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Game of the Year awards nominations are being discussed throughout the games writing community right now, and the same handful of titles keep popping up over and over. It’s probably fair to assume that Skyrim is going to take home a whole heap of them, alongside the likes of Portal 2, Zelda, and Arkham City. These are all, in their own ways, fairly inventive games – games that push genre, narrative and general gameplay concepts in some interesting directions, and are all deserving of accolades.
Yelawolf, an Alabama rapper signed to Eminem’s Shady Records, loves muscle cars. So he must be pretty excited to drive around a real life model of Driver San Francisco‘s yellow and black Dodge Challenger.
I just want to play Driver: San Francisco to try and figure out how taxi drivers take those hills without launching their vehicles into low Earth orbit. Other crave a little competition. This video is for them.
But you should still watch it anyway, if only to cringe each and every single time the voiceover pronounces ‘multiplayer’ as ‘mult-i-player’. I had a lot of fun with Driver: San Francisco’s online modes, and while this vid somehow manages to suck all the fun out of things it’s still worth watching just to get a visual idea of how it all works.
A while back I rambled on about how much fun I had in Driver: San Francisco’s multiplayer component. I found it quite difficult to really explain just how the new ‘shift’ mechanic really transforms the gameplay, but thankfully Ubisoft has created a developer diary that does a decent job of it.