- Dec 29, 2009
Im still gobsmacked that he reviewed a driving game.
Yahtzee reviews whatever but whenever he reviews a game he's not very well seasoned in. well usually it turns out like monster hunter so this was a real change of pace. Personally If you want a really good review of this game you should probably look just about anywhere else. Yahtzee just made a nice video out of this is all.FoolKiller said:Wow. Unfortunately the review is meaningless in my opinion by what Yahtzee himself said... He hasn't played a lot of driving games.
The driving in Driver is absolutely atrocious. While I find the story to be interesting and the concept of 'shifting' to be a fresh new idea, the whole package falls flat on its face when the driving in a game called Driver is so weak and unwieldy.
kebab4you said:o_o leaping between bodies isn't exactly a new idea even for a game.Adam Jensen said:So an innovative feature not seen anywhere else in any video game ever is a deal breaker to you? You're weird.The Human Torch said:The whole astral plane projection into other bodies (even if it's a dream) just seems terribly contrived to me. This has been a real deal breaker to me. Enjoyable video though.
Sweet Jump = Stout Shako, so 2 refined. <-Another TF2 joke.Kapol said:But how does a Sweet Jump hold up against Refined Metal? <-TF2 joke
If you can't pass a driving test in Australia, please take the hint; take the taxi and stay the fuck off the road. It's bad enough as it is.Yahtzee Croshaw said:Driver: San Francisco
This week, Zero Punctuation is pleasantly surprised by Driver: San Francisco.
thats why i didn't get it but will pick it up when it's REALLY CHEAP lolCasual Shinji said:A Driver game that isn't an annoyingly sluggish frustration fest?