"Oh, here we go"
You might recall a story during the Wii U generation about how the British-based developer Criterion Games - best known for its work on the Burnout and Need for Speed series over the years - was supposedly asked to work on Nintendo's futuristic racing game
A short time ago, tongues were set wagging by the rumour that Burnout Paradise was getting remastered and would - apparently - be coming to Switch. EA confirmed one part of that rumour yesterday with the announcement of Burnout Paradise Remastered on PS4 and Xbox One, but there's currently no sign of a Nintendo version - and the publisher...
Could we see it confirmed at the next Nintendo Direct?
Following speculation that it would be remastering one of the best open-world driving games ever made, EA has confirmed that Burnout Paradise HD Remaster (that's a tentative title currently) will hit PlayStation 4 in Japan on March 16th, costing 4,104 Yen. Given the Xbox One's dire...
Following in the tracks of a retail listing in the same region
Classic open world racing title Burnout Paradise has apparently received a classification rating for Switch in Brazil. The listing - which has since been removed - also mentions possible Xbox One and PS4 editions, which would hint at a forthcoming remaster project. The game originally...
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