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Submitted by enkeixpress 1337d ago | interview

GameTrailers l Driver: San Francisco - Story & Tone Interview

Maintaining a gritty tone but taking a deliberate step toward levity for the story of Driver: San Francisco. (Driver: San Francisco, Martin Edmondson, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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N4Gsukballs  +   1337d ago
I hope This Game has good sale's. Driver 2 was one of the best game's i remember from my childhood, and was the first sandbox third person game that you could get out of your car and steal others. But after GTA3 The series has been largely forgotten (not to mention the montrocity that was driver 3) I really hope they bounce back with this game. Although i feel it wont be as big as SR3 or TC:HK (not to mention GTA5).

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