by taking out rivals and instigating spectacular crashes. Speed, depth and destruction are waiting for you, in the game of on-the-go automotive anarchy.
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I'd like to feel more of a difference when I'm switching between cars. I feel like Burnout Revenge (PS2) was very good at this, but Burnout Legends gave me no incentive to drive the other cars I unlocked.
I had issues with camera point-of-view in Crash mode. More often than not, the camera angle would shift to a perspective that gave me absolutely no help for aftertouch and no visibility of other crashes. Watching the other crashes is half of the fun!
When the camera was helpful, getting gold medals in crash mode was far too easy. Sometimes, I would get gold medals when my car didn't even touch the others!
Overall, it's a good way to kill an hour or two, but it was a disappointment to me as a major fan of the depth of the games on PS2.