Summary: I bought Driver San Fransisco..loved it..every aspect of the game is superb...controllers are great and cut-scenes are short like they should be and free roam is tight..... Driver: Parallel Lines however is another story....First Let me give you the Pro's..there is one..you can exit your vehicle.take another another or even run people over or fight people out of your car.... Now the Cons...Game play is terrible...the control''s in the game just do not work..
Summary: The graphic looks good compared to other Wii games. However, bad controlling scheme makes it un-playable. I can't reverse the car. The manual says "Press Z-button and tilt the Nunchuck to make the car turn 360 degrees" but it does not work at all. When the car I drove hit the wall and got stuck, I tried every movements with both the Wii controller and the Nunchuck but it was still stuck. I searched the Web for tips but none worked. After 2 days, I traded it in.
Summary: I have this game on PS2 and it is awesome! Decided I wanted it on Wii, thinking that it'd be even more fun using the Wii stearing wheel. Come to find out, the idiots that made the version for Nintendo Wii system, didn't make it for use with the Wiii Stearing Wheel controls. Thus, making the game controls way more harder to use, and it was so difficult I just gave up.
Summary: I own this game on PS2 and it is awesome. Not as great as the original Driver, but close. However, ON Wii, THIS GAME SUCKS because YOU CANNOT USE ANY Wii STEERING WHEEL with this game. NO STEERING WHEELS AT ALL! ON the Wii version, THE VERY STUPID MAKERS OF THIS Wii VERSION of DRIVER PL, must have been taking drugs when thinking it would be better to use the Nanchuck for driving. Very stupid!