Burnout Dominator Review (PS2)

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Old 04-17-2007, 08:45 AM   #1
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Burnout Dominator Review (PS2)

We have just posted our Burnout Dominator review. Find out what Clay Shaver had to say about it.
"Have you ever been walking through a record store and come across a brand new greatest hits album from your favorite artist, only to be shocked and disappointed by the songs they chose to use? I know - half of you are saying, “What’s a record store? Heck, what’s an album!?”

When I slid Burnout Dominator, the latest release in the Burnout series from EA, into my PS2, I found myself with that very strange feeling. It was like a Police’s Greatest Hits album without “Message in a Bottle”, Steve Miller Band’s Greatest Hits without “The Joker”, Hootie and the Blowfish’s Greatest Hits without... OK, bad example… but you see where I’m going. Burnout Dominator is missing some of the key components that make the Burnout series one of the most consistent performers of any franchise over the last five years."
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