The Backbone Of Driver - The Chases - Is G.O.N.E!!!!
23 April 2007
Summary: The thrill of the chase is gone.... Now youre just driving from A to B just for the hell of it... So dont waste your money buying... just rent! Quite clearly Reflections are dellusionally disoriented... They sacrifice the very thing that uphold the fans interests.. - the ALMIGHTY chases..
Summary: When i read the review I had a vision of a game that was infinitely better and improved over its predocesser... The truth is it is not. Although it improves in some areas, such as the heat only being given to your car and Driver going back to its routes it still suffers some very simple problems.
Summary: This will be the Xbox's swan song. It has everything from storyline, fast cars and big afro's. Every Xbox out there wont be complete unless its played Driver Parallel lines. TK is a happy go lucky wheel man on the dirt ridden streets of New York 1978 who ends up in jail and driven by Revenge in 2006...
Summary: XBOX version reviewed. Reflections' Driver series of realistic crime-sims first came to fame on the original Play Station and soon went on to grace nearly every format, but sadly soon fell from grace with the advent of the highly-acclaimed and popular Grand Theft Auto series.
Summary: Driver: Parallel Lines is a great improvement from the dissapointing Driv3r. Not only did Reflections improve the on-foot controls (which includes a new targeting system for the weapons), but they also decided to bring the series back to its roots, focasing more on driving.
Summary: Driver 3, or 'Driv3r' as Reflections bizarrely titled it, was met with a chorus of catcalls when it launched several years ago. Much like 'Tomb Raider: Angel of Darkness' it was the long-awaited debut of a beloved franchise on the new generation of consoles, and also like that ill-fated Tomb Raider...