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Ubisoft's Reflections studio nominated for Innovation Award, now hiring

Ubisoft's Reflections studio, the developers of Driver: San Francisco, Just Dance 3, and currently working on Far Cry 3, has been nominated for an Innovation Award by the UK's Royal Television Society of the North East, spotlighting "exceptional contributions to technological and production...

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PC version of Driver: San Francisco needs permanent internet connection

No matter how quickly and adeptly you control your vehicle in the PC version of Driver: San Francisco, there's one thing you won't be able to get away from: the internet. In a brief missive on the Driver Twitter account, an Ubisoft rep confirmed that the "PC version requires permanent internet...

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Driver comic series debuting at Comic-Con

With all of the comic book news lately, you'd think Comic-Con was right around the ... oh. Well, Ubisoft has another comic book based on one of its properties ready to roll out at this week's event, this one based on the upcoming Driver: San Francisco. Unlike its Assassin's Creed book, which will...

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Braking: Ubisoft's new Driver teased in video

Ubisoft has released a teaser video and a countdown site for its relaunch of the Driver series (the last title of which was released back in the heady days of aught-seven). We knew that there would be a new Driver to see at E3, and the site's countdown lines up with 5 p.m. PDT next Monday, June 14,...

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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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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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DRIV3R head jumps ship

After the critical failure and review scandal surrounding Reflections Interactive's blockbuster-bust DRIV3R, Martin Edmondson, the company's founder and creative director, is calling it quits. What this means for the future of Reflections Interactive is unclear. But with a series of duds, next-gen...

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Atari gets a tongue-lashing

Worthplaying has posted an editorial that blasts Atari for some questionable business practices. Apparently, word has gotten out that DRIV3R is about as fun as a papercut; and Atari has been working overtime to keep the word on the street from reaching consumers' ears. The opinion piece claims that...

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DRIV3R hits like a wet paper towel

That sure didn't take long. The game came out yesterday to high hopes and higher ad buys. Today DRIV3R is torn a new one. Gamepsot gives the title a mediocre (at best) score and proceeds to dissect the experience until it's just bloody pieces on the floor. The review attacks the AI, the bugs and...

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DRIV3R is here. Hide your car.

Since Driv3r has been released to the masses you get one last chance to revel in the previews. The game certainly has the kind of voice talent that would make a great film, but how much that can add to the game's fun is questionable. You can have all the high-quality cutscenes and B-list actors you...

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