Summary: Driver 3 for the Xbox is a third person action game, where you play a cop out to chase down and kill crime syndicates. The game is similar to Grand Theft Auto in concept, but not at all in execution. You can walk or run around on foot missions and explore the cityscape or you can cruise around with a vehicle of your choice. You can play the single player story mode if you want to see the story or you can play free-mode where you can roam around doing whatever you want.
Summary: this game has excellent graphics and physics, but that doesn't make it any more fun to play the first 30 seconds of a level 30 times because if you miss one turn or clip a tree and have to start over. Even missions that should be easy like following a police car to a crime scene are easily blown by one mistake. I've only played this game to level three and I'm already setting it aside.
Summary: This game is just a major headache--can anyone say Stuntman? Oh my gosh, this game hides so well. It has this beautiful outside appearance--the graphics are amazing the voice acting is decent and played "real name" actors like Ving Rhames. The plot is pretty hardcore and what they say you will get to do sounds awesome!! THE PROBLEM?? Everything else! Once you get past the superficiality of the above topics, the game SUCKS!
Summary: Only 3 missions into the game and I am annoyed. I'll quote another reviewer: "When you play missions over and over and over constantly failing to even get close to the car your trying desperately to chase because your burn out or hit a pole that completely stops you and with in seconds the title says " You lost him" or " He got away" , the frustration is unbearably constant." The controls suck.
Summary: Ok. i have been a fan of the driver series ever since it's first release many many years ago. The graphics, the physics, even the fact that they weren't liscenesed cars. Now that we have the good ole past out of our way, lets talk about driver 3. I bought this game without reading any reviews. I never read reviews till i explore things for myself. I read the manual and less than halfway through it i came to the credits.