Summary: Nothing like the classic driver on the old school playstation. did not seem real, I played for a while being good cop and bad guy. The whole moving between cars with this new found vision of dropping in on cars and taking over the body was not cool,.
Summary: I really liked the physics of the game whereas some people may not. This game sits somewhere between realistic and unrealistic racing. You can get in a 200 mph front-end collision and be just fine.
Summary: in general the game was fun, but you just can't keep on playing it after finishing the story for all those best cars in the game. Plus, in multiplayer mode, you can't switch cars that you own other than shifting.
Summary: I was a fan of the original Driver and it's sequel Driver 2. I also managed to look past all the flaws of the 3rd game, and enjoyed that one as well. It was obvious the series was going down hill so I never played any of the games after that. Driver San Francisco is a definite return to form though.
Summary: Being a San Francisco resident, I found it great fun driving round a facsimile of my home town. Often, it took me out of the game itself and I just wanted to go and explore while driving at 150mph (something I wouldn't do in real life ... honest). This game is a lot of fun.