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Driver San Francisco Review

Driver San Francisco Review
3.5
Game Name: Driver San Francisco
Platforms: PlayStation Network, Mac, Wii, PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3
Publisher(s): Ubisoft Entertainment
Developer(s): Ubisoft Entertainment
Genre(s): Driving/Racing, Crime
Release Date: Sept. 6, 2011
ESRB Rating: T

 

Ubisoft brings it home with the all new Driver SF. In Driver SF you are a cop that needs to help out the city, before you can go after the man you put in jail who pulled off a daring daylight escape. But there is a twist, during you pursuit you are in a huge accident and you’re in a dream-like state.

 

 

While in this dream-like state you have the ability to have your soul (if you will) jump out of your body and take over any other person that is driving and control them. So you need to help police catch high speed chases or help criminals get away from the police, and by doing so you get pieces of the puzzle to help you track down Jericho (the man your after) by helping criminals pull off  getaways, you work your way up in the criminal world.

 

 

So the controls, well it seem that for a racing game that the driver / steering of the cars is very, very sensitive and you also seem to spin out very easily and this is frustrating. For example: if you are doing a high speed chase and need to keep dealing damage to the car you are after to make it stop, that car might make a turn easily and you try the same turn you seem to get stuck doing 360’s and cannot get your car to straighten out. Doesn’t matter if you drift, slide, hand brake turn or just brake and turn it always seems to happen.

 

 

Driver SF offers a whole new take on the series and offers something to both get new players and return old fans to the series. Ubisoft added the “U-play” to Driver SF as is a lot of publishers are adding to their games for online access, but U-play also offers bonus content and modes when the code is activated. The online modes that are unlocked are very worth it and fun for any player!

 

 

Game 2 Gamer’s Final Score 3.5 / 5

 

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