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Horse-Drawn "Driver" for PSX2

Drive Horse-Drawn Carriages, Wagons, and Buggies
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I have seen Driver for the Playstation 1 and it is pretty cool. What would really be neat is if you could drive a Conestoga Wagon through New York City or mabye an Amish horse-and-buggy, or mabye a chariot. The Playstation 2's DVD capability could let you drive for a while in amazing detail.
Amishman35, Feb 25 2001

Screen shot?
Perhaps someday, egnor. [centauri, Feb 25 2001]

Hasbro Interactive: "Circus Maximus" (planned) http://www.pcgr.com...66963390,10458,.asp
Hasbro is now owned by Infogrames, makers of "Driver" - looks like you might get your wish. [jutta, Feb 25 2001]

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       I don't know about a buggy, but surely -- surely -- there's a chariot race simulation out there somewhere.
egnor, Feb 25 2001

       I would rather hitch my wagon to a chicken.
Aristotle, Mar 01 2001

       A chariot driver game would be very neat.
centauri, Mar 01 2001

       Perhaps this idea can be extended further with rickshaws, tandem cycles, solar-powered cars and many other irritatingly slow modes of transport.
stickyman, Mar 01 2001


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