FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage is ideal for casual gamers because it is has pick-up-play modes, and there are career modes for hardcore gamers to enjoy. This racing game is very similar to the Burnout games, but unlike the Burnout games, the destruction is not the main aim of the game, the destruction is merely a perk of the game.
What makes FlatOut different from BurnOut?
FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage is all about racing where destroyed vehicles and environments are a consequence of the game. Burnout is mostly about destruction where you are rewarded for destroying other cars. FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage also has more destructible objects per track, with some courses having over 8000 destructible items. You may choose a racing mode to suit your mood. If you want an in-depth and long game, then take a career mode and race through a tournament. If you want a quick smash and dash around the course, then log in to Windows Live and race a few eager strangers.
See every scratch and every ding
As your vehicle takes damage, you can see the damage on you vehicle. As you race, your vehicle gathers its own collection of racing scars. The career mode is good for people who want a longer game. After you have completed the game or you are tired of taking on the computer, you can try a deathmatch or multiplayer game, which extends your playing time for as long as you can stomach the action.