Ubisoft decided to remove the embargo over videos and reviews of Driver: San Francisco a few days before the original date. Normally this would be a good thing, but considering I only got the game yesterday evening there is no way I could do a review of the game that quickly, so I just jumped on my capture hardware and did some videos. After a few hours of gameplay, I can say without a doubt that this is one of the most ridiculous story in a game ever, but I'm also having a lot of fun with the cars and the shift system. Brilliant idea :) Update: Added a video showing various gameplay sequences.
@MrWhite: fascism exists on both ends? There is only 1 sort of fascism. A dictator is not subjective. (1 minute ago)
to me it's basically one party anyways. This term might be the exception tho (7 minutes ago)
That or just have more than one party instead of 2. (17 minutes ago)
@Tinks: There should be a vote of a 'no vote' then. If you don't want to vote for any candidate, and if the no vote is in a majority, new candidates have to be elected. (17 minutes ago)
@MrWhite: the majority of the US population never votes for any of the cunts (1 Hour ago)
Fascism exists on both ends of the political spectrum whenever there's a dictatorship involved, and a dictatorship is purely subjective to what you believe in. (3 Hours ago)
It's also a foreign concept to most over there that you can be a nationalist (which is a predominantly right wing thing to be) and have socialist leftist ideology and views.Bit of a "curve ball" that (3 Hours ago)