Atari is at it again. The once beloved [i]Driver[/i] series, which has seemingly taken a turn for the worst over the years, is now headed to the PSP in the form of [i]Driver: Parallel Lines[/i]. In an attempt to bring the franchise back to glory, Tanner, the main protagonist from every [i]Driver[/i] game to date, will be replaced with a new character, and the story will be set in New York City circa 1978. While the Xbox and PlayStation 2 versions of [i]Driver: Parallel Lines[/i] are being developed by Reflections Interactions, the PSP version is being developed by the well known Sumo Digital.
[i]Driver: Parallel Lines[/i] for PS2 and Xbox is set for release on March 14th. No date has been scheduled for the PSP version as of yet.