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9:30 PM on 08.10.2011

The DTOID Show: Flaming 3DSes, Ass Creed Beta, and Elves

[The Destructoid Show gives a rundown of all the top news from Destructoid.com every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Subscribe to us on YouTube, follow us on Twitter, and like us on Facebook.] Howdy, pardners. ...

Max Scoville

5:00 AM on 08.10.2011

Driver demos hit XBL and PSN, no demo for PC

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...

AceFlibble

10:45 PM on 07.27.2011

New Destructoid Episode: Battlefield 3 & Summer of Arcade

Hello, my darlings. It's your old pal Max with some more internet videos for you to watch instead of doing your homework. Our robot overlord Mr. Destructoid has social-engineered his way into the Ms. 'Splosion Man Pinball FX...

Max Scoville

11:45 AM on 07.27.2011

Driver: San Francisco PC needs constant 'net connection

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 ...

Jim Sterling



Playing tag in Driver: San Francisco photo
Playing tag in Driver: San Francisco
by Hamza CTZ Aziz

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 choice in vehicle carnage, the Grand Theft Auto series. Except the original Driver. I stopped playing that because I couldn't even complete the horrible tutorial stage.

So needless to say, I've been interested in Driver: San Francisco since it was announced if only to keep up the tradition of saying I've played every Driver game ever made. Now I have no idea if I'll end up abandoning the single-player once again since I haven't gotten hands-on that yet, but I do know that I will play the every living hell out of the multiplayer.

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