Summary: I loved this game so much on the Wii, I purchased a PS2 game console and this games on PS2 just so I can play it. Wish they had created it for PS3. I love the music and the old school feel of this game. It is for a mature audience though because there is some violence and profanity.
Driver: Parallel Lines is a mediocre GTA clone with a dull storyline, second-rate gameplay, and subpar control.
GABRIEL PEREZ "GAP Computer", Amazon
1 April 2013
Summary: The Good Lots of side missions The frame rate stays pretty smooth. The Bad Flat story makes everything uninteresting Wii controls are kind of a mess Shameless GTA knockoff "Enhanced" realism gets in the way of the rest of the game.
Summary: I like this product due to the grafics and the cars. If you like the oldies like I do then you may like the music too. I would recomend it to almost anyone, especially if you like the driver games.
Summary: The music chosen for this game was perfect. Every single track is excellent. Pure hits! The soundtrack alone is worth what I paid for this game. At least for the 70s era part. The 00s era's music they chose is 95% garbage, but it does make it funny sometimes.
Summary: The action opens in 1978. You play an 18-year-old named TK who have moved to New York City in search of excitement. You're pretty good behind the wheel of a car, and you quickly catch on with a crew of criminals looking to make it big.