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|Dangerous Driving Review | TheXboxHub|
Added: 15.04.2019 11:06 | 1 views | 0 comments
Neil writes: "It is this game which has players across the globe chomping at the bit, as they look for a new arcade racer that can manage to deliver the same experience as that found across the entirety of the legendary Burnout franchise. Unfortunately, as much as I and many others would like it to be, this is no Burnout beater. In fact, its nowhere near."
|Dangerous Driving Interview: Alex Ward On Burnout, Car Tuning, Dangerous Driving 2 & More|
Added: 13.04.2019 17:07 | 3 views | 0 comments
From PSU: "With Dangerous Driving now on the shelves and doing a commendable job of cementing itself as a true spiritual successor to the Burnout titles of old, we were fortunate enough to have a chinwag with Alex Ward, one of the founders of both new developer Three Fields Entertainment, and also Criterion Games from back in the day."
|Dangerous Driving Runs At 30FPS On Base PS4 & Xbox One Hardware - Here's Why|
Added: 12.04.2019 17:06 | 2 views | 0 comments
From PSU: "One of the things that contributes to the frenetic sensation of the classic Burnout games is the liquid smooth framerate. Running at a resolute 60 frames per second, the Burnout games of old were renowned for their ultra-responsive play and when Burnout Paradise: Remastered was released on PS4 last year, it too also boasted a similarly, liquid smooth framerate."
|Dangerous Driving - Launch Trailer|
Added: 09.04.2019 14:44 | 2 views | 0 comments
The game is out now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
|Dangerous Driving Is Now Available For Xbox One|
Added: 09.04.2019 4:57 | 3 views | 0 comments
Product Info: Developer: Three Fields Entertainment Publisher: Three Fields Entertainment Website: Dangerous Driving Twitter: @3FieldsEnt / @ArcadeDriving
|Dangerous Driving Review - IGN|
Added: 08.04.2019 17:07 | 2 views | 0 comments
Ryan McCaffrey: "As a long-time Burnout devotee, Im very glad Dangerous Driving got made. It is a wonderful complement to Danger Zone 2; together, they are basically Burnout 6 and the world is better off for it. That said, a drawn-out campaign and less-fun secondary events create a little too much drag on its standalone fun.
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