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Burnout Dominator

Burnout Dominator (PS2) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Genre: Racing
Developer: Electronic Arts

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
03/06/2007
EU
03/23/2007
JP
09/20/2007
AU
03/22/2007

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Staff Reviews

Burnout Dominator review

Reviewed March 26, 2007

Brian Rowe says: "It’s time to wrap your sweaty mitts around the wheel, clench your teeth, and thread the needle of traffic as you burn your tires down the center line. Blink and you just might find yourself at the wrong end of a five-car pileup."
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