A senior games industry source has confirmed to MCV the name of the new entry in the Driver series that Ubisoft will be unveiling at E3 next week – Driver: San Francisco.
Driver: San Francisco, Motorstorm 3 San Francisco :P i pray Motorstorm 3 rumor is true
i hope this one dont suck as the last one did
The motorstorm 3 rumor is true and the name of the game is motorstorm acolapse (its not spelled right) it was announced on playstation blog
San Francisco has always been a great setting for racers. This should be no exception (and frankly I'm tired of every big game being set in New York...)
I used to love Driver 1 on my ps1 and PC too. Im excited to see more on this.
i'm no american.. but certainly know it will have epic uphill/downhill, railcar crashes & chases.. :P
^The Reason they changed to APOCALYPSE is because of this Ubisoft had the copyright on the IP name way before Motorstorm did
Man this is gonna own in a big way. Cannot wait to hear/see more about it. Roll on E3!!
Hills hills everywhere so lets all take a jump :D
We've got to hope for the best now.
Yes I can't wait!
Driv3r was horrible so hopefully this makes up for it. I couldnt play Driv3r for more than like 20min before never touching it again and giving it to my little cousin, which probably was the meanest thing I could do to him.
The on foot was horrible, but the driving and the car physics was a joy.. The police had the maniac suicide aproch, which made chaces a lot of fun. If they can't build a good engine which does a good on foot, they should stick to the in car, to not kill the game again.. And the movie director/ replay option should be there, and upload to youtube.
If this game is like Driver 1&2 its going to be a day 1 buy for me. San Francisco is the perfect place for any driving game.
But could be fun none the less. I would like to a see a back country racer. Why does no one do that?
Have you even played the previous Driver games ?
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