Videogamer writes: "You have to take Driver: San Francisco with a pinch of salt, or - if you're less forgiving of the supernatural than I - a generous handful. The narrative underpinning the innovative new Shift mechanic is a little...out there. As Tanner cruises the sun-drenched streets of San Francisco, he can choose to ditch his iconic Dodge Challenger in favour of any other car on the roads. Not by jumping out and jacking it GTA-style, though. Oh no. He can project his consciousness into the body of another driver, becoming that person. Yeah. But it's fine, he doesn't actually possess superhuman powers, because he's dreaming the whole thing!"