The Burnout series may have gone through some radical changes with its latest digital installment, Burnout Crash, but that does not mean it loses any of what makes Burnout special. The now top down racer completely focuses on crash mode and is inspired by arcade pinball which is obvious upon first looking at the game. With 18 crash junctions and plenty of modes, it’s sure to be one of the wildest digital releases this Fall. Burnout Crash will also support multiplayer for 2-14 players locally and has a special mode which takes advantage of the Kinect sensor. Burnout Crash will release on Xbox Live Arcade on September 20 for 800 Microsoft Points. If you loved the previous Burnout games or even just crashing cars, Burnout Crash is definitely worth checking out.