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Burnout Paradise Drives Off (Cheaply) Into The Sunset

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With Criterion no longer providing downloadable content for Burnout Paradise, one of the generation's best-supported games is about to slide into the history books. So publisher EA is going to send it off with a bang.

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EA announced on Friday that, until March 31, you'll be able to get Burnout Paradise and its roster of downloadable content for what amounts to a song. A $20 or $30 song, depending on your preferences.

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For $30, you can get everything. The full game and all its downloadable content. For $20, meanwhile, those owning simply the game (or only a selection of its DLC) can get every piece of premium downloadable content.

For a game that not only looks great for its age, but plays great, that's quite the deal.

Note this is a download-only deal, which applies only to the PlayStation 3.

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"...which applies only to the PlayStation 3."

Ignoring the console with the 2nd largest user base of this generation (not to mention the PC) is certainly not a smart move.

I, for one, would buy it in an instant if this was made available on XBL. Too bad.

Edit: Nevermind, I'll just buy the Ultimate Box for less than half the price on Amazon.