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Driver 76 Latest News - PSP

  • Publisher: Ubisoft
  • Genre:Racing
  • Developer:
  • Release Date:May 9, 2007
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Blood,Drug Reference,Strong Language,Suggestive Themes,Violence)
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Game Description:Gear up for more Hollywood-style car chases as Driver tunes up an all-new action-racing saga set in the heart of the 1970s, two years before Driver: Parallel Lines. Explore an authentic, open-world 1970s New York environment (with style and soundtrack to match) that stretches across the Big Apple to Coney Island and into the depths of Jersey. Cruise the streets or seek action on foot. Complete 27 missions spanning 6 main plots, all created exclusively for PSP. Collect multiple vehicles, cash in on side jobs, and use your earnings to customize your cars. Multiplayer options include Destruction Derby, Pink Slip Racing, and other mini-games. You can also download new paintjobs and other aftermarket add-ons.
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  • New Driver Teaser Trailer "Confirms" San Francisco Setting?

    Ubisoft hasn’t said much about the new Driver, the upcoming installment in the long-running Driver series, but that’s going to change next week during E3 when the game will receive its official unveiling. In the meantime, though, Ubisoft has gone and ahead and released a new teaser trailer for the game that not-so-subtly reveals...

    Posted June 7, 2010

    New Driver Teaser Trailer "Confirms" San Francisco Setting?

 


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