Just as recently I ranked the Best Castlevania Games for Retro Dodo – and actually had a real blast revisiting the series again, so much so that I’m currently playing through the superb Circle of the Moon via the Castlevania Advance Collection on Xbox Series X – a similar situation has occurred with the Burnout games.

Though I’m not the biggest racing game fan in the world, having absolutely zero interest in cars, I’ve always enjoyed more arcade-style, accessible and light-hearted games – so the Burnout games have always been right up my street. In revisiting the entire series (and more besides, as you’ll see if you read my article) for Retro Dodo’s Best Burnout Games list, I’ve reminded myself of just how much fun they are – and again, I’ve been lured back into playing them.

This time, it’s Burnout Paradise Remastered that’s caught my attention; though not my favourite in the series, it’s definitely one of the best – and it truly did pave the way for open world racers such as the Forza Horizon games. It’s not perfect, but it’s a genuinely excellent game that’s stood the test of time. Unbelievably, it was originally released way back in 2008 – it’s aged beautifully.

So how did I rank the Burnout games? You can see exactly which ones I consider the best and even check out a surprise or two by heading over to my list of Best Burnout Games on Retro Dodo.

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