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Driver 76 to bring GTA-styled NYC to PSP

The gaming world has been raving about Rockstar's incredibly accurate portrayal of New York City in Grand Theft Auto IV. While PSP won't be getting served with a tiny version of Rockstar's next-gen crime game, fans may want to look towards Ubisoft's upcoming PSP-exclusive Driver 76 for some NYC...

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A few good Driver screens

The Wii may not be the powerhouse that some wish for, but it's capable of more than some people would have you assume, and these Driver: Parallel Lines screens prove it. Hit the jump to see not only the rest of the screenshots, but a comparison shot from the version that released last year (for...

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Ubisoft reveals Driver port

Turns out Driver: Parallel Lines is going to receive an enhanced port to the Wii, complete with updated graphics and gameplay changes. The game will take place during the late seventies, yet upon being imprisoned for 28 years, you're released to a new decade. Game features will include: Open...

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Ubisoft announces Driver 76 for PSP

L'Ubisoft has announced yet another entry into the crowded "driving games that take place in 1976" genre, with Driver 76 set to dangerously collide with the PSP this coming March. Developed by Sumo Digital Ltd. and Ubisoft's Reflections Studio, the game marks a return for the franchise after being...

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Driver 76 kicks up the funk

PSP gamers are all too familiar with games where you drive around and kill people. But that won't stop Ubisoft from releasing Driver 76, an exclusive new addition to the Driver franchise. Driver 76 will feature 27 new missions set in NYC in the 70s (back when it was actually a dangerous place to...

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Atari says Driv3r was half baked

Finally, a video game exec who isn't afraid to say the truth for once. Games Radar is quoting Atari's sales and marketing vice president, Nique Fajors, as saying at a company press event that the Driv3r franchise was nothing more than "a half-baked product that was pushed out the door for revenue...

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Ubisoft nabs Atari's Driver license, drops $24M in deal

Atari has sold the rights to the Driver franchise to Ubisoft for roughly $24 million. The deal will be completed during Ubisoft's second fiscal quarter, which ends September 30, 2006, and includes the acquisition of developer Reflections Interactive Limited, along with most of the studio's assets....

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Ubisoft acquires the Driver franchise

Ubisoft announced yesterday that it will acquire the Driver franchise from Atari. The deal includes rights to the Driver franchise as well as most of the assets and all personnel from Reflections Interactive Limited, developer of the series. The acquisition will cost Ubisoft 19 million Euro ($24...

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Roger Avary to write/direct Driver movie

Remember when Silent Hill screenwriter Roger Avary said, during a recent interview with FiringSquad, "I'm currently adapting a game into a script for myself to direct. I'm not talking about it yet, but it's for Atari -- so you can imagine that it's like a dream for me." Now, if you're...

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Driv3r heading to GBA

Driver 3, or Driv3r as the hip young cats are calling it, was a bit of a debacle. The scandal over reviews being biased so exclusives could be claimed. The mediocre quality of the game. In short, it was a bit of a dogs breakfast. Not content to leave a rotting lemon where it lay, Infograme......

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