Growing up, I remember fondly having many afternoons and weekend getaways spent with Burnout
as a game to bond over. It wasn't the racing that brought us all together, even those of us who didn't play games, but instead, it was the crash mode. There's something thrilling about causing a gigantic wreck in an effort to score more points. When you run straight into an 18-wheeler and cause catastrophic damage on a freeway overpass, well, it just feels good. And you'd do it over and over again in an endless chase to get a higher score.
That's what Danger Zone
was made to be, and it is undoubtedly a success. If you have those fond memories, or even if you don't but think maybe you should, it's time to check out my latest first impressions and see for yourself just what makes Danger Zone
is available now for Xbox One.