That sure didn't take long. The game came out yesterday to high hopes and higher ad buys. Today DRIV3R is torn a new one. Gamepsot gives the title a mediocre (at best) score and proceeds to dissect the experience until it's just bloody pieces on the floor. The review attacks the AI, the bugs and the overall polish of the game. It must be so uncomfortable for a news/marketing venue like Gamespot to tout a game for a year, and then deliver a verdict like this. It must be even worse to work on a game for two years, and have it get a verdict like this. Well, the game looks good, for what it's worth.