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 ... See full summary »

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... 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)
... Lomaz (voice) (as Eluid Porras)
... Tobias Jones (voice)
... Calita (voice)
... Jericho (voice)
Sirine Saba ... Fabienne (voice)
Emmanuel Bonami ... Additional Voices (voice)
Fisun Burgess ... Additional Voices (voice) (as Fesun Burgess)
Chris Dawson ... Additional Voices (voice)
Nathalie Horn ... Additional Voices (voice)
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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 CartmanKun@aol.com

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Be good. Be bad. Be Tanner. See more »

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Action | Crime | Thriller

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Atari

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26 June 2004 (USA)  »

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Driver 3  »

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The scene in which Carlita calls Gator after the sour deal is taken almost verbatim from a scene in Heat (1995), where Robert De Niro's character calls a businessman who has just screwed him on a deal. See more »

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Spin-off Driver See more »

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The 2nd Evolution
Written and Performed by Narco
Mixed by Rich Aitken (as Rich N)
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Licensed courtesy of Nimrod Productions Limited
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9 May 2007 | by See all my reviews

When I first got this game I was pretty excited about it, the graphics looked cool and the car damage. Not to mention there were guns this time around... cool. So I started out in free roam to check out the game and was having a blast flipping and rolling my car, seeing what can fly off and what could I dent. It was fun, especially when I rolled my car and it went into an outrageous flipping tantrum, with parts flinging off. With my newly destroyed car, I got out of it and immediately fell asleep. First this Tanner guy looks like a bitch, he can't run, jump or swim for crap. The aiming is waaay off, the best part about being outside is 1. getting a new car to smash or 2, shooting cars and seeing bullet holes, which gets boring after 5 shots. I saw a motorcycle, sweet! I'm gonna haul ass and hit a jump. Nope. After shifting about 9 gears I found that this and every other car in the game has a top speed of what seems to be 50 MPH. The boats aren't worth it, the story is horribly boring, as for the maps, very good, but missing something. I hate the cops "You're under arrest" BANG BANG BANG! That's tough law enforcement. Easily the best part of this game is smashing the cars into oblivion, and once you do that two or three times you wish you never wasted the money on this thing. How could Reflections mess up SO BADLY?

Rating _/10. Don't waste your money like I did.


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