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Overview

Released by Criterion Games for PS2 and Xbox on September 13, 2005, Burnout Revenge puts a little more emphasis on the arcade style of the Burnout series. Revenge features some new additions as well as some tweaking to gameplay modes found in earlier Burnout titles. In this game racers can, for the first time, ram same way traffic into other racers to get a “Takedown”, the quickest and most entertaining way of gaining points and boost in the game. This traffic checking effectively lets ram through traffic turns other cars into tools of destruction rather than a nuisance to maneuver around. Players can also rain hell down upon opponents through vertical takedowns, done through going off ramps and landing on top of others.

In terms of gameplay modes, Revenge more-or-less follows the precedent set by its predecessor Takedown. However, a new mode is added in Revenge, called “Traffic Attack”. In this mode, players use same way traffic ramming to accumulate points. Changes to the series’ Crash mode are also made in Revenge, though the premise is basically the same.

In single-player, drivers compete in a world tour of 169 events traversing three continents in ten different ranks. Completing events increases the player’s rank and unlocks new events as a result. Revenge also features online support where players can either do traditional races or compete in Crash modes to see who can cause the most destruction in intersections and gain the most points as a result.

Xbox 360 Release

Xbox 360 Version with more damage model.
Xbox 360 Version with more damage model.

On March 7th, 2006, Criterion released the game on the Xbox 360. It was the first game to take advantage of kiosk downloads in North America. Players would be able to take their memory unit to a retailer (Best Buy, GameStop, and Circuit City) and get a car detailed with the specific retailer’s decals. The game also has seven other sponsored vehicles available for download on the Xbox Live Marketplace.

The most recent full release, Burnout Paradise, deviated slightly from the original formula by moving to an open world. For this reason, many still played Revenge on the Xbox 360 after Burnout Paradise’s release.

Events

World Tour

  • Race – Race against rivals as you rampage though the tracks in an explosive race to the finish line.
  • Traffic Attack – Traffic Check vehicles to keep the clock ticking in a boost-blasting scramble to beat time targets.
  • Burning Lap – Drive around the track to as fast as possible to beat the clock.
  • Road Rage – Takedown as many rivals as you can within the time limit but watch out for critical damage to your ride.
  • Eliminator – A race around the track as a rival in last place has 30 second to escape or they are eliminated.
  • Preview – Test drive some of the fastest vehicles in Burnout Revenge against the clock.
  • Grand Prix – Finish in a medal-winning position in this insane Grand Prix multi-race battle to pick up GP points.
  • Crash Events – Unleash hell though the streets in an explosive mayhem and nail the target vehicle.

Split-Screen Multiplayer

  • Crash Battle – See who can rack up the biggest pile-up in this head-to-head competition.
  • Crash Party – Who can wreak the most havoc in a single junction?

Online Multiplayer

  • Crash Battle (read above on Split-Screen Multiplayer)
  • Crash Party (read above on Split-Screen Multiplayer)
  • Crash Tour

Vehicles

Race

Name Crash Breaker Weight Boost Speed Screenshot
Factory M-Type ST Level 1 Light 160mph
Factory M-Type ST
Factory M-Type ST
Factory R160 ST Level 1 Light 160mph
Factory R160 ST
Factory R160 ST
Modified M-Type ST Level 2 Light 165mph
Modified M-Type ST
Modified M-Type ST
Modified R165 ST Level 2 Light 165mph
Modified R165 ST
Modified R165 ST
Custom M-Type Level 3 Light 170mph
Works M-Type ST Level 3 Light 170mph
Custom R170 ST Level 3 Super Light 170mph
Works R170 ST Level 3 Light 170mph
Prototype M-Series ST Level 4 Super Light 175mph
Limited M-Type ST Level 4 Light 175mph
Prototype R175 ST Level 4 Super Light 175mph
Limited R175 ST Level 4 Super Light 175mph
Tuned M-Type ST Level 5 Light 180mph
Criterion M-Type ST Level 3 Light 180mph
Tuned R180 ST Level 5 Super Light 180mph
Criterion R180 ST Level 5 Light 180mph
Factory M-Type DX Level 6 Light 185mph
Modified M-Type DX Level 6 Light 185mph
Factory R185 DX Level 6 Light 185mph
Modified R185 DX Level 6 Super Light 185mph
Custom M-Type DX Level 7 Light 190mph
Works M-Type DX Level 7 Light 190mph
Limited M-Type DX Level 7 Light 190mph
Custom R185 DX Level 7 Super Light 190mph
Works R185 DX Level 7 Super Light 190mph
Limited R180 DX Level 7 Super Light 190mph
Tuned M-Type DX Level 8 Light 195mph
Prototype M-Series DX Level 8 Light 195mph
Criterion M-Type DX Level 8 Light 195mph
Tuned R195 DX Level 8 Super Light 195mph
Prototype R195 DX Level 8 Super Light 195mph
Criterion R195 DX Level 8 Light 195mph
Factory M-Type GT Level 9 Light 202mph
Custom M-Type GT Level 1 Light 202mph
Modified M-Type GT Level 9 Light 202mph
Works M-Type Level 9 Light 202mph
Factory R190 GT Level 9 Light 202mph
Custom R202 GT Level 9 Super Light 202mph
Modified R202 GT Level 9 Super Light 202mph
Works R202 GT Level 9 Super Light 202mph
Tuned M-Type GT Level 10 Light 205mph
Prototype M-Series GT Level 10 Light 205mph
Criterion M-Type GT Level 1 Light 205mph
Limited M-Type GT Level 10 Light 205mph
Tuned R205 GT Level 10 Super Light 205mph
Prototype R205 GT Level 10 Super Light 205mph
Criterion R205 GT Level 10 Light 205mph
Limited R205 GT Level 10 Light 205mph
Low Rider Level 10 Medium 209mph
Revenge Racer Level 10 Super Light 209mph
Black Elite Racer Level 10 Light 209mph
Logitech World Racer Level 10 Light 209mph
Hot Rod Level 10 Light 209mph
Nixon Special Level 10 Super Light 205mph
Custom Classic Level 10 Super Light 209mph
Euro Classic LM Level 10 Super Light 209mph
EA Racer GT Level 10 Super Light 209mph
Criterion Racer GT Level 10 Super Light 209mph
Etnies Racer Level 10 Medium 209mph

