I don't know if Yahtzee is slowly losing his touch or if I'm just getting used to him, but I suppose even a mouthful of angry bees can get boring if you do it every week. This time around he takes on Burnout Paradise, which he describes as, "A game for cool people who like fast cars and don't have enough time to play games because of all the sex they have". That having been said, I've just ordered a dozen copies, just in case anyone takes him seriously. Zero Punctuation: Burnout Paradise [The Escapist]
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