Following its debut at E3 2010, a new trailer for Driver: San Francisco was shown at Ubisoft’s live conference showing a plethora of car chase action, including some off-road buggy scenes.
San Francisco on one disc lol if you watched E3 ubi either took a shot at RockStar or 360 but sadly they didnt know games come on 3 disc now lol
ps3 has bluray xbox360 doesn't and if a dev studio really cares they will make their game on multiple disks get over it this late MS can't put on a bluray in xbox360 because more than 50million already sold doesn't have one and this coming from a sony fan move on changing a disk every 8-10hrs isn't end of the world. I played ME2 on xbox360 on 2 disks without any worries people i feel like just make big issue out of small thing. UBI'S PROBLEM WITH DRIVER ISN'T DISK SPACE ITS THE CORE GAMEPLAY MECHANICS ARE ALWAYS BROKEN HOPEFULLY FOR DSF THEY WILL FIGURE SOMETHING OUT
Was that a Murciélago? This looks fun.
Looks awesome. Gimmie now!
A second trailer has also now been added to the post.
The reason I say this is because, Free-Roam/Open World games cant be as big as we'd like them to be.. think about it, Are you gonna switch disks just to drive across a bridge..? then 2mins later switch disks again because the guy your chasing went back over the bridge..? So stop being a close minded lil kid! Really though, thats just map space.. Thats not even talking about story length.. So I proved my point.. The Xbox360 is OUTDATED and RUINING games for Ps3 and PC gamers!! Thats what makes what Ubi Reflections did so special.. Because even a big name company, like Rockstar cant make there Open-World/Sandbox game run at 60fps (Frames Per Second) Which is the fastest a human eye can receive data!! So when you thought you were driving fast on GTA4 just because it got blurry? You werent.. Driver San Francisco will show you that!! I cant wait.. PSN I.D. : ArroyoSavage925
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