Dangerous Driving follows developer Three Fields Entertainment’s very own Danger Zone its revival of Burnout memorable part: Crash style, 2. Dangerous Driving resurrects the remaining portion of the Burnout manners, such as races, face-offs, eliminations, burning horn (now called Shakedown), and most especially Road Rage mode. Variants of Road Rage races — you receive one in every one of the six vehicle-specific attempts — include welcome and hard wrinkles like requiring competitions to smash to allow the takedown.
Arcade racing games haven’t been plentiful lately — has EA shown the slightest bit of interest in reviving the best of them all, Burnout (which saw its past brand new, correct entry in 2008 with Burnout Paradise). And this comes Driving — made by some of the creators of Burnout, no less — to pick up the slack. The good news for both Burnout and racing enthusiasts is that out of a campaign plus a bit of high heeled frustration, it mostly succeeds in picking up the mantel.