Driver: San Francisco - PC

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  • 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

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Platform: PC | Edition: Standard

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With crime lord Charles Jericho now on the loose San Francisco faces a terrible threat. Only one man can stand against him. He has driven the streets of a hundred cities, spent his whole life putting criminals behind bars. But to take Jericho down, there can be no turning back, and he knows that this may very well be his last ride. His name is John Tanner. He is the driver.

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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

Synopsis

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 Information

Platform:PC  |  Edition:Standard
ASIN B002I0HFBC
Release date September 27, 2011
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3.2 out of 5 stars 58 customer reviews

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Product Dimensions 0.6 x 5.3 x 7.4 inches
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Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard Verified Purchase
Story line is ok, driving these cars is like driving the Titanic, you can't turn them! They turn so slow and when you hit something you bounce around like your in a pin ball machine! It is way too hard to steer, you get tired of repeating all the missions that you failed. It requires compatibility with Windows 8 to install. Plus the Ubisoft game manager is annoying and it has like two million updates for the game and itself. Plus I have a powerful gaming computer and I never had a problem putting the settings as high as possible before, but it runs like its being ran on the weakest computer on Earth! I lower the settings to the lowest possible and it runs a little better, but still crappy! I've seen better graphics on other games and never had a problem with putting the settings like that! I just don't recommend this at all.
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Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard
I've never been big on racing games, though I did enjoy GTA 4 and Saints Row 2 and 3 immensely. I think because they were more than racing games and that had a big appeal. Driver: San Francisco is definately more than just a racing game. It's a very unique approach that makes it very interesting and loads of fun. Its got a great story, the cars are amazing the graphics of the city are amazing and its just loads of fun!

Every once in a while I hit a frame rate issue but it hasn't happened very often, usually its very smooth. The popping around from car to car is pretty fun and what I'm discovering is that you don't have to be the fastest car or the best driver to win a race, sometimes popping around and taking out your competition is more effective. There's a lot more than racing though, theres stunts and jumps and other fun.

My only complaint, and this is just the GTA 4 in me, is that when you drive on the sidewalk, everyone jumps out of the way. I'm still hoping I get to hit a few of them but I never do!

The way its setup reminds me a lot of Prototype actually with lots of challenges, side missions, dares, etc and theyre all over the city and you just have to find them on the map and go try it (sometimes more than once to get it right).

I paid $7.49 for this game on a download sale and its worth every cent. I'm getting a ton of great gameplay out of it and I certainly recommend the game!
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Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard Verified Purchase
After 45 minutes of this game installing UbiSoft Download Manager, updating, verifying and then creating a #*&# account I thought I'd finally be able to play this game. Wrong! Kept updating then told me something was wrong with MY internet connection. Seriously? How can that be when the developers of this 'game' spent the last 45 minutes updating it and installing all their insidious crap on my computer. Then I chose 'play offline'. I thought that might work, but oh no! Then I got the message: Driver.exe stopped working. UGH!

And yes, I know how to install software. I have all the Need for Speed games, TDU2, Burnout, The Sims 3, fs2004 and FSX and installed them all with no problem. This was a nightmare! Just goes to show how companies are now penalizing the people who actually PAY to use their product. Sad.

Dell XPS I7 2400
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Windows 7
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Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard Verified Purchase
I wanted to like this game. I bought this PC version simply because my PS3 version does not support my steering wheel and pedals. But when I got the game, it would not work correctly. I upgraded my drivers and then it wouldn't work at all. The problem seems to be with the UPlay start up and I can't bypass that. I contacted Ubisoft technical support and they asked me to send them two files of info about my computer. One file went through, but apparently the other did not, despite multiple tries. So they did not resolve my problem and the game is useless.
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Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard Verified Purchase
This game is pure fun. So many games confine you into a system of "you must do this, then you must to this, and then..." But Driver San Francisco is much more free form. Yes, there are missions and challenges that you can undertake, and they unlock further content, but you can decide if and when you undertake them. Until then, you are perfectly free to drive like a madman through the streets of San Francisco in whatever vehicle you choose and make your own fun.

For full disclosure, I should mention that I returned the PC version (my computer wasn't up to it) and picked up the PS3 version, but the review is valid nonetheless.
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By Fred on November 16, 2014
Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard Verified Purchase
This game is ok. I keep having problems with playing it on my computers. I managed to get it working on my laptop, but I have had to reload it twice so far. (Within a week) This game is fun, but definitely not GTA or NFS.
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Platform for Display: PC DownloadEdition: Standard
The Good: Lots of awesome real world cars, game looks good, cars handle well, huge variety of missions, story is interesting and off-beat, characters are actually likable

The Bad: Side missions repeat ad nauseum, story is unbelievable, a lot of the cars feel the same, boost almost feels useless at low speeds

The Driver series has been pretty rocky ever since the first game came out in 1998. The PS1 classic was one of a kind, but sparked some bad to average sequels. San Francisco is the come back for the series and it is very and strong will please fans of the original. The story is kind of weird and takes a super natural spin with the lead guy (John Tanner) getting into an accident and falling into a coma after wanted criminal Jericho smashes into his car. Tanner can now leave his body and float around the city entering any car he wants and this is what the game is wrapped around.

Most of the game consists of various side missions such as dares, speed chases, races, protecting vehicles etc. You can leave the car on the fly and move around to any car and smash into the car you need to take down. This can also be used in races to slow opponents down so you can win, but don't consider this cheating since most of the races are very challenging. Some times you have to swap between two cars constantly and keep them in 1st and 2nd place which is pretty exhilarating. Or you can just enter cars in oncoming traffic and smash them up to win the race. This can also be down in other various missions and its great fun and never really gets old to take a big rig and smash it into cars to take them out.

However, this all gets old very fast because there are 50+ to finish and as you unlock more of the city you get more side missions to complete.
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