Ubisoft Reflections founder Martin Edmonson has defended "Always On" DRM, which requires gamers to permanently be online so they can constantly prove their innocence to Ubisoft. Despite Driver: San Fr... read
Flipping vehicles, police car sirens blaring, blockades being destroyed, epic background music and one-liners. There's also some cutscenes peppered in there for good measure. Yup, everything is here for a successful launch t... read
Wait, what the f*ck is a Yelawolf?
Ok, it seems Yelawolf is a white rapper from Alabama who is on the verge of releasing his first major-label produced album. This is quite different from my initial assumption that he wa... read
A few weeks ago, Ubisoft announced that Driver: San Francisco would need a constant connection to the internet to be playable. This resulted in quite a few PC players to be pretty upset, to say the least. But I bring good new... read
Ubisoft was kind enough to release a pile of screenshots today for the not-far-off Driver: San Francisco. The gallery includes a selection licensed cars, running from the police and other shenanigans. Launch the gallery below... read
Not only will PC gamers not be getting a demo for Driver: San Francisco, but the game has been slightly delayed, as well. Publisher Ubisoft tells Blue's News that the out-of-body racing experience will be released on Septembe... read
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Two new demos of Driver: San Francisco are heading to Xbox Live and PlayStation Network soon. A single-player demo launched yesterday and a multiplayer demo is expected to arrive next Tuesday. While you wait for the latte... read
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Our robot overlord Mr. Destructoid has social-engineered his way into the Ms. 'Splosion Man Pinball FX... read
Remember that crappy Ubisoft DRM that required PC games to maintain an Internet connection in order to work? It's back, baby! Driver: San Francisco will use the controversial DRM method, because constantly checking in with a ... read
I've played every Driver game since the original yet I've never actually beaten any of them. I stopped playing each one shortly after the beginning levels because the series seemed to always end up competing with my preferred... read feature