Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Burnout Dominator



Burnout Dominator is a video game in the Burnout series. It was announced on December 5, 2006, only to be released for the PlayStation 2 and the PlayStation Portable. The game retains the core gameplay of the series, as players will race at top speeds through dozens of World Tour events testing "reckless skill-based" driving techniques. Currently, there are no plans for the versions for each platform to interact with each other.It is also the only Burnout game that was not developed by Criterion, and the first Burnout game in the series since Burnout 2 to not feature the Crash mode. At the time Dominator was being made, Criterion was busy working on Burnout Paradise and was wanting the reintroduce the mode in Burnout Paradise, after having it take a break in Dominator. Dominator is the first game in the series to include the metric system.

GamePlay

The main focus in Burnout Dominator is the return of Burnouts. Burnouts are the result of draining a complete boost meter without stopping. The boost meter in Burnout Dominator is primarily orange flames prior to a full boost meter, in which it turns into blue flames on full (known as Supercharge Boost). Driving dangerously whilst using supercharge boost will light up the arrows on the boost meter, and when they are all lit, you can obtain another Burnout when you completely drain the boost bar. The process can be continually repeated and is known as a Burnout Chain. Prior to Burnout Dominator, Burnouts were last seen in Burnout 2: Point of Impact.

Features removed from the previous game (Burnout Revenge) include Traffic Checking (the ability to ram into small traffic going in the same direction as you) and the game mode Traffic Attack, Crash Mode (a puzzle-orientated mode, in which your vehicle is driven into a junction full of traffic with the aim to cause the biggest amount of damage/money for damages possible), and Online Multiplayer.

The main single player mode known as the World Tour is split into 7 different series, based on the different classes of car that are in the game. The series are Classic, Factory, Tuned, Hot Rod, Super, Race Specials and Dominator.

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