- Summary: Inflict carnage and destruction as you tear through the best from the Burnout series made exclusively for handheld gaming. Race the legends, take on an Eliminator Challenge, or track down offenders in your high-performance cop car to unlock classic and new Burnout vehicles. Then go head-to-head in Wi-Fi multiplayer races to capture your friends' cars. Lay down the law in Pursuit mode or crash your way through a world tour and then share the explosive race action over Wi-Fi. Burnout Legends is a license to unleash adrenaline-fuelled mayhem anywhere you want. [Electronic Arts]… Expand
NickJ.10I say 10 out of 10 because its definately the best DS game your going to find out there, i've read many reviews about "Oh its horrid the graphics arent good" or "I hate this, the crashes arent realistic" hello! wake up its the DS its not going to have PSP or Xbox graphics. this is the best racer on the DS by far. But it does let me down a little when you blow up, you turn black and polygon shrapnel just flies out. other than that, it is a must have.… Expand
PinkFloyd8Don't know what everyone is complaining about. I think this game is great. The car controls LIKE A CAR, i.e. one flick of the controller will not make it swerve all the way in that direction like Need for Speed: Underground. There is a 'dead zone' like there should be. Graphics are not like the PS2, but why would anybody expect that from the DS? Yes, Mario Kart is better and very similar to the N64 version, but that system is very old at this point, and not hard to emulate on a portable like the DS. Bottom line: this game is much better than either NFS gameand about on par with Ridge RacerDS, which had the twitchy controls like I mentioned before, and annoying collison detection, i.e. your car comes to a complete stop if it hits anything. The graphics were better, though. Anyway, Burnout is mindless arcade racing fun and exactly what I expected. Don't let paid off game sites tell you what to think and try it for yourself.… Expand
GarrettG.7It should be more realizetec it goes in slow motion it takes up a lot of time.
NintendoFan3Nintendos problem is that when they created the
DS they had no competetion and they got lazy with there handheld systems, The DS may be able to do 3d Graphics but surly they could have at least done something with the textures, and this is where Burnout legends falls flat on its face. Imigine racing a coloured box in a blury world. The DS is just not up to these type of games, if you want fast hand held racing games go and get a PSP,in the meantime let those of us blessed with the intelegence to get a DS thank the makers for our other great titles that those on the PSP will never see.… Expand