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GameStop selling Driver: San Francisco for just over £20

Tuesday, 30th August 2011 13:35 GMT By Johnny Cullen

Hurry up, though: it said on Twitter it was lasting for an hour. This was around 12:50, but you can probably conclude it’ll round it off to 2pm. The price, £21.97, applies to the PS3 and 360 versions only, though. Get it here.

It’s out on Friday.

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6 Comments

  1. viralshag

    Even at that price I’m still not really bothered about getting this.

    #1 3 years ago
  2. Razor

    I know, I know Amazon sales rank mean nothing much, but at Amazon US this has a sales rank of 757 and 1,040 for 360 and PS3, and it releases next week…

    Doing a little better in the UK, 56 and 61. Still, game seems like it’s going to bomb. Which seems a shame after it reviewed pretty well. Sadly, after 2,3 and Parallel Lines, my faith in the franchise has been lost.

    #2 3 years ago
  3. daytripper

    thought the multiplayer demo was fun

    #3 3 years ago
  4. DrDamn

    @daytripper
    Agree. Thought the SP was annoying with constant chatter and the shift mechanic felt forced. MP was really enjayable though, shift mechanic worked much better in this context too.

    #4 3 years ago
  5. aseddon130

    the Multiplayer will make this game a winner, i cant wait to play the full MP version of this game!

    I was also very lucky to be on my dinner hour at work between 1 and 2pm today so i managed to register and buy this on my Windows Phone, yay £21.97 is an absolute steal!!!

    #5 3 years ago
  6. DSF2011

    Bot just the multilayer, the Demo provided it kind a crap compared 2 the proper game, cause i played the real thing, and when u do this shift thing really makes sense, the demo has ruined the image of the game, but the game itself is a must try, i recommend it to any1 who loves racing and cars, the handling is amazing, the variety of cars in this game is actually really impttrsive, this game 2 me is a winner in its storyline, game play and the multilayer mode is very creative.

    #6 3 years ago

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