23 console games on the iPhone

A look at 26 different titles on the iPhone that gamers would consider "real" video games. Familiar franchises and known names that are a little more than the usual casual fare

7 Driver

The original Driver was something of a groundbreaking title when it was first released for the PC and Playstation back in 1999. Over 10 years have passed since then and the Grand Theft Auto series has picked up the torch that Driver once carried (free-roaming 3D gang-themed games ripe with police pursuits), but Gameloft's port of Driver to the iPhone has proved that some games have a conspicuous ability to hold up well over time. The touch-screen controls for Driver's port are among the best on the device, and all of the various modes from the first game have been included for your amusement. It's just too bad that the replay viewing/editing options that made the original Driver so much fun to tool around with for hours on end didn't make it into the game's portable release.

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