FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage - hands-on

Taking destructive drivers to a whole new level of chaos

Surely there can%26rsquo;t be anyone alive who%26rsquo;s played a FlatOut game and hasn%26rsquo;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%26rsquo;t quite up there with Criterion%26rsquo;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.

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