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Burnout 2: Point Of Impact, Racing, 2002



Developer: Criterion Software Group Ltd.

Publisher: Acclaim Entertainment, Inc.

Damageable vehicles: Yes

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Pictures for this video game were provided by: Star Wars Fanatic , Black Bart , Racedriver43 , lcpdcv , Burn Rubber

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Star Wars Fanatic EN (494)

2006-12-21 22:14

2002 saw the sequel to the smash hit Burnout, which saw an onslaught of improvements and enhancements. Unlike the original, this installment takes place entirely on American soil, and featured vastly improved crashes compared to the originals rather tame impacts, with high flying collisions now more of a common sight than previously, as well as an enhanced damage model which now featured detachable panels - although this was overused in my opinion, since every impact resulted in the bonnet to fly off regardless of the severity. Add to this some new modes such as the highly enjoyable crash mode where you are placed in a series of traffic scenarios where it is your sole aim to cause as much damage as possible, and a pursuit mode whereby you take the role of a police car (though you can select another car if you wish) to take down the other opponent, which of course we would see much more of in its further sequel Burnout 3 Takedown. Add to this some truly supreme graphics for it's time, and Burnout 2 rolled out to be a winner.

-- Last edit: 2006-12-21 22:14:38

Black Bart US (84)

2010-12-11 16:50

The rest of the traffic vehicles have been added.

Suokukko FI (3)

2012-09-30 08:47

Another cover:

lcpdcv US (52)

2012-11-16 00:17

Game came out in 2003, not 2002.

lcpdcv US (52)

2012-11-16 00:32

Added missing version of the AM General bus.

carcrasher88 US (22)

2012-11-16 00:46

lcpdcv wrote Game came out in 2003, not 2002.


Playstation 2 version was released in 2002 in North America and Europe.

PlayStation 2

NA September 30, 2002
EU October 11, 2002

JP April 1, 2004

Nintendo GameCube

NA April 9, 2003
EU May 9, 2003

Xbox

NA May 1, 2003
EU May 9, 2003

-- Last edit: 2012-11-16 00:46:35

lcpdcv US (52)

2012-11-16 00:49

Well, shit.

RacingFreak (102)

2012-11-16 07:34

Hey, actually the playable bus is different looking one. Are you going to re-do the page soon?

lcpdcv US (52)

2012-11-16 20:56

Wait, wha?! There is no playable bus in Burnout 2! And why'd the version Black Bart posted get deleted?

lcpdcv US (52)

2012-11-17 01:22

Readded the Pacific Shuttlebus version of the Metropolitan.

Burn Rubber US (347)

2015-08-14 04:53

I wished that they had named the Classic the Hunter Classic in Paradise in a way. It wouldn't have made sense to call it Manhattan here because of the horrible names. Honestly they could have put all of these cars in Paradise. Really they could have made DLCs that way if not Base-Game. For example:

Throwback DLC. (Burnout One)
Point Of Comback (Point Of Impact DLC)
Takedown! DLC (Burnout 3 DLC)
Domination DLC (Dominator DLC)
Revenge Racers. (Revenge DLC. Oddly the Revenge Racer does appear in the game.)

See my point? Would have been much better than the DLCs we got. Toy Cars was fine, Cops And Robbers was honestly a letdown. Surf Island was another letdown. It could have been better. Everything else I didn't like. Legendary Cars was bad. Bikes weren't good. As Michael I like Paradise, I didn't even buy a single DLC. I prefer just the base-game. (And before you ask 'Then how do you know the DLCs were bad?' My friend bought all of them. He still plays today. (So do I) And I played the DLC content. Bad. Just not good.)

-- Last edit: 2015-08-14 04:53:27

Speedevil BE (71)

2016-06-15 13:39

Personally I like Big Surf Island a lot, the map itself looks a lot like Palm Bay and Big Surf from Burnout 2 (which is exactly what they were going for :p ). Cops and Robbers was alright since it was a new mode, they could have released it without the cop cars.
On the other hand the car packs were pretty bad. They rehashed a lot of cars that were already in the base game, and releasing other classics, as you said, would have been better IMO.

Burn Rubber US (347)

2016-06-15 13:47

Speedevil wrote Personally I like Big Surf Island a lot, the map itself looks a lot like Palm Bay and Big Surf from Burnout 2 (which is exactly what they were going for :p ). Cops and Robbers was alright since it was a new mode, they could have released it without the cop cars.
On the other hand the car packs were pretty bad. They rehashed a lot of cars that were already in the base game, and releasing other classics, as you said, would have been better IMO.

I'm guessing you meant to put this on Paradise not Point Of Impact? :lol: hey, easy mistake if so. :)

Oh sorry. I totally didint see my massage I posted a few moths ago. :lol: my bad.

-- Last edit: 2016-06-15 13:48:32

Speedevil BE (71)

2016-06-15 20:33

I changed all the starter cars to playable. Sure, you can't drive them before you complete Agressive Driving 101, but then you can't play any race until you complete it, and it takes around 10 minutes. :p

-- Last edit: 2016-06-15 20:33:55

Racedriver43 US (103)

2016-07-15 23:12

I will work on this page too.

Just like Burnout 1, all screenshots are either taken in Replays, or in-game.

Burn Rubber US (347)

2016-07-15 23:15

Racedriver43 wrote I will work on this page too.

Just like Burnout 1, all screenshots are either taken in Replays, or in-game.


After seeing the pictures n Burnout 1 I am hoping I can get this to run. You violated a rule in your shots.

3A. Make sure your pictures are taken at an angle that shows as much of the car or vehicle as possible. (Front and side/rear and side)


-- Last edit: 2016-07-15 23:17:38

Burn Rubber US (347)

2016-07-15 23:33

Well I was just saying, We now have defined rules and you do not follow them.

IGPD US (0)

2016-07-15 23:50

What pictures are you talking of Burn Rubber? Most Burnout 1 pictures are by Star Wars Fanatic, no?

Racedriver43 US (103)

2016-07-16 00:03

He's talking about my front shot for the Burnout 1 Muscle. I currently have a link to a new one I took for replacement.

Speedevil BE (71)

2016-07-16 00:03

Most pictures on this page are alright honestly.

IGPD US (0)

2016-07-16 00:07

Speedevil wrote Most pictures on this page are alright honestly.

I agree, they aren't masterpieces, but they're fine. If you want to replace pictures, you should work on Burnout 1 instead.

Burn Rubber US (347)

2016-07-16 00:44

Besides the grainy look on the photos (which may be the game I don't remember) I agree. These are all fine

Burn Rubber US (347)

2016-07-20 10:51

What happened to leaving the shots we had? :/

These Drivers Ed shots are literally the same shots as before but less grainy. Not really worth a re-list.

ryan2t4 ID (0)

2016-09-13 04:16

before added a Driver ed the stock cars are unlockable why?

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