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Como John Tanner, retoma una persecución a lo largo de la ciudad, por la bahía. ¡Experimenta emocionantes e insuperables derrapes, curvas cerradas y persecuciones a alta velocidad!
Fecha de lanzamiento: 27 Sep 2011
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Comprar Driver San Francisco

Comprar Driver: San Francisco - Deluxe Edition

Digital Deluxe Edition

La Deluxe Edition incluye cuatro nuevos desafíos individuales y 3 coches para utilizar en multijugador.

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Con el jefe del crimen Charles Jericho ahora suelto, San Francisco se enfrenta a una terrible amenaza y sólo hay un hombre capaz de enfrentarse a él. Ha conducido por las calles de cientos de ciudades y pasado toda su vida poniendo a criminales entre rejas. Pero para atrapar a Jericho, quizás no haya vuelta atrás, y esto lo sabe muy bien desde su última carrera. Su nombre es John Tanner y él es THE DRIVER.
Desarrollado por Ubisoft Reflections, creadores del título original, DRIVER SAN FRANCISCO es el regreso de la saga de videojuegos de acción y conducción por excelencia que ha vendido 14 millones de copias por todo el mundo. Juega como John Tanner, un detective curtido involucrado en una implacable caza humana por toda la Ciudad de la Bahía. Gracias a unas innovadoras características de juego, los jugadores podrán alternar entre más de 120 vehículos con licencia, manteniéndolos constantemente en pleno centro de la acción. Con su atmósfera atemporal, el manejo de coches único y una jugabilidad renovada, DRIVER SAN FRANCISCO revitalizará la experiencia de persecuciones clásica, libre y cinematográfica para esta generación de plataformas de juego.

Características principales:

UNA VERDADERA EXPERIENCIA

Redescubre las sensaciones cinematográficas de DRIVER: suspensiones bajas, derrapes de vértigo, curvas peligrosas y persecuciones a toda velocidad en el denso tráfico de la ciudad. Conduce más de 120 coches con licencia envueltos en algunas de las secuencias de persecuciones más intensas jamás vistas
UNA IMPLACABLE CAZA HUMANA

Descubre una emocionante historia donde la venganza personal de Tanner impulsa la implacable caza de Jericho. Sigue la carrera por la supervivencia de Tanner por las calles de San Francisco y descubre cómo está persecución le llevará hasta un punto de no retorno
SHIFT

Cuando Tanner se recupera de un terrible accidente de coche, se da cuenta de que ha adquirido una nueva habilidad que le permite cambiar instantáneamente de vehículo y tomar el control del mismo: SHIFT. ¡Experimenta una intensidad, diversidad y libertad sin precedentes; salta a un coche más rápido, coloca vehículos civiles para destruir a tus enemigos e incluso toma el control del vehículo de tu oponente para obligarle a salir de la carretera!
UN TERRENO DE JUEGO LLENO DE PERSECUCIONES

Conduce sobre los más de 200 kilómetros de carreteras, el Golden Gate Bridge y a lo largo de los lugares emblemáticos de San Francisco. Salta de un coche al siguiente y sumérgete en las vidas de los diferentes residentes: una vertiginosa serie de personajes, cada uno con su propio punto de vista sobre la ciudad bajo asedio
CAOS MULTIJUGADOR

Experimenta 10 diferentes, frenéticos y adictivos modos online, donde el SHIFT te permitirá estar en cualquier lugar en cualquier momento. Choca, sigue y adelanta a tus amigos en los modos online y en pantalla dividida
…Y MUCHO MÁS

Graba tus mejores acrobacias y persecuciones con el modo repetición del Director para editarlas y compartirlas con tus amigos. Pon a prueba tus habilidades de conducción en 20 desafiantes carreras y 80 "retos" diferentes repartidos a lo largo de la ciudad. Escucha las más de 60 canciones de artistas famosos, incluyendo la banda sonora del Driver original

Requisitos del sistema (PC)

