Electronic Arts has released a new gameplay trailer for Burnout Paradise Remastered on Nintendo Switch. The Criterion Games-developed open-world racing game has been optimised for the portable home console “with a range of technological enhancements.” You can expect the game to run ...

Electronic Arts has confirmed a release date for Burnout Paradise Remastered on Nintendo Switch. The Criterion Games-developed open-world racing game has been “fully optimised and enhanced” for the portable home console. That game runs at 60 frames-per-second and has pinch-and-pull map control ...

Electronic Arts has announced that Burnout Paradise Remastered is in development for Nintendo Switch. The Criterion Games-developed open-world racing game has been “fully optimised and enhanced” for the portable home console. That game runs at 60 frames-per-second and has pinch-and-pull ...

You may remember a story that had once surfaced, which had revealed that Nintendo had approached Criterion Games to develop a new F-Zero game for Wii U. That was true to an extent, but not in as meaningful a way ...

It has seemingly remained dormant since Game Boy Advance’s F-Zero Climax, but this week it has emerged that in recent years Nintendo have explored opportunities to revive their futuristic racing series with the help of third-party developers. One prospect had ...

It was back in January that Criterion Games co-founders Alex Ward and Fiona Sperry announced that they would be leaving the studio to form new company, Three Fields Entertainment. Now, in discussing which platforms that they are considering developing for ...

News has just broken that Criterion Games co-founders Alex Ward and Fiona Sperry have left the studio. Ward had most recently served as vice president and creative director with Sperry as studio director, both having now departed “to start afresh ...

Need for Speed: Rivals will speed past Wii U this year, the decision being another to add to the poor sales pile. That’s according to creative director Craig Sullivan who reasoned that Criterion’s efforts to deliver Need for Speed: Most ...

A city’s vast expanse, a parade of iconic sports cars, and the distinct smell of burnt rubber are the ingredients for Criterion Games much lauded Need for Speed: Most Wanted U. In essence, it’s an amalgamation of ideas, drawing upon ...

Whilst Need for Speed Most Wanted U may not be set in the Mushroom Kingdom, it hasn’t stopped Criterion Games from taking inspiration from it. Hidden across the city of Fairhaven are Warp Pipes that, once entered, transport players to ...

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