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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dubois / Additional Voices (voice)
Vauban (voice) (as Stephen Cornicard)
Bad Hand / Additional Voices (voice) (as Demitri Goritsas)
Tanner (voice)
Qarie Marshall ...
Gator / Additional Voices (voice) (as Quarie Marshall)
Baccus / Additional Voices (voice)
Eluid Porras ...
Lomaz (voice)
Tobias Jones (voice)
Calita (voice)
Jericho (voice)
Sirine Saba ...
Fabienne (voice)
Additional Voices (voice)
Fisun Burgess ...
Additional Voices (voice) (as Fesun Burgess)
Chris Dawson ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Nathalie Horn ...
Additional Voices (voice)


Miami detectives Tanner and Tobias Jones must go across their hometown, Nice, and Istanbul to stop car thieves from shipping 40 of the world's most expensive cars to a mysterious international buyer. Tanner will also acquire help from the beautiful, but ruthless Calita. Written by

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Action | Crime | Thriller


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26 June 2004 (USA)  »

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Driver 3  »

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In Grand Theft Auto III, one mission has the main character kill an undercover cop named Tanner, who was clearly named after the hero of the "Driver" series. In Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, one mission has Tommy Vercetti kill men named after characters from similar games, including Tanner. In this game, Tanner gets his revenge. In each city, he has to kill 10 men named Timmy Vermicelli who wear Hawaiian shirts (similar to Tommy Vercetti) and arm floats (in Vice City, Tommy dies whenever he goes into the water). See more »


Spoofed in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (2004) See more »


Static in the Cities
Performed by Hope Of The States
Written by Sam Herlihy, Paul Wilson, Jimmi Lawrence, Anthony Theaker, Mike Siddell & Simon Jones
Copyright Control
Produced 2003 by Sony Music Entertainment UK Ltd
Licensed courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited
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I don't know if I have some kind of alien mind or what, but I love this game!
13 December 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I love this game! And I still play it from time to time, after almost 10 years! Crazy, right? Maybe. I am aware of why people criticize this game. Poor on-foot controls, lack of polish, bad enemy AI, missions that are "too" difficult, and the game not feeling like it's finished. But, here are the reasons why I bare with it anyway. The on-foot, while certainly not feeling as smooth as it could, still works. I love running from side to side to shoot the enemy, and it works great for that. I love fps shooters! You get used to the roughness of it after awhile. The driving is also loads of fun. The feeling of the car is amazing, and sliding into turns is just so much fun! The police chases are also really exciting. The AI. It works! They do their job of trying to kill you fairly well, and can at least evade your shots a little bit. They act more like weak terminators than humans, but they still get the job done. They are fun to kill. Also, this game pretty much feels finished, to me. In a sense that, they added in everything that needed to be added, and it's fun. But, polish wise, definitely not. They could have used at least another few months polishing it. But, no! Atari needed it released right away! Oh, and if you think the missions are too tough, quit being a baby! Toughen up yourself! It is so satisfying when you finally beat a mission. Depending on what kind of a person you are, though, you might not want to do it again. It is not that hard, though. At least not to me. Also, while this game does have loads of bugs, they don't seem to get in the way of actual game-play all that much. Most of the time, nothing really bad happens. For example, falling through the floor in free roam, and having to start over. That is about as bad as it gets, and it rarely happens, depending on what you are doing. So, there you have it. I love this game! Maybe on technical terms (polish, smoothness, graphics) this game deserves what IGN gave it, a 5.4. But, based fun and how much I enjoy it, it deserves a 10 in my book.

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