• Danger Zone

    I reveled in the bull-in-a-china-shop ethos of Three Fields Entertainments’ last game, Dangerous Golf. Both it and Danger Zone – like the Crash mode of the Burnout series which inspired them – are all about taking an object (be it a golf ball or a car) and smashing them through the environment for satisfying big scores. While Danger Zone undoubtedly sets the world ablaze, it also require...
  • Review: Danger Zone

    Danger Zone (PC [reviewed], PS4) Developer: Three Fields Entertainment Publisher: Three Fields Entertainment Released: May 30, 2017 MSRP: $12.99 The world of Danger Zone puts you in control of a white car smashing its way through simulations of traffic, effectively recreating Crash Mode from Burnout. There isn’t a lick of racing or multiplayer to be found, sadly. Everything you do takes place ...