Crash

Name Crash Breaker Weight Boost Speed Screenshot
Stock C170 Mid Level 4 Medium 170mph
Stock C175 Super Level 6 Heavy 170mph
Compact C180 Lite Level 5 Medium 180mph
Compact C185 Super Level 6 Medium 185mph
Sport C180 Lite Level 8 Super Heavy 180mph
Sport C190 Super Level 7 Super Heavy 190mph
SUV C150 HVY Level 7 Super Heavy 150mph
SUV C160 Super Level 8 Super Heavy 160mph
Saloon C175 Mid Level 7 Heavy 175mph
Saloon C180 Super Level 8 Heavy 180mph
4×4 C165 Mid Level 6 Heavy 170mph
4×4 C180 Super Level 7 Heavy 180mph
Off Road C170 Mid Level 8 Super Heavy 170mph
Off Road C180 Super Level 9 Super Heavy 180mph
Utility C140 HVY Level 8 Super Heavy 140mph
Utility C150 Super Level 9 Super Heavy 150mph
Classic Crasher C170 Level 10 Medium 170mph
Dominator Assassin Level 6 Medium 160mph
Madden Challenge Bus Level 7 Super Heavy 140mph
Mobile Diner Level 10 Super Heavy 140mph

Xbox 360 DLC and Kiosk

The DLC and Kiosk cars are free and only available in Xbox 360 version. They either be downloaded on the Xbox LIVE Marketplace or by downloading them from a Participating Retailers Kiosk. After download, they are only available by unlocking then though the World Tour.

Name Type Crash Breaker Weight Boost Speed Screenshot
Alienware Car Race Level 10 Light 209mph
Dolby Car Race Level 10 209mph
Plantronics Car Race Level 10 Super Light 209mph
Spike TV Car Race Level 10 Light 209mph
Xbox LIVE Car Race Level 10 Super Light 209mph
Circuit City Car Race Level 10 Light 209mph
BestBuy Car Race Level 10 Medium 209mph
Gamespot Car Race Level 10 Light 209mph
Monster Car Crash Level 10 Super Heavy 150mph
Yellowcard Car Crash Level 10 Super Heavy 150mph

Locations

USA

  • Motor City
  • Sunshine Keys
  • Lone Peak
  • Angel Valley

Europe

  • Eternal City
  • White Mountain

Asia

  • Central Route
  • Eastern Bay

Ranks

The single player portion of the game features ranks to signify the player’s progress in the game. First off, a player can earn up to five stars in each event; * (OK), ** (Good), *** (Great), **** (Awesome), ***** (Perfect). Only by getting a four star rating for your event performance and a gold medal can the player get five stars for the event. So essentially a gold medal gives you one more star, a silver none, and a bronze will subtract one. The stars received in the event will be subtracted from the amount need to reach the next rank.

