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Burnout Revenge (Xbox)

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Title Screen

Burnout Revenge

Developer: Criterion Games
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Platforms: Xbox
Released in JP: October 20, 2005
Released in US: September 13, 2005
Released in EU: September 23, 2005
Released in AU: September 26, 2005

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This article is a work in progress.
...Well, all the articles here are, in a way. But this one moreso, and the article may contain incomplete information and editor's notes.

Burnout Revenge is... well, most fans say it's a Burnout 3.5, which sort of makes sense since it's very similar to the previous game. Still, the controls are tighter, the graphics have been cranked up a notch, and it features an entirely new collection of cars. Also, it's one of the few games on the PlayStation 2 to have online multiplayer.

It was later re-released on the Xbox 360, like many EA games of 2005.

Unused Audio

Crashbreaker Unlock Video

This is a placeholder audio file for a "Crashbreaker unlock video", which is just a text-to-speech voice saying exactly that. This video would likely have played when Crashbreaker events became available. However, such a video does not exist.

Unused Videos

Placeholder Movies

There are placeholder movies for completing all challenges for a track, such as Motor City. However, in the movies the names of the tracks are of their real life locations and there are no "final build" movies of this kind.

Motor City

Sunshine Keys

Central Route

Angel Valley

Lone Peak

Eternal City

White Mountain

Eastern Bay