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It appears that Criterion could be working on a new addition to the Burnout franchise, entitled Burnout Crash! What might come as more of a surprise, however, is what the game offers. When Burnout Paradise...
Criterion Games, the video game developer behind the award-winning Burnout series, has tweeted that the Burnout Paradise Complete Edition will be coming to the European PSN shortly. The highly-successful arcade racer will contain the following: Burnout...
With R&D costs climbing, the money spent to purchase the Renderware shop seems a bargain. According to a 10-Q form filed with the SEC, Electronic Arts spent somewhere in the range of...
Electronic Arts today announced an agreement to acquire Criterion Software Group Ltd. from Canon Europe. With the acquisition, EA assumes Criterion's studio in Guildford, UK; two globally recognized intellectual properties, Burnout and Black; and the...