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Burnout Paradise – Cane and Rinse No.136

“You’re so fine, I want you mine, you’re so delicious, I think about you all the time, you’re so addictive…”

Bringing our journey through the Burnout series to a close we come to Criterion’s final ‘proper’ game bearing the name, Burnout Paradise. Cruising around Paradise City are Leon, Darren, James and Karl, plus we also hear from a fleet of Cane and Rinse correspondents and, intriguingly, we get some exclusive and official insight into the making of Paradise from lead gameplay programmer Iain Angus.

Music used in this issue:

1: Paradise City by Guns N’ Roses
2: Girlfriend by Avril Lavigne
3: Burnout 2002 Reprise by Stephen Root
4: Stand and Deliver by Adam and the Ants

Cane and Rinse 136 was edited by Darren Gargette

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In this solo Burnout Paradise Quick Rinse, Darren Gargette takes himself down to the Paradise City where the girls are green and the grass is pretty (PC version):

A multiplayer Burnout Paradise Quick Rinse featuring Darren Gargette, James Carter and listeners/community members Jonster and the Nekemancer (PC version):

If you like these Quick Rinse videos you can find many more (plus a few other bits and bobs) over on the Official Cane and Rinse YouTube channel.

NB: Apologies if one or both of these Burnout Paradise videos isn’t/aren’t available in your region or on your platform. Licensed music is the problem.

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