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Driver: San Francisco Previews - Wii

Game Description:Driver San Francisco marks the return of the established video game series that has sold 14 million copies worldwide. Gamers will play as Detective John Tanner on a relentless manhunt for crime lord Charles Jericho through the hills of the City by the Bay. Thanks to a groundbreaking gameplay feature, players can now seamlessly “shift” between well over a hundred licensed vehicles, keeping them constantly in the heart of the action.
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Driver: San Francisco Previews

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    Driver: San Francisco E3 2011 Multiplayer Hands-On Preview

    Jumping into random people's bodies and driving at high speeds around an expansive city by yourself isn't nearly as fun as swamping bodies to face off against your pals. See why in our first hands-on look at Driver: San Francisco's high octane multiplayer mode.

    Posted: Jun 22, 2011


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    Driver: San Francisco First Look Preview

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    Blair Herter gives you a preview of the upcoming game, Driver: San Francisco. Find out about the storyline, car chases, car races, and the new ability called shift in this X-Play Preview of Driver: San Francisco.

    Posted: Jul 21, 2010 | 11,024 Views | 02:48


  • Driver: San Francisco Video Review

    Posted: September 21, 2011

    8,205 Views | 02:47

  • Driver: San Francisco Launch Trailer

    Posted: September 1, 2011

    5,562 Views | 01:23

  • Driver: San Francisco Multiplayer Trailer

    Posted: July 28, 2011

    7,850 Views | 03:38

  • Driver: San Francisco "Shift" Developer Diary Video

    Posted: July 21, 2011

    1,790 Views | 03:29

 


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