Pros Fast paced, ludicrisly well thought out plot points, decent driving engine and engaging physics makes this one of the best games all year.
Cons The "Shift" ability may be a bit to far fetched for some, while the physics engine is not as open as in other games, some missions are a bit slow and not as engaging and lead to dead zones in the story.
Summary The story begins were driv3r left off, those of us who bought the game after its negative reviews and such will find this all very farmiliar, characters are highly recognisable and easily conjure up memories of the previous games.
Driver: San Fransisco brings the driving mayhem from GTA with the ludacris dimensions from wheel man, this game is fun frmo a to b and everywhere inbetween.
After the main story is over, the real fun begins. driving rampantly through a couple of hundred miles of san fransisco is very amusing, trying to get a semi trailer down lombard street should be a missions in and of its own right and every time you shift out of a car just to watch it fly off a cliff or into the sea is truly a sight to behold.
This game may not be "orthadox" but it is very much so an amusing thrill ride for those who can see past "shifting" as an integral part of the story.