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 trailer. Personally, seeing this game in action has me all nostalgic and remembering the good times I had with the first two titles back in the day. That's probably because San Francisco is a return to the formula those two games had, which can mean only good things in my book.
If you're somewhere in Europe, you can get your hands on Driver: San Francisco right now while the rest of us have to wait until next week. It was faced with a bit of controversy and delays this past summer, but I'm glad we're finally going to be able to check out Driver: San Francisco. Is anyone planning to pick it up next week?
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