Burnout Paradise Remastered (Nintendo Switch) Review

EA’s much beloved Burnout series finally makes a pit stop on Nintendo Switch, but has the company done enough to make this port a worthy purchase?

After the runaway success of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the Nintendo Switch’s release schedule has been somewhat barren as far as major first party titles go. In their place however, Switch owners have been subject to a bevy of ports from Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition to Bioshock: The Collection, and now EA’s getting in on the fun with Burnout Paradise Remastered.

It’s strange to think that there hasn’t been a major entry in the Burnout series since Paradise in 2008, but there’s no denying that the title’s simple pick up and play style gameplay feels like a perfect match for Nintendo’s hybrid console – and for the most part, it is.

Anyone who’s played a Burnout game before will know that unlike more realistic driving simulators like Forza Horizon 4 or DiRT 4, Burnout’s always prided itself on rewarding players for creating as much carnage as possible.

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