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Since Criterion added the Takedown in Burnout 3 and made racing cars at ridiculous speeds through crowded streets not just intense, but refreshingly aggressive, the series has played it fairly safe with the basic formula, only adding a few new tweaks in Burnout Revenge. But with Burnout Paradise, they've changed everything, setting the game in an open world. And it works beautifully. It's a big change, and at first, it feels disconcerting. Instead of racing through confined, navigable courses, m...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
Metal Gear Solid 4, the latest, and perhaps final, chapter in director Hideo Kojima's storied series, has been saddled with impossible expectations, tasked with closing out every aspect the labyrinthine mythology of its predecessors. The franchise has become known for two distinct things; a complex story, grounded in contemporary politics and current themes, and open-ended stealth gameplay. Metal Gear Solid 4 pushes each of these to the limit, and despite the lengthy, meandering cutscenes, solo ...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.