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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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