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The game begins in Miami, where undercover police officer Tanner, along with partner Tobias Jones, must infiltrate a crime ring specializing in stolen vehicles. A ruthless woman named Calita runs the Crime Ring, and there is a weapons specialist Lomaz, and Bad Hand. Tanner convinces them to give him a shot to work for them. Once he is accepted by the group, Tanner begins conducting various jobs for them, in pursuit of a total 40 stolen high performance vehicles.

System requirements
Supported OS: Windows 2000 and XP
Processor: 2.0 GHz Pentium 4 or Athlon XP (or better)
RAM: 256 MB (512 MB recommended)
Video Card: 64 MB DirectX 9.0c-compliant with T&L support
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compliant (or better)
DirectX version: DirectX 9.0c or higher
DVD-ROM: 4x or faster DVD drive
Hard drive space: 2.95GB free hard disk space
Peripherals supported: gamepad
Supported video cards at time of release
NVIDIA GeForce 3/4/FX/6 families (Geforce 4MX not supported)
ATI Radeon 8500/9200-9800/X families.

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Connection to Grand Theft Auto
Rockstar North had started the rivalry with a mission in Grand Theft Auto III called “Two Faced Tanner” in which players had to kill an undercover cop who was “strangely animated” and “useless out of his car”, a reference to Driver 2’s game play (they even went so far as to give the pseudo Tanner a female’s walking animation).

Reflections responded by adding tanned men with waterwings on their arms and Hawaiian shirts hidden throughout the game, as a mocking reference to Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, whose characters were unable to swim. They were called “Timmy Vermicellis” after the playable character in Vice City, Tommy Vercetti.

Rockstar responded to this in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. There, in a mission where the player breaks into Madd Dogg’s mansion, a person can be overheard playing a video game and making fun of the way the main character walks (Tanner’s walking animations were often criticized) and asking how Refractions (a play of the Driver series’ developer, Reflections) could have “messed up so bad.” He also says “Tanner, you suck ass!”

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