Stars needed to get to each rank

  • Rank 1: Harmless
  • Rank 2: Unsafe – 20 stars
  • Rank 3: Reckless – 24 stars
  • Rank 4: Offensive – 28 stars
  • Rank 5: Fearless – 34 stars
  • Rank 6: Dangerous – 42 stars
  • Rank 7: Insane – 50 stars
  • Rank 8: Maniac – 58 stars
  • Rank 9: Assassin – 67 stars
  • Rank 10: Dominator – 77 stars
  • Rank 11: Elite – 148 stars

Stars available on each rank level

  • Rank 1: 60 stars
  • Rank 2: 70 stars
  • Rank 3: 70 stars
  • Rank 4: 75 stars
  • Rank 5: 80 stars
  • Rank 6: 80 stars
  • Rank 7: 90 stars
  • Rank 8: 90 stars
  • Rank 9: 115 stars
  • Rank 10: 115 stars

This means that you need 548 stars out of the 845 stars in the game to reach the “Elite” rank.

Challenge Sheets

Sunshine Keys

  1. Get triple payback
  2. Win a race without crashing
  3. Do a vertical Takedown
  4. Do 2 revenge Takedowns in a race
  5. Takedown a special car
  6. Check 100 vehicles in Traffic Attack
  7. Blow up 25 vehicles
  8. High score target: $3,000,000

Car unlocked for completing Challenge Sheet: Custom Classic

Motor City

  1. Get 4-way payback
  2. Win a race without crashing
  3. Do a vertical Takedown
  4. Do 3 revenge Takedowns in a race
  5. Takedown a special car
  6. Check 50 vehicles in Traffic Attack
  7. Blow up 25 vehicles
  8. High score target: $10,000,000

Car unlocked for completing Challenge Sheet: Etnies Racer

Angel Valley

  1. Get double payback
  2. Win a race without crashing
  3. Do a vertical Takedown
  4. Do 1 revenge Takedowns in a race
  5. Takedown a special car
  6. Check 100 vehicles in Traffic Attack
  7. Blow up 35 vehicles
  8. High score target: $15,000,000

Car unlocked for completing Challenge Sheet: Low Rider

Lone Peak

  1. Get triple payback
  2. Win a race without crashing
  3. Do a vertical Takedown
  4. Do 2 revenge Takedowns in a race
  5. Takedown a special car
  6. Check 30 vehicles in Traffic Attack
  7. Blow up 25 vehicles
  8. High score target: $6,500,000

Car unlocked for completing Challenge Sheet: Hot Rod

Eternal City

  1. Get double payback
  2. Win a race without crashing
  3. Do a vertical Takedown
  4. Do 2 revenge Takedowns in a race
  5. Takedown a special car
  6. Check 70 vehicles in Traffic Attack
  7. Blow up 15 vehicles
  8. High score target: $5,000,000

Car unlocked for completing Challenge Sheet: Euro Classic LM

White Mountain

  1. Get explosive payback
  2. Win a race without crashing
  3. Do a vertical Takedown
  4. Do 1 revenge Takedown in a race
  5. Takedown a special car
  6. Check 50 vehicles in Traffic Attack
  7. Blow up 20 vehicles
  8. High score target: $10,000,000

Car unlocked for completing Challenge Sheet: Criterion GT Racer

Central Route

  1. Get explosive payback
  2. Win a race without crashing
  3. Do a vertical Takedown
  4. Do 1 revenge Takedowns in a race
  5. Takedown a special car
  6. Check 70 vehicles in Traffic Attack
  7. Blow up 22 vehicles
  8. High score target: $8,000,000

Car unlocked for completing Challenge Sheet: EA GT Racer

Eastern Bay

  1. Get 4-way payback
  2. Win a race without crashing
  3. Do a vertical Takedown
  4. Do 3 revenge Takedowns in a race
  5. Takedown a special car
  6. Check 90 vehicles in Traffic Attack
  7. Blow up 24 vehicles
  8. High score target: $6,500,000

Car unlocked for completing Challenge Sheet: Nixon Special

Signature Takedowns

Sunshine Keys

Strike!

  • Game description: Slam a rival into the bowling alley
  • Location: Reverse

Catch Of The Day

  • Game description: Get a Signature Takedown in the marina
  • Location: Reverse

Sunk & Disorderly

  • Game description: Hit a rival into the boat stack
  • Location: Reverse

Motor City

Alley Ooops!

