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Get it out of your system… go ahead. I’ll wait. Feel better? Good because I want to talk about DANGER ZONE!
… seriously? You couldn’t give me one full line before jumping in and ruining a perfectly good DANGER ZONE!
OH COME ON!
Three Fields Entertainment is an independent game studio that put out some amazing games I never played. Which, after playing a TON of Danger Zone 2, makes me incredibly sad that I missed out on a ton of awesome. From what I can gather, it looks like Danger Zone 2 addresses a lot of the concerns the original Danger Zone had. Since I never played it, this game seems pretty flawless to me.
Danger Zone 2 takes everything that was great about the old Burnout games, wait. Maybe not EVERYTHING. It takes what we all loved about the old Burnout games… crashing. We remember all sitting around and just crashing over and over again trying to get the high score.
Thanks to Danger Zone 2 you can now relive those glory days in gorgeous clarity. If you have an Xbox One X or PlayStation 4 Pro the game runs at 4K but only 30fps. But to be honest I couldn’t tell much of a difference playing on my first generation Xbox One and my Xbox One X. The game ran incredibly smooth on both machines.
There’s no real story to Danger Zone 2. You drive (real fast). You crash. You score points. That’s it. If I’m being 100% honest, I’m fine with that. I don’t have to spend a ton of time reading some long story or watching cutscenes explaining some long drawn-out story as to why you have to drive and crash into things causing so much damage and destruction. Maybe you’re the ghost of someone that was killed by this mayor of this city and as your revenge you take over the souls of these cars and cause as much financial ruin to the city as possible. Maybe all of this is happening in the mind of a small child and you’re just playing out the wild, imaginative desires of a destructive kid. Or maybe… just maybe… you’re crashing a car because it’s fun.
The game offers 29 tracks (training tracks included) and a variety of cars to drive. You can use a massive big rig that can send cars flying into cars. There’s an F1 racers that zips down the track at INSANE speeds.
What makes Danger Zone 2 so unique is how the game puts you in high-speed situations, only to slow everything down during the crashes. It is such a welcome 180 turn in speed and the game allows you to watch all the wreckage in glorious slow motion.
Leaderboards are automatically updated as you complete each track so you can see how you stack up against the rest of the world, or just your friends. The downside to this is that it shows how many attempts you made. So you might have finally beaten your friends score, but the game will them just how long you spent trying to do so.
Danger Zone 2 is a great time waster. Turn on. Tune Out. Crash Cars. Repeat. At only $20 you will get more than your value worth as you replay level after level gunning for that high score. I know that every free moment I had this past weekend, it was spent trying to crash my heart out.
The author was given a retail copy for review purposDANGER ZONE!!