FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage - hands-on

Surely there can’t be anyone alive who’s played a FlatOut game and hasn’t had a bit of a soft spot for it. Think Burnout but with the added bonus of massively destructible tracks (who can argue with that) and while the overall quality isn’t quite up there with Criterion’s classic, at least it tries.

Fortunately for the series, 360 turned up and offered the rawpower necessary for it to realize its ambitions: a mad-as-a-badger race through picket fences, bridges, billboards and whatever other inanimate objects are stupid enough to get between you andthe finish line.