Burnout Crash goes mobile

by: Russell -
Back in September, Burnout Crash released for the PSN and Xbox Live Arcade.  However, what if you don't have either of those two systems, but you do have an iPad?  Well, your in luck.  Criterion Games and Electronic Arts has announced that Burnout Crash will be launching on the iPad, iPad 2, and iPhone 4 this holiday season.  The game will feature three game modes, 18 traffic junctions, and six unique locations.  If you're a Burnout fan and have an iPad or iPhone 4, this looks to be a good holiday season for you.

FLEX YOUR DIGITS! BURNOUT CRASH! GOES MOBILE IN TIME FOR THE HOLIDAYS

Prepare your fingers for whiplash! Criterion Games, an Electronics Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: ERTS) studio today announced that Burnout™ CRASH! will be launching on the iPad, iPad 2, and iPhone 4 this holiday season. Gamers can bring the thrill of disaster and destruction with them wherever they go, swiping the screen to steer vehicles and tapping to trigger all-out explosions. This holiday, players can crash their way through a volatile mix of exciting content including three addictive game modes, 18 traffic junctions, and six unique locations, all while grooving to an 80’s inspired soundtrack featuring pop icons like Vanilla Ice and Gloria Estefan.

“We’re very excited to bring Burnout CRASH! to iOS,” said Richard Franke, Creative Director, Burnout CRASH! “The game’s super simple controls make it perfect for a mobile platform and it will give Burnout fans a chance to take the fun of Crash mode with them wherever they are.”

Burnout CRASH! is an addictive, download-only game inspired by the thrill and excitement of pinball, game shows, and retro music. Featuring the revolutionary Autolog technology, players can connect, compare, and compete with friends for endless competitive gameplay and challenging fun. In addition, the all-new Autolog Challenges feature lets players up the ante by sending direct head-to-head challenges to their friends online.

Burnout CRASH! is also available now on Xbox LIVE® Arcade and PlayStation®Network. For more information, please visit www.criteriongames.com.
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