Game Profile

Driver Renegade is the first and exclusive action driving game on Nintendo 3DS that lets you experience the intensity and brutality of urban car chases in 3D.

Drive recklessly, perform jumps to fill your Rage bar and unleash devastating takedowns on your enemy cars!

After years of undercover work on the Force, John Tanner wants to take matters of crime in his own hands, regardless of what the Law dictates. In a corrupt New York City run by criminal mobs, Tanner saves Senator Ballard’s life. He needs help in leading a crusade against Crime. Tanner accepts to clean the city off the record, against the Senator’s protection.

Tanner becomes a renegade and must take out five kingpins: a drug dealer, a human-organs trafficker, a pimp, an arms dealer and an over-greedy trader. Helped by his few friends, with no badge to hold him back, Tanner wages his war against crime with his weapon of choice: his car!

  • Experience open-world New York City in 3D
  • 20 story-based missions and over 70 challenges
  • Unlock up to 50 different cars to tune in your garage
  • 7 challenge types that test your driving skills

Game Review


Europe PAL Version

Posted by Thomas Whitehead

Stuck in neutral

Driving and racing games have, so far, been relatively well represented on the 3DS in its early lifespan, with Ridge Racer 3D and Asphalt 3D competing for the affections of driving fans. Ubisoft has now joined in with Driver Renegade 3D, an exclusive...

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User Comments (9)



TwillightPrince said:

this looks like c.o.p. the recruit.
i think the city is actually the same..
don't think this will be tight.



Azikira said:

This looks like it has potential to be awesome, though I would seriously prefer Grand Theft Auto 3D! :3



WolfRamHeart said:

I hope that this game turns out to be good. I am skeptical though so I will wait for some reviews before I decide to pick it up.



Djrr-ific said:

I pre-ordered it saturday and waiting... expecting to receive it sometime this week! Since this is only my third 3DS game I'm pretty nervous about it.. I really hope it's good...

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