Driver

Driver

San Francisco

CD-ROM or DVD-ROM - 2011 | PlayStation 3
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A car chase playground. Discover the cinematic driving sensation of over 120 licensed cars as you chase your enemies through the most iconic locations of San Francisco.
Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : Ubisoft, Inc., c2011.
Edition: PlayStation 3
Branch Call Number: TEEN PlayStation 3
Characteristics: 1 computer optical disc : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 2 instruction sheets.

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crog1989 Jul 31, 2012

Great game.

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gtamaster7
Apr 08, 2012

A Really Great Game. You can explore the beauties of San Francisco and the Inland Area.
It's a thing of beauty. The only thing that needs improvement is the car selection. They don't have that many Mercedes-Benz. No BMW's, Mazda's, Subaru's, Honda's and others. Another thing they should improve is the area of the city. Personally, I think the area is too short. They should have set it in the Greater Vancouver Area or Greater Toronto Area or like GTA: San Andreas where they have a fictional state. If it was a state like game they should call it Driver: Pacific Northwest. Includes Greater Vancouver, Seattle, Los Angeles and other big major cities. That would be awesome but overall it's a good game.
Rating: 4/5 Stars

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gtamaster7
Apr 08, 2012

gtamaster7 thinks this title is suitable for 10 years and over

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gtamaster7
Apr 08, 2012

Good Game, with a RAGE like Engine. (Rockstar Games like Graphics for Max Payne 3 and GTA: 5.

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gtamaster7
Apr 08, 2012

Other: Moderate Uses of Hell and Damn. Some drug references but none are used. A scene where Jones says that when Tanner shifts into a chick (beautiful woman) does he keeps his hands on the wheel. Jones is thinking that Tanner might be keeping his hands on his breasts since he is in a chick's body. Otherwise nothing too serious.

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gtamaster7
Apr 08, 2012

Jones: "So John when you are a chick, do you keep your hands on the wheel?". It is an obvious sex reference.

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