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Driver: Parallel Lines

Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 2, Wii, Xbox
Genre: Action
Publisher: Atari
Developer: Ubisoft Reflections
Release Date: March 14, 2006 (US), March 24, 2006 (EU)

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'Driver: Parallel Lines' (PS2/Xbox/PC) - 10 Screens

by Rainier on Jan. 17, 2006 @ 1:57 a.m. PST

Driver: Parallel Lines returns to its gameplay roots with a sophisticated, adrenaline-pumping car chase AI and unprecedented vehicle dynamics and physics. Driver: Parallel Lines is set in a photorealistic interpretation of New York City, features a seamless open mission structure, and is one of the first console racing games to incorporate online play.

Get down and dirty in cars of all kinds. Modify and juice up cars before engaging in the most thrilling Hollywood-style car chases ever. With over 40 diverse missions, online multiplayer options, incredibly realistic driving physics, and a brand new story with an unforeseen twist, Driver: Parallel Lines is a must-have title for action driving fans.


  • Driver: Parallel Lines is an entirely new story with over 40 diverse missions as well as on-the-fly mini-games such as destruction derby and cops and robbers;
  • Pulse-pounding, non-stop driving action with Hollywood-style car chasing experiences;
  • On-line play that supports up to eight players in numerous play modes that span the entire city;
  • Highly intuitive character control, improved physics and an expansive arsenal of weaponry;
  • An incredibly detailed photo-realistic New York City ‘living world’ city to explore;
  • • Seamless open mission structure integrated around the central storyline with no load times what-so-ever;
  • Incredible vehicle damage system with unprecedented detail and level of destruction;
  • 80 drivable vehicles including cars, bikes and trucks, each with authentic physics; features comprehensive vehicle tuning with performance and visual customization.

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