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. Still, I love free roam open world games and this is one of the best!
Summary: Famous reviewers make me laugh, this is definitely NOT a GTA clone, just because it has a free-roaming city and missions to choose across the map doesn't mean it's somethign to avoid if this is not called GTA. Although this game doesn't really feel like the older Driver games (even if it has the same dark and gritty atmosphere), it's worth a shot.
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. Driver: Parallel Lines wasn't a good game when it came to conventional consoles over a year ago, and putting it on the Wii hasn't helped matters at all.
Summary: It's almost comical the way Gamespot bashes this game. It sounds so amateuristic to compare it to Gta just because its an open world game where you can kill people and drive cars. Far Cry? True Crime? The Getaway? Scarface, The Godfather, Mercenaries... C'mon people, this is a concept that is used over and over again, and by the way, I think gta is overrated, there, I said it! Gta is not as fantastic as everyone makes it out to be!
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. New York has been created and rendered exceptionally well. The streets, the alleys, the cars, and all other parts of the environment are nicely done. The day and night cycles also look very nice.
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. This being the late '70s, "making it big" eventually turns out to mean, "Start a cocaine empire." But, as these things normally go, stuff doesn't pan out quite so well for TK, and he gets locked up for 28 years.