  • Game description: Score a Signature Takedown in the alleyways
  • Location: Short Reverse

Crane In The Neck

  • Game description: Hit a rival into the dockside cranes
  • Location: Long Reverse

Serial Piller

  • Game description: Get a Signature Takedown into the pillars under the freeway
  • Location: Long Reverse

Angle Valley

Take-Out Takedown

  • Game description: Hit a rival into the giant burger sign
  • Location: Forwards

Terminated

  • Game description: Hit a rival into the walls of the storm drain
  • Location: Reverse

Takin’ Out The Trash

  • Game description: Smash a rival into the dumpsters in the back alleys
  • Location: Reverse

Lone Peak

Lumber Party

  • Game description: Slam a rival into the logging machinery
  • Location: Reverse

De-Railed

  • Game description: Get a Signature Takedown near the old Lone Peak Railroad
  • Location: Long Forward

Trailer Crash

  • Game description: Hit a rival into the trailers in the trailer park
  • Location: Reverse

Eternal City

Elevated Action

  • Game description: Slam a rival under the raised covered pathway
  • Location: Long Reverse

Arch Enemies

  • Game description: Hit a rival into the columns between the four arches
  • Location: Long Reverse

Stairs In Their Eyes

  • Game description: Get a Signature Takedown on the dividing wall, heading up the steps
  • Location: Long Reverse

White Mountain

Cliffhanger

  • Game description: Get a Signature Takedown over the cliff edge in the open tunnel section
  • Location: Reverse

Rock The Clock

  • Game description: Get a Signature Takedown near the opening in the clock tower
  • Location: Forwards

Bridge Out

  • Game description: Hit a rival off the broken bridge
  • Location: Forwards

Central Route

Depot-Lition

  • Game description: Hit a rival into the bus station
  • Location: Forwards

Tramapoline

  • Game description: Smash a rival into the tram line stops
  • Location: Long Reverse

Enter The Dragon

  • Game description: Get a Signature Takedown in the alley with the neon dragon sign
  • Location: Long Reverse

Eastern Bay

Destruction Site

  • Game description: Hit a rival into the freeway construction site
  • Location: Long Forwards

Hair-Pinned

  • Game description: Get a Signature Takedown on the hairpin bend of Lower Link course
  • Location: Lower Link Forwards

Pillar Of Strength

  • Game description: Hit a rival into the monorail supports
  • Location: Lower Link Forwards

Soundtrack

Song Artist Album
“Almost Here” The Academy Is… Almost Here
“Top of the World” The-All America Reject Move Along
“Come On” Andy Hunter* Life
“Bundy” Animal Alpha Pheromones
“Life Burns!” Apocalyptica Apocalyptica
“Flyover” Asian Dub Foundation Tank
“Beast and the Harlot” Avenged Sevenfold City if Evil
“Red Flag” Billy Talent Billy Talent II
“Fear and Loathing” The Black Velvets The Black Velvets
“Helicopter” Bloc Party Silent Alarm
“An Honest Mistake”(Superdiscount Remix) The Bravey
“Break on Through” (To the Other Side) (BT Remix) BT vs. The Doors
“Hand of Blood” Bullet for My Valentine Hand of Blood
“The Big Jump” The Chemical Brothers Push the Button
“As the Tables Turn” CKY An Answer Can be Found
“Wake the Dead” Comeback Kid Wake the Dead
“Riot Radio” The Dead 60s The Dead 60s
“Tuned to a Different Station” Dogs Turn Against This Land
“The Hey Man!” Emanuel Soundtrack to a Headrush
“Dance, Dance” Fall Out Boy From Under the Cork Tree
“Ink” Finch Say Hello to Sunshine
“All the Rage” Funeral for a Friend Hours
“I Want” Goldfinger Disconnection Notice
“Better World” (Adam Freeland Remix) Mindless Self Indulgence Straight To Video: The Remixes
“Today” Junkie XL Today
“Daft Punk Is Playing At My House” (Soulwaz Shibuya Remix) LCD Soundsystem
“Apply Some Pressure” Maximo Park A Certain Trigger
“Straight to Video” (KMFDM Remix) Mindless Self Indulgence Straight To Video: The Remixes
“Nü Rock” Morningwood Morningwood
“Heard That Sound” MxPx Panic
“Shot Down” Nine Black Alps Everything Is
“Do What You Want” OK Go Oh No
“Shotgun” The Outline You Smash It, We’ll Build Around It
“Stand Up” Pennywise The Fuse
“The World” The Starting Line Based on a True Story
“Lullaby” Thrice Vheissu
“First Day” (General Midi Remix) Timo Maas Pictures
“Band-Girls-Money” Tsar Band-Girls-Money
“F.I.G.H.T.” Unwritten Law Here’s to the Mourning
“The Great Escape” We Are Scientists With Love and Squalor
“Lights and Sounds” Yellowcard Lights and Sounds

Xbox 360 Game Installation

Burnout Revenge requires 4.4GB of space to install on an Xbox 360 HDD.

Xbox 360 Games on Demand

On August 25, 2009, Burnout Revenge became available on the Xbox 360’s Games on Demand service. It costs $19.99 or 1600 Microsoft Points.

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