In Driver: San Francisco, you are in the mind of series protagonist John Tanner, who was involved in a brutal crash while chasing a criminal, and is now in a coma.
This allows him to explore San Francisco by Shifting from car to car, taking control of their actual drivers, and doing pretty much whatever he wants, from racing, to getting in trouble with the cops and other such things.
His adventures do have a purpose, as he needs to explore the city and track down Charles Jericho, a bad guy from the previous Driver and Driver 2 titles, now escaped from police custody and loose on the streets of the city.
The gameplay involves Tanner engaging in a variety of car-related activities, from straight up races to challenges like driving fast in the oncoming lane or avoiding crashes. Doing such things nets him Willpower points, which can be exchanged at Garages through San Francisco for new cars or upgrades.
Driving vehicles feels pretty good, with the title keeping an arcade feel, even if some rear-wheel drive cars, like Tanner’s trademark Dodge Challenger, are inclined to lose control a bit too easily when going round corners.
The Good things in Driver San Francisco:
Shifting allows you to take control of any vehicle with just a few buttons presses. Activating shift lets you float above the city, from varying levels of zoom that allow for up-close views of roads all the way to a bird’s-eye view. You can highlight any car you like, and with another button press, you’re in the driver’s seat, ready to take on the criminal horde.
In Driver San Francisco, the game world is huge, and there are hundreds of miles of road for you to drive on and explore. Fortunately, any worries about laborious driving to reach missions are laid to rest with shift. Zooming out to a bird’s-eye view allows you to see all of the missions on the map, which are marked by clear icons. You can zip from a mission on one side of the city to another in seconds, minimizing downtime and letting you get straight into the action.
The Bad things in Driver San Francisco:
Driver aims to add something completely new to the genre across its wide spread of 19 multiplayer modes. 11 are online, 5 are split-screen competitive and 3 are split-screen co-operative. Split-screen offers all the same modes.
Driver San Francisco is certainly not without its flaws (repetitive mission types, insanely unbelievable story and an incredibly frustrating final boss fight), there is nothing substantial enough to deny that this could be the revival.In Driver San Francisco, pedestrians don’t get killed by a vehicle like in Grand Theft Auto. They just get slip from their places. It gives unrealistic look in game.
In the end I would like to conclude the whole things. Over all the game is good. It’s has good graphics, good sound tracks, awesome shift ability that offers you to shift from one car to another and get control of the driver of that car. It’s Just like the movie “THE MATRIX”.
The game has full detailed graphics. All cars, roads, buildings, trashes, pedestrians, and all other things are with full of details. PhysX technology is also used in Driver San Francisco which gives a realistic look in game.
Good and bad thing remain in all games. So if you are GAMMER, then you should not take tension of these small flaws. So Install DRIVER SAN FRANCISCO and enjoy it!