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- Free roam allows exploration of the map.
- Customizable controls let each player fine tune for their preferred style.
- Several different areas to explore keeps the game interesting.
- Main menu isn't clear about the options available.
- No difficulty settings.
Driver Fast Facts
- Driver was released in June 1999
- The game was developed by Reflections Interactive, Limited.
- It was published by GT Interactive Software
- Driver was originally released for PlayStation and Windows
- Versions were released for the Mac and Game Boy Color in 2000
- Mobile-friendly versions of Driver were released for the iPhone (2009) and PS Vita (2012)
- The game is the first in a series of driving simulations. Other games in the series include Driver 2 (2000); Driv3r (2004); Driver: Parallel Lines (2006); Driver '76 (2007); and Driver: San Francisco (2011)
- Inspiration for the game came from two movies; The Driver (1978) and Driver (1993)
- Additional inspiration came from the '70's classic TV series Starsky and Hutch
- Antonio Fargas, who played Huggy Bear in Starsky and Hutch, took part in the UK advertising campaign for Driver
- PC Gamer (Germany) awarded Driver the 'Best Racing Sim' award for 1999
- The physics engine occasionally produces glitches which lets cars fly hundreds of feet into the air!
- Reflections Interactive was founded in 1984. It's most famous for the Destruction Derby and Driver series. Ubisoft acquired the studio in 2006
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