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Driver '76 Videos and Trailers - PSP

Driver '76
  • Publisher: Atari
  • Genre:Action, Racing
  • Developer: Sumo Digital
  • Release Date:May 8, 2007
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Blood, Drug Reference, Strong Language, Suggestive Themes, Violence)
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Game Description:A prequel to Driver: Parallel Lines (set two years before the events of the console game), Driver 76 features all-new content with new missions exclusively designed for gaming on the go. Faithful to the brand spirit, Driver 76 is an action driving game that features Hollywood-style car chases while also letting the player experience the open environment on foot. The game thrusts the player into the heart of the 1970s, through 27 missions divided into six main plots. Players can take side jobs, earning cash that can be used to modify their rides. Driver 76 also offers an extensive multiplayer mode and a host of mini-games ranging from street races to all out carnage in Destruction Derby mode.
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