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Storm's Adventure with Driver: San Francisco

There it was, on the OnLive console, just calling me. "Please, somebody buy me!" And so I went for it. UPDATE: OnLive is dead. Damn... There is really no reason for me to play this game, other than compare it to a city I recently visi...

 
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Review: Driver: San Francisco

Driver has been around for a long time, despite never really enjoying the kind of mainstream success that other open-world games such as Saints Row and Grand Theft Auto have. Of course, it doesn't help that the series has had a very poor cr...

 
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Error results in free Uplay Pass content for Driver: SF

Driver: San Francisco was going to be the first Ubisoft game to make use of the company's new Uplay Passport, however, there's been a printing error on the inserts in some North American copies of the game. As a result, the Uplay content --...

 
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Driver: San Francisco has a pretty intense launch trailer

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. Persona...

 
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Driver: San Francisco gets a music video by Yelawolf

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 was actually a co...

 
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Ubisoft lightens up the DRM in Driver: San Francisco

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 news! Ubisoft has ...

 
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A slew of Driver: San Francisco screens to salivate over

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 to check them ...

 
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Driver: San Francisco PC delayed, Mac still in the works

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 September 27. This is a...

 
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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 latter, you can chec...

 
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Driver: San Francisco trailer shows off multiplayer fun

Here is a new Driver: San Francisco trailer which highlights three of the 11 online multiplayer modes: Tag, Shift Racing and Takedown. Tag is pretty much what it sounds like (if you're "it" then hit someone else and they're "it.") Takedow...

 
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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 publisher like ...

 
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Take a solo ride through Driver: San Francisco

Ubisoft has promised a bit of a renaissance for the Driver series with San Francisco. They've put more emphasis on the hollywood chase scenes and removed the ability to exit your vehicle; so far so good. It's been a while since I could say...

 
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Playing tag in Driver: San Francisco

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 vehi...

 
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All 125 of Driver: San Francisco's licensed cars revealed

Sure, Driver: San Francisco's gameplay premise may border on sci-fi madness: the game's lead, John Tanner, can jump into and out of the bodies of drivers, effectively "possessing" them. (Ubisoft calls it "shifting.") But the cars you'll be...

 
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E3: Driver: San Francisco puts you in the Matrix

Ubisoft's Driver: San Francisco was pushed back by a whole year, but it looks as though we are in the clear -- the game should most definitely arrive on August 30. Nick Chester offered a pretty robust preview of the game during the last E3,...

 
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E3: Driver: San Francisco trailer depicts driving in SF

Driver: San Francisco slipped quite a bit since it's initial Q4 2010 release date, but here's a trailer to see how it has come along since then. Not much has changed on the gameplay front. You still drive a car, use the "SHIFT" mechanic to ...

 

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