Driver: Renegade – Nintendo 3DS

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Driver: Renegade - Nintendo 3DS

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  • First action driving game on 3DS – Discover the open world and the landmarks of New York, the city of all crimes.
  • Enhanced Graphics – Vivid racing visual effects, menus, cinematic, and more – in stereoscopic 3D.
  • Interactive Controls – Players can utilize the new accelerometer on the Nintendo 3DS system to control Tanner’s car and dodge, jump, and attack opponents.
  • Unleash the Rage – Players will drive fast, take risks, and stop crime to fill the Rage bar.
  • Exciting chapter of the Driver story – Discover the 20 story-based missions, all delivered with a unique, cutting-edge 3D style.

Tanner is back and full of rage in the new Driver Renegade for the Nintendo 3DS. Driver Renegade takes place between the stories of Driver 1 and Driver 2. After years of undercover work for the NYPD, John Tanner leaves his badge and takes protection under Senator Ballard to take care of crime in his own way. As a renegade, Tanner cleans up the New York streets and punishes those that oppose him. Driver Renegade brings non- stop 3D car chases to the Nintendo 3DS system.

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  1. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Driver Goes Arcade, September 8, 2011

    This review is from: Driver: Renegade – Nintendo 3DS (Video Game)
    Driver Renegade is broken up into two parts Story and career. Story plays out like the old driver games only with a modern/arcade feel. You’ll get in car chases, get aways, demolition (cars/buildings) with movie like physics. Your car acts like a tank, cars/buildings explode with a touch, and cars skid and jump with ease. The more reckless you drive the more your rage meter builds up giving you more boost. The story mode gets repetitive but is hold together with a ‘so cliché it’s good’ story and unlocking cars. Career is were the real meat is, with over 50 upgradeable cars to use in all kinds of races, demolition modes in the streets of new york ( open in story as well) it all makes the game feel more fleshed out with it’s racing action than the story. 3D looks great as well while sadly it dose not add a sense of speed it really opens up the streets and makes the cars/explosions pop out. While there is no free roam (nothing to see any way) and no multiplayer Driver Renegade is still a strong racer on the 3DS and highly recommend it for those who have a lead foot and appetite for destruction.


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  2. 7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Driver Renegade…3DS’ best racing so far., September 12, 2011
    This review is from: Driver: Renegade – Nintendo 3DS (Video Game)
    Driver Renegade is the best driving game so far on the 3DS. With very little competition other than Ridge Racer and Asphalt it is no surprise that Renegade easily leads the pack. With a graphic novel style story that is clearly aimed for mature audiences (PARENTS BEWARE!!!), this Driver title is a blast for mature… I repeat… MATURE audiences only. Hence the M rating.

    The story follows hot shot, driver Tanner on his wild ride through the seedy side of New York. There are pimps, hookers, drugs, lots of violence and lots of bad language. While the story is only 20 missions (missions are about 5 minutes each), don’t expect much more than 2-3 hours from the story.

    Fortunately there is more than just the Story Mode of Driver Renegade. There is a Career Mode which includes roughly 84 events spread out over 7 different race variations (12 for each of the 7 race types). The addition of the Career Mode greatly extends the replayability of Driver Renegade with the chance to improve your time or score over the 84 events. Along with the Story and Career Mode, your Garage can house 50 different cars that are gradually unlocked as you progress through the Story and Career Modes.

    Driver Renegade boasts some decent graphics and the 3D is well done. The city is nicely created and includes many roads and back alleys to race on. Controls for the game are alright considering that I’m used to the modern control scheme for most racers. Most modern racers allow you to use the two shoulder buttons for break and gas. Driver Renegade has two action buttons assigned to those. Its not a deal breaker by any means especially considering the necessary buttons needed to perform the side-swiping actions. It begins to make sense why the buttons are assigned the way they are after a short time. Unfortunately you are not allowed to change the controls at all. Also there is only one driving camera, that is adequately funtional, but it would be cool to see a first person or cockpit view in 3d. Strangely enough there is also no rear-view camera for checking behind your car. I found myself missing a rear-view camera more than once. Strange??? Maybe its there and I just can’t find it.

    All in all I am very satisfied with Driver Renegade. The game includes good graphics and 3D, a good story, a beefy career mode, a big city and a 50 car roster. On the negative side there should be more than one control scheme and there should also be more driving cameras as well. The final complaint is that this title should not have been more than $29.99. Considering I’ve purchased slightly better racing games on my Iphone for no more than $6.99 and some for $0.99. This game really should be cheaper. Pick it up on sale is my advice. But if you can’t wait to get some MATURE, 3D racing in the palm of your hands then definitely pick up Driver Renegade and burn some rubber!!!


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