Dangerous Driving is like mini bikes experienced by the oldest of us. It's not super pretty, it's very simple and we still have nice moments with it. By cons, you don't want that friends see you with it. We can forgive his wanderings when we know that it is developed "in a garage" with very limited funds. But in this case, he must not claim such prestigious legacies as Burnout, for which we are still waiting for a successor to the excellent "Paradise" episode.
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Dangerous Driving does a nice job to truly give that franchise a spiritual successor, and a game for all of the Burnout fans out there to enjoy.
Dangerous Driving is just alright, it feels aged and it really wasn't anything too exciting to play.
Dangerous Driving aims to be a clone of a classic yet sorely outdated driving franchise, and it succeeds in that mission to an extent. PS2-era design methodology is present throughout, and adrenaline thrills take centre stage over fluid design, creativity or accessibility.
From much of the creative talent behind the revered Burnout series, does Dangerous Driving rekindle its rambunctious racing?
Dangerous Driving is, at best, a rough early prototype of a proper Burnout successor. The basic mechanics and sense of speed are there, but they're badly undermined by bland track design, infuriating AI, a lack of features, and a host of other issues. Those feeling nostalgic for Burnout would be best served taking the classics out for another spin, rather than taking a chance on this lemon.
Dangerous Driving taps into fans' nostalgia for the Burnout series, but fails to maximise that potential.
Though it's abundant in hyper-realistic visuals, that isn't enough to disguise its lack of polish in almost every other way.
Dangerous Driving isn’t the Burnout game that many of us have been waiting for sadly.
Fast, crazy and fun are the three words to describe the newest Three Fields Entertainment game, which is in many ways similar to the legendary Burnout series. Although, there are quite a few flaws here and there, such as poor graphics and UI design and you've only 6 cars to compete against your rivals, but the overall experience is one hell of a fun.
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