The Driver last edited by HardcoreGamer99 on 10/17/18 04:35PM View full history

An early cinematic racing-action arcade game developed and released by Kasco (Kansai Seiki Seisakusho Co.) in the 1970's.

Part video game, and part electro-mechanical, it consisted of pre-filmed FMV situations recorded on 16 mm film that required the player to match their steering wheel, gas pedal and brakes with the movements shown on screen, much like the quick time events seen in laserdisc video games of the 1980's.

Originally released by Kasco in Japan, the game was distributed in the United States by U.S. Billiards.

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