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Arcade racers on consoles have often been a tough sell, as what makes them a success in the arcade doesn't directly translate to success on a console.
Burnout 2: Point of Impact
The game starts out with a mandatory but brief training mode that demonstrates and instructs you on the finer points of steering, power sliding, and navigating oncoming traffic to optimize your turbo boost.
Burnout 3: Takedown
It's hard to drive through an intersection without thinking to myself, 'Gee, this would make a great crash junction.' Fortunately, I've never acted on this impulse, but I haven't needed to.
Burnout: Championship Drag Racing
Bethesda brings to vivid life all the fun and action of racing in a straight line. On top of that, they add the potential for endless fiddling and customization.
The first thing I'm happy to report on is the crash mode. In Burnout 3, Crash mode was crippled, having been turned into a powerup hunt.