    • SO: Windows XP (32 o 64 bits), Windows Vista (32 o 64 bits), Windows 7 (32 o 64 bits)
    • Procesador: Intel Pentium D a 3.0 GHz / AMD Athlon64 X2 4400+ a 2.2 GHz (Intel Core2Quad Q6600 a 2.4 GHz o Athlon II X4 620 a 2.6 GHz recomendado)
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM para Windows XP / 2 GB de RAM para Windows Vista - Windows 7 (2 GB de RAM para XP / Vista / 7 recomendados)
    • Gráficos: Gráfica con 256 MB de VRAM, Shader 4.0 y compatible con DirectX (gráfica con 512 MB de VRAM, Shader 4.0 y compatible con DirectX recomendada)
    • Versión de DirectX®: Librerías 9.0c (incluidas)
    • Disco Duro: 10 GB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Dispositivo compatible con DirectX 9.0c (dispositivo 5.1 PCI recomendado)
    • Internet: Necesaria conexión a Internet para activar el juego durante la instalación inicial
    • Multijugador: Necesaria conexión a Internet permanente (superior a 128 kbps)
    • Periféricos Soportados: Teclado compatible con Windows, ratón, controlador de X360 alámbrico e inalámbrico, volante Logitech Momo Racing Force Feedback, volante Thrustmaster Rally GT Force Feedback Pro Clutch Edition, volante Thrustmaster Ferrari GT 2-in-1 Force Feedback, volante Thrustmaster Ferrari GT Experience 3-in-1, volante Thrustmaster Ferrari F430 Force Feedback, volante Thrustmaster Universal Challenge 5-in-1.
    • Gráficas Soportadas: ATI®: Radeon HD2600XT y superiores, HD3850 y superiores, HD4650 y superiores, HD5650 y superiores, HD6450 y superiores.
      nVidia®: GeForce 8600GT y superiores, 9600GT y superiores, GT130 y superiores, GT240 y superiores, GT320 y superiores, GT430 y superiores, GT 530 y superiores.

Requisitos del sistema (MAC)

    • SO: Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard / Mac OS X 10.7 Lion
    • Procesador: Intel Core 2 Duo
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Gráfica con 512 MB de VRAM (ver lista de soportadas*)
    • Disco Duro: 11 GB de espacio libre
    * Lista de gráficas soportadas:

    - Familia ATI Radeon Radeon HD 2000, familia Radeon HD 4000, familia Radeon HD 5000, familia Radeon HD 6000

    Los modelos para portátil de estas gráficas pueden funcionar, pero no están soportados.
    • SO: Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard / Mac OS X 10.7 Lion
    • Procesador: Intel Core i7
    • Memoria: 3 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Gráfica con 1 GB de VRAM (ver lista de soportadas*)
    • Disco Duro: 11 GB de espacio libre
    * Lista de gráficas soportadas:

    - Familia ATI Radeon Radeon HD 2000, familia Radeon HD 4000, familia Radeon HD 5000, familia Radeon HD 6000

    Los modelos para portátil de estas gráficas pueden funcionar, pero no están soportados.
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now that was a surprise ...
I think these first few hours were one of the best I've had in a game.
It was allready worth the price.
To elaborate:
- Extremely well guided at the beginning but you never feel forced. One of the few 'tutorials' ever that aren`t annoying
- I rolled my eyes at the first 2-3 'shifts' but it is actually totally forgivable and extremely well executed. It also adds to the very streamlined experience that seems to focus on the fun parts of a 'Driver' game. It also allows nice variety of perspectives and quests.
- I got a similar feeling from it like I had with the first driver game. Something that never happened again since then. Now, very little time into the game I already failed at a few challenges a couple of times like it did so often with the original one. However, it is not frustrating since you know what your mistakes were and you improve.

I decided to write the review already because I feel that I have gotten enough for my money in such short amount of time. I will play further of course but probably not update, since noby will give a ♥♥♥♥ about a review of an old game :D
Get it if you like nice driving games. I´m hard to impress in this genre. If you don´t usually play these, get it during a sale and give it a shot. cheers!
Publicado: 6 marzo 2014
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This is a brilliant driving game & a great storyline game, I play the first Driver series since I was like 5 yrs old, I love this game so much.. Drive San Francisco is an excellent production values and an enormous fun factor. The city, music, cars and story create a 'Starsky and Hutch' style. Humor in various dialogues is genuinely funny. Driving/shifting mechanics are perfect. The handling, feel, response, and sound of each vehicle feels very right. Using keyboard is a bit hard to turn just a little to the right or the left but if you're using the controller it's much better.
Publicado: 22 agosto 2014
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For those who want to get to the point quick, buy this game, and if you can afford it, buy the Deluxe Edition. Driver: San Francisco is an extremely well made and outrageously enjoyable title well worth it's full price or lower. Every car model is licensed, from old family sedans to powerful muscle cars to zippy super cars, and everything in between. Driving a heavy vehichle like a bus or a transport truck feels fun and weighty, like your really pushing the car to its limits as you perform burnouts, jumps, and weave between oncoming traffic.

The story so far has been relatively camp, the usual villian breaks out of jail and you are the only one who can stop him, but takes interesting new directions in how it tells that story. One of my favorite parts is how all cutscenes use a fusion of CGI for charachters talking mixed with actual in engine gameplay (Which means you aren't looking at a cutscene that's been prettied up and doesn't look like what you'll see in game.)

For those worried about the Uplay integration, don't be. I was originally of the camp that hated the service, but so long as your system is able to run the game you shouldn't have too much issue with it. Would I rather it be removed entirely? Yes, but I'll give Ubisoft a pass with this, so long as the service isn't discontinued and the game breaks because of it.

