L'Ubisoft has announced yet another entry into the crowded "driving games that take place in 1976" genre, with Driver 76 set to dangerously collide with the PSP this coming March. Developed by Sumo Digital Ltd. and Ubisoft's Reflections Studio, the game marks a return for the franchise after being purchased by the French publisher last year.
As you might expect, the game features "Hollywood-style car chases" (watch out, fruit stand attendants!), on-foot segments, car modifications, a smattering of multiplayer modes and, lest you forget what era it is, an "authentic '70s soundtrack."
[Note: Screenshot taken from Driver: Parallel Lines for PS2. The fact that it's clearly 1978 in that picture should make it obvious enough.]