While we didn't get a chance to get hands on here at X3F, you're welcome to check out Joystiq's outlook on Burnout Paradise. In the meantime though, we have a bunch of video from GameTrailers. The first of which is a gameplay trailer that shows what some readers complained that the teaser lack...

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July 15, 2007 at 7:15PM
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Electronic Arts released a slew of screenshots for Burnout Paradise after the Press Conference earlier today. Shots show off an exotic and muscle car racing through the streets of Paradise City. Joystiq has some impressions up, though the only version showing at E3 is the PS3 version. Either way, ...

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The beautiful, serene, and surprisingly crashless teaser trailer for Burnout Paradise is now available in glorious High Definition on Xbox Live Marketplace. While some of you readers complained that the lack of destruction didn't really do anything for you, the focal point was the city that will b...

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Criterion announced today that the tentatively titled Burnout 5 is now officially called Burnout Paradise. To commemorate the occasion, they've also released a handful of new screenshots and a sexy teaser trailer. Burnout Paradise is supposed to mix up the Burnout experience by providing a kind of f...

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Burnout has always been paradise for degenerates like Rosanna Arquette, but EA has announced that the next iteration of the series will draw the rest of us into her and Elias Koteas' sick game, as Burnout 5 becomes Burnout Paradise. Besides the assertion that the game "proves that crashing is aw...

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Over a dozen Burnout 5 screens hit the internet recently. The screens were evidently part of an exclusive preview. We looked around and found a Burnout 5 preview posted at GamePro.com. At least, the preview used to be there. It has since been pulled at the request of Electronic Arts. Still, the scr...

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Well, this involved a little more detective work on the part of bloggers than normally expected. Some images of Burnout 5 were posted up on GamePRO's website, but were quickly removed. That aside, all we know about the game is that it's going to incorporate the HD EyeToy somehow and be a much more o...

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Computer and Video Games has an extremely short story (more like a haiku, really) in which Criterion's Alex Ward hints at digital camera support for both the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of Burnout 5. Our first thought upon reading this was, "Why does this game need camera support?" Is there going to b...

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There hasn't been a great deal of information surrounding the next installment of the Burnout series, so far referred to only as Burnout 5. As such, we feel it our responsibility to inform our readers of even the tiniest bit of Burnout related news. Today's bit of news is actually fairly exciting, ...

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So... there have been four other Burnout games? Really? Geez, must've missed the boat on that one. Perhaps they jumped consoles every other time or something, but I really don't recall four other of these games -- maybe two. Anyway, some new info has surfaced about the fifth title in the Burnout ser...

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1UP recently posted this Burnout 5 image along with a lengthy preview (originally published in OPM). Clearly, we seen pedestrians strolling the sidewalk. So what's the explanation? Our gut tells us there won't be people in Burnout 5. 1UP's accompanying preview seems to agree, quoting audio director...

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New buzzword: verisimilitude. It's the term Criterion front man Alex Ward borrows from the director of the recent Superman flick; it's the term that defines the focus of Burnout 5's crashes. That is to say, "[if] you don't believe the crash is real, then it's not going to frighten you," Ward recentl...

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With EA's overwhelming fondness of pumping out game after game in successful franchises, it should come as a shock to no one that Burnout 5 has just been announced to come to the 360 and PlayStation 3 in 2007. This time, however, it seems that Burnout will not rest on its laurels and is getting som...

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