In 2008, Criterion and EA launched Burnout Paradise on an unsuspecting market and ended up winning over most people who played it.
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EA’s massive extreme-sports game, being developed by Burnout and Need for Speed developers: Criterion Games is apparently being shelved in favor of the galaxy far, far away.
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