Summary: Prepare your moral compass for cop-killing and foul language. Main character is not a "good guy" like previous games. Many of the reviews I read before buying this game said it was like gta, but not as violent. Well I would say it is just as violent, just not as graphic. You don't bash anyone's head in with a bat or a hammer, but you do murder innocent people. I always held driver higher than gta, but if they're going to go the trash route, gta wins. Good driving though.
Summary: This game is great i am a huge fan of the driver series i have Driver and Driver2 for PS and love them. I have been waiting for a GTA type game for the Wii and i totally missed this game coming out. It is great the game play the story line i love them all. Driver San francisco comes out the end of AUG and i cant wait. This will keep me busy for the next two months till then.
Summary: Overall this a a good driving/adventure game. The graphics are OK. There are alot of places to explore and a wide variety of cars and trucks. The Wii controls are a bit tricky to master for this application and there is some violence and a few 4-letter words. Overall engaging and held my interest.
Summary: Seeing as how Rockstar felt the DS deserved a GTA game (which has become another in the list of excellent games released on Nintendo consoles that hasn't sold as well as it should), they may eventually take a chance and release a game on the Wii, or its successor. Until then, we have Driver: Parallel Lines.
Summary: I enjoyed this game quite a lot. Gameplay: It used the Wii motion controls in a reasonable, natural way that didn't feel forced into the gameplay. The story arc was semi-open, a la GTA, and held my interest throughout. Graphics: Excellent for the Wii. The cutscenes are especially good, in my opinion. The atmosphere of the game was also excellent in its early '70s vibe. Gameplay graphics were very good--the Wii is notorious for having really dumbed down graphics.