Posts Tagged ‘Reflections’

Wot I Think – Driver: San Francisco

By Alec Meer on September 28th, 2011.

I’ve spent the last few days behind the wheel of the delayed PC version of Reflections’ rebooted car chase game Driver: San Francisco, sinking myself into its open-world singleplayer. I hope to look at multiplayer, which I hear good things about, soon, but meantime here’s what I think of John Tanner’s latest tale of planes, trains automobiles, automobiles and automobiles.
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Eurogamer Retro: Driv3r, Also: Comments

By John Walker on July 25th, 2011.

Ah, classy.

Yesterday saw Eurogamer display my retrospective of DrivTHREEr, Atari/Reflections’ astonishingly bad sequel to their loved franchise. In it I say things like,

“Vehicles drive like angry shopping trolleys filled with cannonballs being precariously pushed along a bowling alley. But on foot is when you get to enjoy your character (I’m sure he has a name) stumbling around like a man having his first go at walking, on a trampoline covered in marbles.”

And most interesting to me have been the comments beneath.

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