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  • Summary: Danger Zone is a vehicular destruction game from seasoned genre veterans Three Fields Entertainment. Step into the shoes of a dangerous driver and cause the biggest car crashes ever seen in a video game. Danger Zone combines real physical crashes with explosive gameplay.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 7
  2. Negative: 1 out of 7
  1. May 30, 2017
    75
    It may be short, but it is ever so sweet.
  2. May 30, 2017
    70
    While Danger Zone undoubtedly sets the world ablaze, it also requires thinking along different lines. Danger Zone's more open levels and moving traffic creates situations requiring a more calculating kind of destruction.
  3. Jun 1, 2017
    69
    It’s worth a look for Burnout veterans, as long as you calibrate your expectations appropriately.
  4. Jun 19, 2017
    67
    The explosive revival of Burnout’s crash mode delivers good clean fun. But it seriously lacks content and a convincing damage system.
  5. May 31, 2017
    60
    The old magic of Crash Mode rises to the surface often enough for Danger Zone to be a fun diversion, but this excitement is ironically muted when the game decides to turn up the intensity in its later levels.
  6. PC Gamer
    Jul 21, 2017
    53
    This is a game about crashing that feels restrained, almost sterile. [Aug 2017, p.87]
  7. Jun 1, 2017
    40
    Danger Zone is good for a couple of fancy crashes, and not much else, before an uninstall. It’s like a mild hit-and-run where it was never really worth taking the other driver’s insurance information anyway.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 3
  2. Negative: 2 out of 3
  1. Jun 3, 2017
    7
    Les irresponsables de Dangerous Golf, anciens échappés de l'asile des Burnes Outes nous délivrent leur nouveau "jeu" déjanté, hommage au modeLes irresponsables de Dangerous Golf, anciens échappés de l'asile des Burnes Outes nous délivrent leur nouveau "jeu" déjanté, hommage au mode crash de ces productions passées et descendant direct du petit jeu d'arcade "Burnout... Crash" d'il y a quelques années.

    On est ici dans un véritable simulateur d'accidents et de destruction puisque les "smashbreakers" que l'on peut récupérer ici et là permettent de faire exploser son véhicule à sa guise pour enchaîner les carambolages et faire grimper plein pot les chiffres de la délinquance routière.

    L'environnement unique est soigné et agréable à l'oeil et se déroule sur 20 niveaux qui sont autant de puzzles et défis si l'on veut faire exploser le compteur de dégâts et de collisions en cascade pour devenir l'ultime aigle de la route accidentée...

    L'ironie (et l'humour anglais sans doute) participe à chaque instant de ce délire qui fait redécouvrir les sensations pures (la castagne ça vous gagne...) comme la joie indicible d'un enfant qui détruit ses châteaux de sable, effondre sa tour de kaplas ou écrabouille ses vaisseaux en légos.

    ça charge et recharge vite (heureusement parce qu'on recommence souvent...) et ça tourne presque tout le temps à 60 im/s (les ralentissements viennent nettement d'un manque d'optimisation mais avec l'Unreal 4, on pouvait s'attendre à pire). Le contenu reste néanmoins limité, trop limité surtout lorsqu'on compare Danger Zone à... Dangerous Golf qui était bien plus varié !

    Assurément drôle et certainement débile, Danger Zone est bien plus abouti que le Burnout Crash et mérite que l'on se penche sur son cas (très atteint) malgré son côté brut (brute) de décoffrage.
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  2. Jun 6, 2017
    2
    As a huge fan of Takedown and Revenge, especially crash mode, I was quite excited to try this game. After getting a chance to play it,As a huge fan of Takedown and Revenge, especially crash mode, I was quite excited to try this game. After getting a chance to play it, however, I was extremely disappointed. The environment is lackluster, being set in a "simulation" within a crash test facility. The crashes are boring and being a "simulation" removes any immersion before the start counter even begins going down. Due to the set up of the course in this crash test facility, the player is basically stuck on the fake streets as leaving them drops the car into unsimulated space that instantly ends the challenge.

    After an hour of playing this game, I quite and went back to playing Burnout Takedown and Burnout Revenge. Both are far superior in every way, including the crash mode that this game poorly imitates. Don't waste your money or time on this game.
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  3. May 31, 2017
    0
    Enjoy this press Enter simulator, which looks good on pictures, but is actually ugly like your naked ex after 3 kids and boring like drivingEnjoy this press Enter simulator, which looks good on pictures, but is actually ugly like your naked ex after 3 kids and boring like driving in traffic jam. Complete puzzles which are here disguised as crash tests. You must drive safely first and pick up all that s**t around (else you can't finish with enough high score) and then run into somebody and blow yourself up like a terrorist...and again...and again...Don't buys this "Terrorist driving school simulator". Expand

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