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Driver San Francisco

by Ubisoft
Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Teen
116 customer reviews
Metascore: 80 / 100

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  • The True Car Chase Experience - Rediscover the cinematic driving sensations of Driver: loose suspension, long drifts, Hollywood-style crashes and high-speed pursuits in dense traffic.
  • A Relentless Manhunt - Uncover a thrilling character-driven storyline in which personal revenge fuels Tanner's relentless manhunt for Jericho.
  • Shift - As Tanner recovers from a terrible crash, he realizes he has acquired a new ability, Shift, enabling him to instantly change vehicles and take control.
  • A Car Chase Playground - Drive on more than 200 square miles of road network, over the Golden Gate Bridge, and through iconic locations of San Francisco.
  • Multiplayer Mayhem - Experience 10 different addictive multi-player modes, including 6 on-line modes where the Shift feature allows players to be anywhere at any time.
  • Chase down crime lord Charles Jericho in a relentless manhunt as detective John Tanner, the Driver
  • Seamlessly shift between more than 130 licensed cars and keep them constantly in the heart of the action with new groundbreaking gameplay features
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Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Standard

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Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Standard

Product Description

With crime lord Charles Jericho now on the loose, San Francisco faces a terrible threat. Only one man can stand against him. His name is John Tanner. He is the DRIVER. DRIVER SAN FRANCISCO is the return of the established action driving video game series that has sold 14 million copies worldwide. Players will race through the iconic streets of San Francisco across 210 square miles of terrain, with the ability to SHIFT between over 130 licensed muscle and super cars to complete missions, challenges and dares. With its timeless atmosphere, unique car handling and renewed playability, DRIVER SAN FRANCISCO revitalizes the classic free-roaming, cinematic car chase experience for the current generation of video game platforms.

He's the most ruthless crime lord to ever prowl the streets of the City by the Bay. His name is Charles Jericho, and he certainly did not bring his heart to San Francisco. Now the fate of the sunny city rests in the hands of one man: a detective, a hero, a Driver. John Tanner has put hundreds of criminals behind bars and chased injustice out of many a city, but this mission poses a threat like no other — and could be his last. Step into the driver's seat as the hardened detective and get ready for a relentless manhunt that could end either with the restoration of justice or the setting of the sun on the Golden Gate Bridge forever.

Driver San Francisco
Intense chase experience
Intense chase experience
Feel the intensity of each explosion
Play as John Tanner, The Driver
Take the mayhem online
Take the mayhem online


Driver San Francisco puts the wheel back into your hands in the next installation of the classic racing saga. In this battle of good and evil, your car is your weapon; and with a huge arsenal of more than 130 vehicles to choose from, you have endless power within your grasp. Handle your cars with the unique style that established the Driver series as a quintessential chase experience, with an all-new twist. Take the wheel with more control than ever, harnessing the incredible ability to instantly Shift to the exact car you need — at the exact moment you need it. When you spot an enemy a block ahead, swap to a high-powered vehicle and throttle ahead to stop his getaway. When an opponent threatens to drive you off the road, take command of his vehicle and force his demise. Experience an even more enhanced Shift in the six online game modes, transporting yourself across miles in the blink of an eye with the ability to swap locations. Whether you're hunting down the bad guys, racing bumper-to-bumper against a friend or taking on skill-testing dares throughout the city streets, kick it into high gear, forget about the speed limit and don't hesitate for a split second — or this ride could be your last.

Key Features:

  • Chase down crime lord Charles Jericho in a relentless manhunt as detective John Tanner, the Driver
  • Seamlessly shift between more than 130 licensed cars and keep them constantly in the heart of the action with new groundbreaking gameplay features
  • Feel the rush of a real free-roaming, classic, cinematic car chase experience
  • Instantly swap vehicles, shifting to a more powerful car to make a faster getaway, deploying a civilian vehicle to destroy your enemies or even taking control of your opponent's car using the unprecedented Shift ability
  • Tear through more than 200 square miles of road network, over the Golden Gate Bridge and along iconic locations throughout San Francisco, and discover a timeless and realistic atmosphere
  • Take on the identities, the abilities — and the struggles — of different residents across the disaster-stricken city
  • Throttle through 20 challenging races and test your handling skills in 80 dares spread all across the city in additional gameplay modes
  • Ram, tail and overtake your friends in bumper-to-bumper split-screen modes, or take the mayhem online in six frantic modes that give you the ability to instantly transport yourself to different locations
  • Revel in the glory of your most epic stunts and frantic chases by recording, editing and sharing sequences in the Director replay mode
  • Amp up for the action along with a killer soundtrack featuring 60 music tracks from famous artists, as well as the original Driver theme
  • Continues the tradition of the classic racing series that has sold 14 million copies worldwide

Product Details

Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Standard
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  • ASIN: B002I0H8R8
  • Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 6, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (116 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,173 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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43 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Benjamin Archambault on September 9, 2011
Platform for Display: Xbox 360Edition: Standard
Driver: San Francisco is not just "yet another" Driver title to tack onto the legacy of the first two games. The developers said that they wanted to go back to the drawing board and figure out what made Driver 1 so good and why Driv3r and Driver: Parallel lines was so bad. They figured it out.

