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Game Description:For racing fans, paradise comes in the form of the open road, and Burnount Paradise is filled with miles of just that! Devour downtown streets, careen across freeways, and conquer mountain passes. Wreck opponents in crosstown races where it doesn't matter how you get to the finish line as long as you cross it first. Rev your engine at Paradise City's 120 stoplights to trigger classic Race, Road Rage, and Burning Route Modes, plus new Marked Man and Stunt Run showdowns. The revolutionary new EasyDrive System lets you see when friends are online and instantly meet them. You'll tackle eight-player FreeBurn Challenges, go head-to-head in custom races, and much more.
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