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Driver: San Francisco

Driver: San Francisco (X360) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Tags: Racing, Arcade
Developer: Reflections


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Driver: San Francisco review

Reviewed September 06, 2011

Julian Williams says: "Driver: San Francisco surprised me by showing how much life the series still has left. If it weren’t for Ubisoft's infuriating obsession with curbing piracy and secondhand sales by way of the terrible uPlay platform, I'd have given the game an even higher score than it already has."
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