Whether or not this particular rumor turns out to be true, more Burnout is needed in this gaming ecosystem.
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If it does get remade, or they create a new open world Burnout game, I hope they introduce route barriers for events. Ending up on completely the wrong road during a race because you missed a turn isn't any fun. More takedown, less paradise.
Though fuck it, we all know EA will lootbox anything into oblivion. That sounds positively optimistic. I'm imagining getting stat upgrades from crates. I'd love to have a Burnout 3 remake so I can race online again. Paradise is a fine open world thing, but actual racing and junk is way better in Takedown compared to the streets and routes of Paradise City.
Buck, Elizabeth Bentzel. Paradise remade: the politics of culture and history in Hawai'i
Elizabeth Buck considers the transformation of Hawaiian culture focusing on the indigenous population rather than on the colonizers.
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She describes how Hawaii's established religious, social, political, and economic relationships have changed in the past years as a result of Western imperialism. Her account is particularly timely in light of the current Hawaiian demands for sovereignty years after the overthrow of the monarchy in Buck examines the social transformation Hawaii from a complex hierarchical, oral society to an American state dominated by corporate tourism and its myths of paradise.
She pays particular attention to the ways contemporary Hawaiians are challenging the use of their traditions as the basis for exoticized entertainment. Buck demonstrates that sacred chants and hula were an integral part of Hawaiian social life; as the repository of the people's historical memory, chants and hula practices played a vital role in maintaining the links between religious, political, and economic relationships. Tracing the ways in which Hawaiian culture has been variously suppressed and constructed by Western explorers, New England missionaries, the tourist industry, ethnomusicologists, and contemporary Hawaiians, Buck offers a fascinating "rereading" of Hawaiian history.
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