Summary: I bought this game because of a recommendation from a Youtuber I watch, it is some of the most fun I've had in a driving game. The cars feel really weighty and are fun to drive. While the story doesn't grab me, after ~30 minutes of the story, you are allowed to free-roam the city.
Summary: Fun, good response with steering wheel which is what I liked so much about the original game back in 2000. You can stick to one car or jump around (that reminds me of GTA but you can use a controller properly here) so you can play most of this the way you want to play. Thanks.
Awesome gameplay ideas are plagued by sheer repetition
Richard Baker "BinaryMessiah", Amazon
28 March 2012
Summary: The Good: Lots of awesome real world cars, game looks good, cars handle well, huge variety of missions, story is interesting and off-beat, characters are actually likable The Bad: Side missions repeat ad nauseum, story is unbelievable, a lot of the cars feel the same, boost almost feels useless at...
Summary: It's a good game but could have been much better if you take the original in comparison to this one. If they had only improved the physics, graphics and its weak storyline a bit could compete with GTA and Sleeping Dogs.
Like car chases? Like a cool 70s soundtrack? Like cars? Then this game is for you.
R. Smith, Amazon
28 November 2011
Summary: I got this game a little while after the initial release. I was determined NOT to pay the full asking price on Steam and because I am a bit old skool I prefer physical media anyway. For measly £16 I get the DVD version. Installs with little issue. I must say I do find the UBISOFT DRM very annoying.
Summary: Well what more can I say for £8 a must buy, I'd recommend a game pad of some sort to experience the game properly. I personally use a 360 pad and can't fault it. Anyway from what I have seen so far 1st - The graphics are very good I wasn't expecting them to be as good as they were 2nd - Very fun...
Summary: This game really does show that driving games can use realistic settings and streets, and keep the excitement of the game. The game benefits from not pushing you into the story and completing challenges is only needed for unlocking areas of San Francisco.
Summary: The plot to this game is beyond absurd, so don't take it too seriously. The shift mechanic works very well, and is very different to the usual "car-theft" scenarios in previous Drivers. The cars all feel fantastic, and the game itself looks beautiful - San Francisco is done justice.