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post Jan 20 2011, 05:54 PM
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Hi there

For those that played Driv3r, does anyone here think the now long gone Driv3r game had one of the best car crash effects on the PS2 and even the Xbox consoles?

There was Burnout 3, though I never did play it.

The game was a flop, but does have some praise, if only a little. I think far too many got worked up about it not being like GTA. But that's history now.

Anyone here can think of any games that had good destructable physics? vehicle only ones?


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post Feb 6 2011, 04:03 PM
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I'd never seen anything from Driv3r before, and after watching this I don't see what's so good about it. Cars bouncing all over the place like they're made of rubber doesn't satisfy my urge to play a realistic driving game.


That said though, it's a major improvement on the original Driver. I downloaded this from the PSN Store thinking I'd love it having played it to death when it first came out. It was a brilliant game for its day but playing it now burns my head out, the crashes where unbelievably shite - not to mention the crash sound effects.
I'm sure Driv3r is fun though.


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