Driver: San Francisco
this is one 1 of the best free roam driving games taht i have ever played. I really loved the choice of cars.
best DRIVER game out thier
now your talkin best driver game ever and keep it. thier missions are short i wich thier were more.!
I was none-the-less blown away by the story, which I guess made sense, but... didn't? I dunno...Anyways the voice acting was pretty cool and the sounds were spot on. But when doing missions I found myself doing the same things. Race to the end, defuse bombs, chase bad guys, BE bad guys, and then repeat. Other than that I get tired of making 18 wheelers smash into little cars. I guess I'm not a casual gamer.
It is sooooo fun if you want to drive or race with a friend or being solo, you can also be a cop or a bad guy just for fun, but here is the bad part, atfer 30 or 45 minutes or so, i get bored, anyways ,you should get the game, it is fun, Hope this helps!!!!!!!
Driver game are good until this game shows up!!
All the driver games their awesome, you can use arms, performance you're cars and a lot of things. Until this game first, the shift theme is bad, you can't performance your car, the only thing i said is don't buy it.
Could be better
Its a okay game. I dont like it for the single reason that you cant get out of the car. It would be a lot better if you could. I like Driv3r better.
A Mixed Bag
Ever since I was a kid, I've always wanted to see someone make a game about movies that had cars as stars. Driver: San Francisco is as close as anyone has come. Aside from the main story are 13 movie challenges inspired by movies like "The Dukes of Hazzard", "Bulitt", and even "The Blues Brothers". There is also a secret "Back to the Future" reference that leads to something from the first Driver game, but I'll let you find that one. Driver: SF also features the idea of "Shifting" from car to car, and believe me, there are a LOT of cars to pick from. Muscle cars tend to drift, AWD cars accelerate instantly, and hatchbacks can barely move. My only gripe about the cars is that you can't pick the color you want, you have to keep going back into the garage and hope the color you want shows up next. Now the single player is fun, but multiplayer is where the game falls flat. You're given the city of San Francisco to play in and yet there is NO ONLINE FREE ROAM MODE!!!!!! And don't say it's not possible, you and the guy next to you can play localy over splitscreen in a free roam mode. This game had the potential to be my favorite game, but comes in about the top ten. This is a good game, just not online.
Driver: San Fransisco is one of the coolest driving games that I own. It has great graphics, sounds, and gameplay. For multiplayer, though, you have to sign up for a Uplay account. Even after you beat the game (after you beat Jericho) there are still the challenges on the little blue squares that you have to beat before beating the whole game. But overall a very great game and I would recomend it to someone looking for an action/racing/free driving game.
It's a great game with an interesting storyline, but it was over as soon as it started. jjjjjjjjjjjjj
"At first when I got this for christmas, I thought I wouldn't like it THAT much since it's not a game I usually play (NFS, Burnout, TDU2 etc). Anyway, when I started I kept going off course from the freeway where I was supposed to go (Start of game), then I thought I was going to be driving a challenger rt the whole game, when I saw a challenger srt8 I was crossing my fingers for someplace to get a car. Well the garage answered my question in a big way. There's lots of cars to choose from, Even those 200mph exotics! But it's sort of weird when I'm at about 130, because I'm feeling like I'm going so fast. Now the split screen is pretty good when I have my friend over. Even though he's not very good (He dosen't own a PS3 yet). Online is very good as well, you're able to choose several challenges such as Takedown, your either a cop or robber and it's pretty obvious to know what to do. I can't remember all of it, (I haven't played it in a while.) Well I don't have much left to say." ^_^ -Teh street rac0r