After several disappointing Driver games, Driver: San Francisco is a return to form. The sheer amount of roads that are available to be driven on is astounding, and on top of that add the multiplayer modes, the plethora of game modes, challenges and stunts that can be accomplished and you're left with a game that will last hours and hours of game time. The shift mechanic is a little hard to get used to, especially coming from a game that's usually quite grounded in reality, but it doesn't take much to get used t...
If you didn’t make it to E3 and are not currently enjoying yourself in Cologne then worry not, Ubisoft have announced that there will be a multiplayer demo for Driver: San Francisco on August 17th. That’s tomorrow, just in case you were wondering. The demo will be available on Xbox LIVE and the PlayStation network […]
Kicking off the countdown to the game’s release on September 2nd, 2011, Ubisoft announced today that a single-player demo of Driver: San Francisco for the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3 will be available tomorrow. “The Driver franchise has always been defined by the excitement of high speed chases and the freedom to drive anywhere […]
It’s starting to get close to the promised release date of Driver: San Francisco now. After what seems like a lifetime of delays it seems as if it’s actually going to happen, and happen soon. This new developer diary talks to a few key people in the development of the upcoming title and goes a […]