Burnout Crash! iOS Review

The side scrolling urban art style of the menu is amazing.

Real Talk By: EC

The Burnout series has always been beloved as a fast paced racing sim, with its slick graphics and different game modes, that allow you to either destroy opponents or leave them in your dust, but EA has stepped away from the adrenaline filled lanes of the burnout universe and has re-imagined the game for the Xbox 360, Playstation 3, as well as the iOS.

Mutually Assured Destruction Like a Boss!

Burnout Crash! Is a crazy semi-child friendly spin-off to the main Burnout series. The entire game is played from an overhead view of the town, road, construction site, or whatever area they put you in. The main goal in each game mode doesn’t seem to change too much, you basically drive straight into a busy intersection and cause as much chaos and destruction as possible, and to help you reach this goal the game gives you one of the most cherished game play elements from the Burnout series…Crashbreaker!
After a certain amount of damage has been caused to the unsuspecting drivers and home owners, you can activate the Crashbreaker to cause an explosion that sets houses on fire, and destroys all vehicles in your immediate vicinity. The amount of damage you cause from just bumping into a few cars and houses will give you another Crashbreaker within seconds, thus bringing your score to new heights as you wreak havoc on that..intersection.

Senseless Violence, Pizza, and Gambling…
What more could you want?

Burnout Crash! Definitely has a pick up and play feel to it. You can kill five minutes and countless home owners with ease, while simultaneously setting a pizza van on fire.

Burnout Crash iOS Gets


Out of five

What’s Legit?

-Burnout stays true to its chaotic atmosphere

-The urge to burn down houses

-Easy Controls

-Sometimes you lose track of what’s happening  in all the chaos

What’s Perpetrating?

-The Announcer gets annoying sometime

-Sometimes you lose track of what’s going on

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