For fans of blistering speed and spectacular crashes, Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box can be bought from Argos for only £9.99!
Jumbled into a price-comparison, the wreckage of Argos' deal for Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box proved to be the cheapest around, with a seven pound-gap between it and its nearest rival! An update of the popular Burnout Paradise, the Ultimate Box managed to score an 89/100 on MetaCritic, with MEGamers claiming "it doesn't get any better than this".
The Ultimate Box combined the Burnout Paradise foundation with the three, sequential updates that game received, the Cagney Pack, Bike Pack and Party Pack. The Cagney Pack stiched some seams, repaired some problems and helped smooth over the experience, whilst the Bike Pack added bikes to Burnout's normally four-wheeled affairs. The Party Pack included a plethora of different stunts, races and and skill-events for players to enjoy, on and offline.
Paradise relocated the Burnout series to the titular Paradise City. Gone were the pre-designated tracks, replaced with a broad, expansive metropolis, where budding racers stumble upon events and must calculate their own route to the finish line. Developers Criterion re-wrote the entire engine to suit an open-world game, but didn't skimp on their trademark destruction technology, with car's crumpling, shattering and generally exploding into pieces across the sun-baked asphalt.