I don't have to really talk about the good and bad because there's just not much bad to the game at all. But let's break it down:

Ghostly "Shift" mode
The biggest change of the game is the ability to alter your mental perception from one driver in a car to another driver in another car. I thought that I'd hate this shifting experience, but it really works and adds something new to the game.

When you're in a tough chase or see a car that has the right speed or maneuverability, you can simply jam the A button and pick another car to drive.

Although I still like the original Driver better because you had to haul and make few to no mistakes to get away from the cops, the shifting ability still adds so much to the gameplay that I am forced to love it. And you can still drive hard to get away from the cops (or the bad guys) when you want to -- and sometimes the game makes you.

The Physics
I really liked the physics of the first Driver game whereas many people didn't. This game sits somewhere between realistic and Need for Speed. You can get in a 200 mph front-end collision and be just fine. Your car will take a lot of damage, but the damage doesn't appear to take its toll on your car as much as you might think it should.

That said, you can still feel the rubber hitting the road. And when you get air, the car feels like you might think it should.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By D. Young on October 2, 2011
Platform for Display: Xbox 360Edition: Standard
This game is so much fun and pulse pounding that it makes me sweat everytime I get into the action. Let's just say I haven't experienced this type of a rush in racing games since Burnout Revenge circa '06. So it's been a long time for me, I typically avoid racing games. This game absolutely lives up to its hype. I love everything about it. The story is awesome, however it seems like it gets off track just a little bit with the quirky side missions. Don't get me wrong they are fun but I cannot seem to tie them into the main story...anyway, that doesn't take away from any fun the game has to offer. I put about 3 hours into this game thus far and I'm in Chapter 2 right now. So far I am really enjoying myself. NOTE if you are a hardcore racer, then you may think this game is kinda corny. I played NFS Hot Pursuit and I had fun, but this game seems to be more of my speed. I like Driver San Francisco because it's Story Mode is cool, I think Driving/Racing games are cool as long as they have some decent story that I can follow. All and all, I highly recommend this game if you are a casual racing fan, but If you are hardcore with it, they I recommend you wait until a more hardcore racer comes out. Thanks

Ps. The cars are licensed so they look great, so far I've upgraded with prizes to a Dodge Challenger SRT-8 and boy does it move!!!!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Ryan J. Kraus on October 13, 2011
Platform for Display: Xbox 360Edition: Standard
I'll admit right at the top, I have been a fan of the Driver series since the first one. After the disappointing Driv3r, I abandoned the series. I've been wanting a Driver game for awhile now that got that feeling of the original back. This game does it.


- I played the demo and was a little concerned about the controls. Once I played the actual game, the concerns disappeared. The cars all handle differently, some better than others. Some of the initial cars were pretty stiff in the handling department, but once I got into a Lamborghini, the handling was superb. Flying through the streets of San Francisco felt awesome, especially at 200+ m.p.h.
- This game is pretty laid-back. You can take it at about any pace. Don't feel like doing story missions? Just drive around the city, play the dares, finish challenges, etc. You can play this game at your own pace.
- The "Shift" mechanic is actually pretty cool. It is worked well into the story too. Some of the funnest moments I had were when I was chasing down some street racers, I would shift into a large semi-truck, park it perpendicular to the freeway, then watch as all the street racers smashed in to it totaling their cars.


- The graphics were about on par with anything else this generation. The best effects happened when you're speeding along at 150+ m.p.h. the blur effect really gives this game a sense of speed. I didn't notice anything really out of the ordinary such as graphical glitches.
- Cutscenes come in two shapes, rendered CG and using the in-game engine. Sometime conversations will happen while you're driving and you'll see two characters conversing, one on each upper corner of your screen.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 25, 2011
Platform for Display: Xbox 360Edition: Standard
I got this game because Zero Punctuation gave it an uncharacteristically positive review, plus it was based in San Francisco & I'm from the area. It sounded like a lot of fun to be able to take the same streets at top speed.

The game feels like an alternate version of Grand Theft Auto that concentrates on driving missions. Controls are basically the same, the emphasis on mayhem is the same, the cliched movie-style plot is the same. However the whole device of being able to take over people's cars on a split second notice (through astral projection) is such an out-there idea that works so well. It's not like stealing a car in Grand Theft Auto - for instance in car chases you can momentarily commandeer passing cars and send them suicidally careening into police cars. Also it makes it easy to do absurd stunts like fly down the wrong way of the freeway, with no real in-game penalty. And if you're just playing a short game, it's easy to "hop" into some random race or challenge or just free-form driving.

So if I found that very fun, there were some glaring problems. First of all...unlike earlier versions of Driver, the game isn't based off a real map. There's a lot of hills, it's near the ocean, and there's a dozen or so city landmarks, but it's not San Francisco. Nor does it really have a San Francisco sort of feel to it - for instance it will tell you what neighborhood you're in, but the look of the area doesn't resemble the real neighborhood at all. I can imagine this being totally unimportant to a lot of players, but personally I wanted to fly down Mission and maybe run over a hipster or two. The buildings felt a little like painted blocks and devoid of character, and furthermore car crashes weren't handled very well.
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