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: Driver San Francisco tries to emulate a swanky 70s detective movie atmosphere in modern times and, in contrast to recent games of the series, puts the focus back on cars and cars only. For most parts the execution is quite well.
Summary: I began this game, expecting the Driver Franchise to be ruined because I heard that you can't get out of your car, and it was just driving. I expected it to be like the last two. I didn't watch trailers or reviews I just went straight to playing the game.
Summary: Basically this game is quite good, but there are some problems. the MI is infernal. The civilians know nothing about the rules of the road(they can't even let the police or ambulance with its siren screaming go), they are blind, deaf and their intelligence is a void function.
Summary: Driver San Francisco will fly well under the radar on the PC platform, but it really shouldn't. The shift mechanic takes a decent game and makes it great. Imagine having an open city full of stunts and challenges but you don't have to drive to any of them?