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Driver (PS1 & Game Boy Color) - Let's Play 1001 Games - Episode 246

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November 11 2017

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We drove our way into 'dis mess and we gonna drive our way out of it!! If you liked this video consider supporting the series ► https://www.patreon.com/GamingJay1001 Follow me on Twitter ► https://twitter.com/GamingJay1001 Check out the website ► http://letsplay1001.com/ Check out the book ► http://www.amazon.com/1001-Video-Games-Must-Before/dp/0789320908 I'm Gaming Jay: Youtube gamer, let's player, fan of retro games, and determined optimist... Join me in this series while I try out EACH of the video games in the book 1001 VIDEO GAMES YOU MUST PLAY BEFORE YOU DIE, before I die. The game review for each game will focus on the question of whether you MUST play this game before you die. But to be honest, the game review parts are just for fun, and are not meant to be definitive, in depth reviews; this series is more about the YouTube gamer journey itself. From Mario games to the Halo series, from arcade games to Commodore 64, PC games to the NES and Sega Genesis, Playstation to the Xbox, let's play those classic retro games that we grew up with, have fond memories of, or heard of but never got a chance to try! And with that said, the game review for today is... Driver from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Driver_(video_game) Driver (known as Driver: You Are the Wheelman in North America) is an action driving video game developed by Reflections Interactive and published by GT Interactive Software for the PlayStation. It was released in North America on June 30, 1999; in Europe on July 2; and in Japan on March 9, 2000.[1] It is the first game in the Driver series. Initially, the game was released only for the PlayStation, but later, a Microsoft Windows port of the original PlayStation version was released in North America on October 11, 1999, and in Europe later on.[2] In May 2000, a remake developed by Crawfish Interactive and published by Infogrames was released for the Game Boy Color.[3] This version featured a top-down view, and fewer missions. A Mac port was released in North America in December 2000.[4] The game was re-released on the PlayStation Network on October 14, 2008,[6] and a remake developed and published by Gameloft, with voice acting and enhanced graphics, was released for iOS on December 8, 2009. The game is played out in four cities: Miami, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York, each of which remain only partially faithful to the actual city layouts. The game was notable at the time of its original release insofar as the player was able to explore each city as an open world environment. The game was designed to mimic 1960s and 1970s car chase films. The title and the general tone seem to be heavily inspired by the 1978 crime film The Driver, written and directed by Walter Hill, which itself was based on the 1967 French film Le Samouraï, written and directed by Jean-Pierre Melville. One of the most notable allusions to the film is the "Training" level at the beginning of the game, which is very similar to a scene in the film in which the driver (played by Ryan O'Neal) must prove his skills to his potential employers in a parking garage. The music, character design, and the cars themselves, are inspired by films such as 1968's Bullitt and television series such as Starsky and Hutch. The game features a "Film Director" mode, where a run can be replayed with cameras chosen by the player, and a "Quick Replay", where the cameras are automatically selected.

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