Summary: My computer says the game has a virus, so in order to actually play it I have to cut off my virus protection (and cut off wi-fi because I'm paranoid). The gameplay is very simple and the driving controls are a little unrealistic. Other than that it is a simple, easy to understand game.
Summary: Tell a friend the concept of Bus Driver as a computer game and they would probably laugh in your face: "Hey I play this cool game called Bus Driver, I drive buses, follow road rules and stop at bus stops to take people to places"!
Excerpt: As I am a fan of various simulation games such as Railworks, Microsoft Train simulator and Microsoft flight simulator X, I took a gamble and bought Bus Driver. I thought it would be something different to what I already had and indeed it was.
Pros: Good game, entertaining, inexpensive, quite a few buses and missions
Cons: Could do with better graphics, will eventually get repetitive
Summary: I'm quite a fan of simulators and when I ended up getting this as a Christmas present, I thought I wasn't going to enjoy myself. But I was wrong. Bus Driver is in fact, quite enjoyable, if a bit frusrtatiing at times... especially with the braking and steering the buses...
Summary: My little brother loves all things to do with buses. So I got this for him for his birthday. Having seen it first hand (helping him install it, get it running etc), I'm not convinced that there's much longevity in the game for (a) adults, or (b) non-bus lovers, but for him it was perfect.
Summary: Pros: Challenging (in a good way), Strange sort of appeal, moments of fun can be had, Scoring system fair- awards and detracts points based on the quality of your driving e.g whether you use indicators or whether or run red lights or not.
Summary: It's a good game with good realism and is certainly a challenge at times. Having to learn the rules of the road etc is quite interesting and it's certainly different from the usual free roaming driving games.