Burnout Revenge takes the best features of its predecessor and gives it to you in newer, better, sleeker and more explosive ways. The raceways are bigger, more complex and full of shortcuts and different levels that lets you get the drop (literally) on the other cars that much easier. Though there was only one race on the demo disc, I played it a few dozen times, and kept finding new ways to sneak ahead or ambush an unsuspecting opponent. I was always amazed when I would get knocked away from my target and end up finding another way to get to the finish line. These alternate routes include tunnels, construction sites, under the interstate, on top of or even through buildings. I have yet to play through the race and not find some new strategy. If the rest of the tracks are anywhere near the complexity of this one -- then we are in for a treat.