A poorly received port of Burnout Legends for the Nintendo DS was released on November 29, 2005 . It is widely considered vastly inferior to the Playstation Portable version of the game, which has received very high scores, and is considered to be a very good racing game for the Playstation Portable. Differences include extremely watered down sound and graphics. Also, none of the music from the Playstation Portable version was ported to the DS version. Instead, the DS version has "midi-music". These differences are likely due to having been handled by a different development team - whereas most of the critically-acclaimed Burnout games for home consoles and the PSP were handled by Criterion Games, EA Studios outsourced the Burnout license to Visual Impact for the DS version. The game allows the player to involve in "takedowns" which lets the player smash his/her car into another racing car (smashing into a pedestrian vehicle stops your vehicle) so as to perform a takedown.
This article mainly refers to the PlayStation Portable version. -=-TELECHARGER-=-