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  • Blog Post: Criterion Working On Burnout Paradise Backwards Compatibility On Xbox One

    Developer Criterion has tweeted that it's talking with Microsoft about bringing Xbox 360's Burnout Paradise to the Xbox One via the system's backwards compatibility. At E3 , Microsoft stunned viewers by announcing that the Xbox One could do backwards compatibility for selected Xbox 360 titles... More
  • Blog Post: Criterion Offering Burnout Paradise Legendary Cars Free In Harold Ramis’ Memory

    This week we mourn the death of writer, actor, and director Harold Ramis. In memory of the man that many will remember as Ghostbuster Egon Spengler, Criterion Games is making the legendary cars for Burnout Paradise free today. “Harold Ramis was a comedy genius,” the company said via Twitter... More
  • Blog Post: Criterion's Next Title Will Not Be A Racing Game

    Those hoping for another trip to Paradise City are in for some disappointment. Brilliant arcade-style racing developer Criterion's next title will not be in the Burnout or Need for Speed franchises. In fact, it won't be a racing game at all. Today, the studio's creative director, Alex Ward... More
  • Blog Post: Crash Mode Kept Out Of Burnout Paradise Because Of New Downloadable Game

    While I adored Criterion's 2008 open-world racer, Burnout Paradise, I was among the many Burnout fans wondering why the developer made the baffling choice to ditch the series' beloved Crash mode. Last week's newly-announced Burnout Crash downloadable game is apparently the answer to that... More
  • Blog Post: RIP Burnout Paradise DLC 2008-2009

    Criterion Games has officially ended its DLC support for Burnout Paradise after an astonishing amount of post-release support. The word came from the company’s official Twitter feed . “Please stop asking us for Burnout Paradise DLC. There will be no more! Sorry everyone! But we did WAY more... More
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