Driver: San Francisco game Product Information
The Wii version of Driver: San Francisco shares little in common with its console cousins, choosing to weave a tale about the early years of race car driver-turned-detective John Tanner, and allowing gamers to play as three different characters. Driver: San Francisco The action unfolds in classic mission-based racing fashion as Tanner attempts to infiltrate a crime syndicate and avenge the death of his partner, while comic-book style cut-scenes fill in the narrative blanks.
Driver: San Francisco cheats Product Description
But Driver: San Francisco gives players a glimpse at the story from all sides, also letting gamers take on the role of straight-laced cop Tobias Jones and destructive criminal Solomon Caine. Players guide Jones as he hunts down fugitives and protects innocent citizens, while Caine's missions involve outrunning the police and causing havoc and destruction, but unlike in some previous games in the series, Driver: San Francisco does not allow gamers to exit their vehicles and explore on foot.
Driver: San Francisco WII Customer Reviews
Driver: San Francisco game THIS A GREAT DRIVER NOT AS GOOD AS THE FIRST GAME BUT IT GET A SEVERAL HOURS OF FUN.
By nahumhernandez75 (mexico)
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Driver: San Francisco game Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||8234088|
|Release Date||Sep 06, 2011|
|Rating||Teen (Content suitable for ages 13 and older)|
|Rating Reason||Drug Reference, Mild Language, Violence|
|Number Of Players||1-4|
Driver: San Francisco Special Features
Learn the story of how John Tanner used his driving skills to become an elite detective
Take control of three different characters, each with unique perspectives
Chase down criminals, or become the criminal and evade capture
GAME CONTROLS : Swing the Wii Remote Left, Right or Forward = melee
Swing the Nunchuk Forward = nitro
Press the A Button Tilt the Wii Remote 90 Degrees = two wheels