Driver San Francisco Review
You might remember first game Driver that came out years ago. At that time Driver had really good graphics compared to most other games. Does Driver San Francisco has what it takes to compete with other games today? Read full review… Let’s first look at system requirements
* Windows XP, Vista or 7
* Processor: Intel Pentium D 3.0 Ghz or AMD Athlon 64 X2 4400+ 2.2Ghz
* RAM: 1GB Windows XP / 2GB Windows Vista/7
* Graphics: 256 MB Graphics Memory with Shader 4.0
* Windows XP, Vista or 7
* Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 2.4Ghz or Athlon II X4 620 2.6Ghz
* RAM: 2 GB
* Graphics: 512 MB Graphics Memory with Shader 4.0
If your computer can’t handle the requirements, you absolutely have to upgrade your computer or computer hardware. Nowadays it’s very cheap to do upgrade to play any pc game out there.
Graphics in this game are outstanding. You’ll be able to clearly identify any vehicle available in this game. Damages of the vehicles are visible; however, even head on collisions will result in fairly light damage. In between game video scenes also come with high quality graphics. Score is 9 out of 10.
There is nothing really to say about the soundtracks Like GTA, you can switch radio channels and listen to music. I believe most of the music that is featured in the game is rock, which I am not a fan of. Score is 4 out of 10.
The main missions in the game are packed with action. You’ll have to chase good amount of cars, run from good amount of cars, and race good amount of cars. I personally did not like the way to take down another car. All you have to do is ram them over. I would prefer PIT maneuver and/or spike strips instead. If you’re not on a mission, you can run away from cops or be a cop and chase some suspects. Since every chase is identical, these side missions can get boring pretty fast. Score is 7 out of 10.
You play as a bad ass cop, who in the beginning of the game starts chasing a suspect he knew before with his partner. In the beginning, you crash your car and then suddenly you have superpowers. You can get in any vehicle you want. Story unfolds later on, but there were no tweaks whatsoever in the storyline. Score is 4 out of 10.
Game is pretty realistic in the sense that you drive real cars; however, any head on collision you’ll encounter you’ll survive. You can’t die in this game at all. You can use a smaller vehicle to ram over a huge SUV, which is obviously not real at all. The only real thing about this game is if you hit a car, your car will get damaged and even that is not always the case. Realism score gets 3 out of 10.
I don’t feel miserable for playing the game and if you just stick to main missions, you’ll have some fun. If you have the game on your desktop, it definitely worth to play it and have some fun. If you ask me what would be good price for that game, I’d say $15.