For those who need a score, I'll give the game a 9/10.
Publicado: 28 junio 2014
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Having grown up by San Francisco, the setting of this game is just right for me. The music goes a long way to setting the tone, as do the cutscenes, all of which embody 70's era cop movie. Being in San Francisco gives the game lots of opportunities to to exploit elevation with large hills and jumps, something you're incentivized to explore through the Dare system as well.

Driving is fun, though not without some frustration. I'm a big fan of games that let you hold on the accelerator the whole way and control your course with careful steering and application of drift, but this game is anything but. It'll take a lot more planning than that to succeed, and quite often holding the gas at max will make you fishtail or wildly spin in circles. Not that these are bad things, mind you, but like I said, not how I prefer my racing games. Some cars are better at holding a straight line than others too. There's also the matter of traffic. There's a lot of it, and running into it will slow you down significantly. It does help make the world feel full, and sometimes you'll see active police chases going on around you as well, but other times it just feels in the way. While this game certainly isn't as realistic as a proper simulator (and more on that in a second), it is much less forgiving than your average arcadey racing game, so keep that in mind if realistic racers aren't your style.

The thing that sets this game apart is the ability system, most notably the Shift ability. Shift allows you to jump into (almost) any other car in the world and do with it as you will. Chasing down a criminal trying to get away from cops? Shift into a bus in the opposite lane and have them meet an unfortunate accident. You're also often not alone in the car; passengers will talk to you about their troubles or comment on your driving. I've only had a couple repeats so far and most of the lines are pretty funny. You can also boost or ram cars on a shared cooldown or shift instantly between any other car on your team. The game gives you a lot of options in tackling different missions, but cracks start to show up when it takes away these options. For Dares it doesn't matter so much, but full-fledged Challenges where they do things like take away all your abilities and ask you to take out a car quickly become frustrating.

I'm normally not a fan of open world games and end up feeling lost and aimless, but some games, such as this one, do manage to get a hold of me. The building blocks of story missions and Challenges are the same, though story missions tend to be more involved and obviously will have cutscenes strung through them as well. Dares are simpler than either system and take place in free roam, having you accomplish a single task, often with some restriction such as having to do it in first person, do it without hitting other cars, do it in a certain amount of time, and so on. There are a pretty wide variety of missions to take on, but there are a few that are just really bad and show up time and time again. The one where you need to defend an armored van comes to mind, as does the one where you need to smash objects to add time to the countdown. The former Is just repetitive, the latter runs into problems with how cars handle. Too often you don't have the precise control you want and end up missing what should be an easy hit. Traffic is a big problem here too.

The one open world part of this that still feels too open to me is navigation. The game provides very limited options for navigation, requiring you to pause the game to memorize a full size map, multitask trying to read the expanded map that covers your screen while you drive, or trying to read the tiny minimap while you drive. What I'd really like is a Saint's Row: The Third-style GPS, but instead of picking a single endpoint and having the computer plot the route, draw the route you want to take. The road system is quite complex, so putting human intelligence to the task seems like the best option (and perhaps difficulty programming automatic routes may be a reason they weren't included).

The PC port is decent. It runs well enough, though it doesn't have much in the way of options. I do get hiccups sometimes and outright drops to single-digit FPS in the presence of fire. Some textures, such as the ground, will randomly flicker on and off sometimes. I do have to say though, I've never seen such nice looking tire smoke, and it doesn't even trash my wimpy little card like I'd expect.
Publicado: 30 junio 2014
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Awesome, if you don't like the missions you can always do a little sandbox and complete quests! Good graphics as well, well worth the money!
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http://www.dresinos.com/2013/04/driver-san-francisco-completado.html

Vuelve a los orígenes de la saga eliminando el poder manejar el personaje fuera del coche y centrándose solo en la conducción.

En el juego llevamos un policía que tras la fuga de prisión de uno que consiguió capturar, en la persecución de este sufre un accidente; tras el accidente puede ver la ciudad desde una vista aérea y poseer cualquier conductor de la ciudad para manejar cualquier coche.

Usando este poder debemos ir cumpliendo diversas misiones para averiguar dónde se esconde el fugado y atraparlo; además de otras como carreras o persecuciones que no tienen nada que ver. Hay distintos tipos de misiones como carreras, persecuciones (tanto perseguir nosotros como ser perseguidos), o ir a X sitio entre otras. La duración de la historia ronda las 8 horas pero una vez completada cuenta con una gran cantidad de desafíos que puede llevar más tiempo que la historia completarlos, además de modos online.

Mi Puntuación del juego seria de 8,5 sobre 10. ★★
Publicado: 25 noviembre 2013
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