Summary: After buying every racing/driving game on the market since the introduction of the Playstation (and taking them all back after being disappointed in some fashion or another), I finally have found a driving game that I enjoy! This game plays with the same feel as Grand Theft Auto, except with the graphics of Destruction Derby. A lethal combination of fun and a never ending shelf-life.
Summary: Driver is sure to go down as a classic in the Playstation library. It puts Grand Theft Auto to shame. Anyone who's ever watched car chases in movies such as French Connection, Bullit, and the Driver should buy this now. Okay, so the plot and video sequences are underpar. Big deal, what makes this game great is the control and the fun factor. When you are speeding up a San Francisco hill and fly right over top of another car, you will thank me for recommending this game.
Summary: Although not as sleek or sophisticated as some of the other driving games on the market, Driver does provide something the others do not. A sense of adventure. The game does not force feed a load of cartoonish or mindless sets of missions, but rather provides a well developed story line that gets the gamer engrossed in the situations and circumstances the character finds himself in.
Summary: I got this game because I wanted a good street-arcade racer where you could just drive around smashing into things. I got what I wanted. Driver includes four real US cities (relatively accurate in street layouts) complete with traffic and police who generally want to smash you up because you've broken the law. The traffic is fairly realistic, going so far as to have their own accidents occasionally and honking at you for reckless driving or nearly broadsiding them.
Summary: Driver, which is all about running away from the police and fulfilling the requests of the underworld, is a lot of fun at first. After finishing the game in a day or two, it becomes somewhat monotonous due to the limited number of cities and the limited number of vehicles that you can drive with. Also, the graphics and game play can be very clunky and the game itself is poorly designed.
Summary: Driver is a real fun game but very hard.When you go to undrecoverand and you have to do all all those tricks in a minute it seems impossible.I have hade driver for a year and I still can't beat the first level of undercover.That is why I am giving this game a 4 star.If you wan't a really fun game get Need For Speed:High Stakes
Summary: OK, I'm in my 30's, so my reactions aren't upto a teenagers, but I've been playing games since Atari 2600's. To play the main game in Driver, you need to complete a skills test in a car park (think of the film Taxi Driver, but without Jodie Foster). Well, this Dad couldn't do it, despite some hints and tips I got off a few sites. This means that I've never played most of this game, even though the bits I can access look and play great.
Summary: This is the most enjoyable driving game I have ever played, and the only thing I can see that they can improve on is maybe getting out of the car, because driving around constantly kind of gets old. Also, I got to the last level in 2 or 3 days. The only reason why I gave this product a 4 was because the last level was so incredibly hard, I couldn't even beat the level with an invincibility code!
Summary: Great game however after a while did get a little boring, driving the same car on the same street almost. NYC was tough for me, that's the last city you have to get through. Was hooked for a month on getting there. Can't wait to see what Driver 2 will look like...!
Summary: Thought I'd just respond to the person who said he couldn't pass the initial test that allows you to start missions. It took me about 45 minutes, it was frustrating, but now I can do it about 1 out of 3 times. It really isn't that difficult. The gameplay itself is very fun, with the 70's feel and music, and fairly accurate depictions of the cities.