Rated 0 out of 10
by THE510KILLER had driver for ps1
i am hoping of getting driver for the 360 cause when i got my ps1 the was the first game i got and it was great hope that is good whit new cars and could use cheat codes would be amazing
Rated 8 out of 10 by thatoneracingguy Definitly a new kind of game!
Driver: SF is one of those games where you either love it or can't stand it. Personally, I loved it once I got used to the unique style of gameplay. Being able to move from your car to an A.I. car is definitly a new experience that takes some getting used to. Once you appreciate the game for what it is, it's really addicting! By the way, THIS IS NOT A RACING GAME! The gameplay revolves around different driving activities like evading cops, catching criminals, and performing stunts (although there are some racing activities). The story line was solid and really drove the game (no pun intended). The graphics are excellent and the gameplay is easy for a beginner to pick up as well as being challenging for experienced gaming drivers! The only things that bothered me was the soundtrack which wasn't anything special and the short story mode. Other than that, solid game! For me, having a game that takes place in the Bay Area was a real treat and honestly was one of the reasons I bought it.
Rated 0 out of 10 by Milky216 ...better left unsaid!
The pre release buzz for this game has all but evaporated. Fuzzy street dates, average looking graphics, game play that offers nothing new, and the one intriguing feature added to this game now has a high fantasy line of cheese Chester the cheetos cheetah would envy.
I’m referring to the “Shift” feature that lets you “phase” from one car to another due to the fact that our hero Tanner is… (spoiler alert) already in a coma which yanks the players chain by saying Ha Ha! you’ve been playing one big long dream sequence. I was stun the developers let that cat out the bag too!Had they left that for some big twist at the end I could understand! (some things are better left unsaid!)
Listen Ubisoft… If you really want to wipe the taste of Driv3r out of peoples mouth and apologize for Parallel Lines being such a flop… get back to what made Driver the game so fun and Grand Theft Auto want to copy… Down to earth street driving with big jumps, movie making, limited gun play, and a really good story line that didn’t sound like it was written by a 4 year old!
If you can’t do that then keep Tanner in a comma and wake me when your done!
Rated 4 out of 10 by ginkman okay...for awhile
This isn't so much a bad game as it is disappointing.I really like the driver series especially the early games.The series really has gone downhill.This game kind of brings back some of driving fun of the original games.The graphics in this game are fantastic add to that the licensed cars are really well done although driving dynamics are on the arcadish side.The main letdown is the story line.To say it's weak is an understatement even the shift idea (which is very clever) gets boring quickly because you just don't care about any of the characters or what happens to them.If you're a 10 year old boy this game could be fun.Otherwise a week is enough time for this game.Too bad because with a better story the series could have been back on track.
Rated 0 out of 10 by Fox302 Looks great but
Alright, I have played all the old Driver games and loved them. This series has a good reputation and track record so I'm hoping they keep up the good work on this new installment...But here is my question: This game is coming out at the end of this month, WHY isn't it all over the front pages of every gaming website??? I mean I had to type it in the search bar to get it to even show up...For a popular game like this that doesn't make a lot of sense to me. Need For Speed is also a great racing game series HOWEVER they have made a few titles that were complete garbage and nobody saw it coming. PLEASE don't upset us Driver. All I can hope for is that they made the 100+ cars sound real and authentic. Time will tell...
Rated 0 out of 10 by Thursday43 Not that bad
I played the demo and I thought it was very entertaining. All the licenced cars are awesome from a DeLorean to a Camero. There are a few changes but they don't really effect the gameplay (except the controls). One thing that I noticed for some reason is that Tanner doesn't have his kickass voice anymore and you can actually see his face unlike in previous driver games and he isn't all not talkitive anymore. All I know is that it is undoubtfully going to be better than Driver: Parallel Lines which wasn't a great game. If you are an average Driver player then you will have fun in this Driver game. You should download the demo before buying to figure out everything. (controls, etc.)
Rated 0 out of 10 by dragulah dont judge a book by its cover, or a game by video
just got done with the demo, all I can say is I am impressed. The muscle cars sound like muscle cars, downright mean. The driving is geared more toward arcade, but its not test drive unlimited 2, no where near it. the handling is actually really good, power sliding is so much fun in this game. wanna light up the tires? hold the brake and the gas and watch the smoke show...wanna launch? hold the e-brake rev the motor and let go....just like dumping a clutch in a real car. I cannot wait until this game comes out. And the car selection? just awesome. If you want an all out just fun to drive game, car chases, legit jumps, damage....etc buy this game, or at least try the demo.
Rated 10 out of 10 by Fanlen AMAZING GAME!
First of all, I am a huge fan of the Driver series but when I first heard this was coming out I didn't think it would be that good. I bought it anyway and it is the best Driver game ever made. My friends say they like Driver 3 better because you can get out of the car but here's what I think: its called DRIVER, not get out of the car and walk. The only bad part of this is the multiplayer so if you get the demos off Xbox Live or PSN, don't get the multiplayer demo. The shift feature is epic and the cars are awesome. You can get them up to 300mph. You can also drive a Shelby Cobra on the streets (similar to Driver 3) but it is way faster.
Rated 10 out of 10 by Xbox360man250 the game you can relax on
Driver San Francisco is a good game. I'm loving it and it was the first game I bought for my Xbox360. I would recommended it except for a few things. First off don't expect to be beating the game anytime soon if you get it because of the fact that there is SO much in the game and it definitively gets harder as you go on. So you are definitely getting your money worth.($40.00) secondly, I have been working on completing this game for a couple of months now. Now i am not a person who sits my butt on a couch all day and plays video games for 8 hours a day so that's partially why it has taken me so long. But the other, even bigger reason why it has taken so long is because this level i am on is nearly impossible. Well, lets put it this way. The game works your skill up for what is needed to be a pro in the game and then all off a sudden it expects you to do something that is so incredibly hard, it is not funny. however, the graphics and sound and everything in this game are so great, Now mostly i don't even try to beat the game i just drive around in a car. also, on the graphics, they are really really great. if you know cars and San Francisco, you will see that everything is the same as it is in real life. lastly, the people in this game are actually pretty funny to listen to. there conversations and topics are awesome. Lastly I just want to say that YOU SHOULD GET THIS GAME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Rated 0 out of 10 by JudicialFury Loved the demo
When this game was announced, I was thrilled. When I heard that exiting your vehicle (known in Driv3r, Driver: Parallel Lines, and Driver '76) had been replaced by the Shift feature, I was skeptical, and a bit turned off. When I played the demo, I was completely turned on. Though I will miss the weapons and exiting the vehicle, the realism of this game and the amazing driving physics will make this game insane. The licensed vehicles make the game even more realistic, and the cars sound identical to how they would sound in reality. I would know this, because I am a car geek. :p