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* ''VideoGame/NightDriver''


* VideoGame/JustCause

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* ''VideoGame/BurnoutCRASH'' (barely)



* ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto'', While much of the gameplay focus is on ThirdPersonShooter aspects, you're still likely going to spend most of your time driving various cars.

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* ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto'', While ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto'' (While much of the gameplay focus is on ThirdPersonShooter aspects, you're still likely going to spend most of your time driving various cars.)



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The two most common forms of driving games are {{Racing Game}}s and VehicularCombat games, but not all racing games and vehicular combat games will be driving games (usually, it comes down to the presence or not of direct competition). Check out those pages for more on them specifically. For other driving games that don't neatly fit there look below.

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The two most common forms of driving games are {{Racing Game}}s and VehicularCombat games, but not all racing games and vehicular combat games will be driving games (usually, it comes down to the presence or not of direct competition).games. Check out those pages for more on them specifically. For other driving games that don't neatly fit there look below.


The two most common forms of driving games are {{Racing Game}}s and VehicularCombat games, but not all racing games and vehicular combat games will be driving games. Check out those pages for more on them specifically. For other driving games that don't neatly fit there look below.

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The two most common forms of driving games are {{Racing Game}}s and VehicularCombat games, but not all racing games and vehicular combat games will be driving games.games (usually, it comes down to the presence or not of direct competition). Check out those pages for more on them specifically. For other driving games that don't neatly fit there look below.

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* ''VideoGame/TheGetaway''


In RealLife, driving is a monotonous chore for most people; the destination is more important than the trip. No one else drives the right way (that is, the way you want them to). Gas is too expensive and so is the price the repair shop demanded when you showed them your broken tire rod. A mere two feet of water can carry your vehicle away and a thin sheet of ice is treacherous, to say nothing of mud. Video games, on the other hand, have AcceptableBreaksFromReality, so driving is a much different experience.

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In RealLife, driving is a monotonous chore for most people; the destination is more important than the trip. No one else drives the right way (that is, the way you want them to). Gas is too expensive and so is the price the repair shop demanded when you showed them your broken tire tie rod. A mere two feet of water can carry your vehicle away and a thin sheet of ice is treacherous, to say nothing of mud. Video games, on the other hand, have AcceptableBreaksFromReality, so driving is a much different experience.


* ''VideoGame/JustCause''
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* ''VideoGame/Jalopy''

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** ''OutRun 2006'', however, does features opposition as well as mini-games such as hitting cars or avoiding meteorites.

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** ''OutRun ''[=OutRun=] 2006'', however, does features opposition as well as mini-games such as hitting cars or avoiding meteorites.


* ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto''

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* ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto''''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto'', While much of the gameplay focus is on ThirdPersonShooter aspects, you're still likely going to spend most of your time driving various cars.

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* ''VideoGame/GeekwadSeries'': ''Wacky Funsters'' contains a minigame called ''Road Kill'', which is a parody of ''VideoGame/HardDrivin'' in which you try to get to work, shooting animals along the way.

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