Atari has today announced that DRIV3R, unarguably one of the most disappointing games of 2004, will be coming to the Gameboy Advance this Autumn.
The game itself is actually going to be developed by a different team, so the game could be a little better than the console counterparts. The game is going to developed by G. Duabail and F. Velez, the names behind other Gameboy Advance games such as Stuntman and V-Rally 3.
The game will contain an 'Undercover' game mode with 25 missions, whilst the storyline will follow the same narrative as the console versions, with a few twists. There are going to be more than 25 vehicles available and the driving mini games such as Slalom, Checkpoint, Trailblazer and Destruction will all return.
We have high hopes that the different team might make DRIV3R a somewhat playable title at least. We're yet to get images, but as soon as we do they'll be appearing on the site, so check back.