Summary: First before i say anything this review wont just complain about the steering and handbrake. the steering isnt that bad you just use the nunchuk control stick but the handbrake is a little tricky because you tilt it to activate it, which sometimes you relax and let tilt to the side. also a steering wheel will not work.
Summary: this game is just like any other grand theft auto for other systems. the controlls are twichy for some cars and loose for others. real fun to get used to. and the best part is it never gets boring! you can go from crusing on a chopper to 110-120 miles an hour racing anytime. even jump roofs with a dirt-bike. if you want a game that will last you a while than this is for you i am still playing it after almost 2 years!!!
Summary: hello yes driver: parallel lines was a very cool game like grand theft auto but a way cooler version and I like the time period that the game goes through the 70s to the 2000s I love the idea I think its awsome that I had the honor out of all the people that bought it that I got to play it thank keep those amazing idea coming the more chance you guy get pop those ideas out thanks again Shelby T.
Summary: The only downside is that some of the graphics aren't as good as the newer stuff and the controls take a bit of getting used to, but it's a brilliant continuation of the driver series of games.
Conclusion: Bought this as I wanted a cheap GTA-esque game for the Wii and was pleasantly suprised how good it was!! The controls were pretty tricky to start especially handbrake turns you have to right at the start! The graphics are not to bad the camera is a bit tricky to master as you use your Wii remote to look at your surroundings etc while you walk/run with the nunchuck. All in all for Â£10 you cant go wrong, nice little game to add to your collection!