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F1 World Grand Prix

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  • User Score (48)
    7.3 7.3 from 48 reviewers
  • Expert Score (5)
    5.5 5.5 from 5 reviewers
  • Gameplay (11)
    7.2 7.2 from 11 reviewers
  • Graphics (2)
    6.0 6.0 from 2 reviewers
  • Sound (2)
    6.0 6.0 from 2 reviewers
  • Lastability (3)
    7.7 7.7 from 3 reviewers
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F1 World Grand Prix

F-1 World Grand Prix is a Nintendo 64 Formula One racing game/sim released in 1998. it is published by Nintendo 64 game console. It is based on the 1997 Formula One season, featuring each of the 17 circuits from the season, all 22 drivers and several unlock able bonus racers, with the exceptions of Jacques Villeneuve and the Mastercard-Lola team.

Features

The game consists of five gameplay modes: Grand Prix, a course-by-course simulation of the 1997 season; Exhibition, a sin…

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F1 World Grand Prix

F-1 World Grand Prix is a Nintendo 64 Formula One racing game/sim released in 1998. it is published by Nintendo 64 game console. It is based on the 1997 Formula One season, featuring each of the 17 circuits from the season, all 22 drivers and several unlock able bonus racers, with the exceptions of Jacques Villeneuve and the Mastercard-Lola team.

Features

The game consists of five gameplay modes: Grand Prix, a course-by-course simulation of the 1997 season; Exhibition, a single race; Time Trial, a race against the clock and Challenge, which comprised of real scenarios from the 1997 season-examples include trying to win the 1997 Hungarian Grand Prix as Damon Hill or beating Jean Alesi as David Coulthard in the 1997 Italian Grand Prix. The final mode allowed 2 players to compete in a single, split-screen race. F1WGP offered a fairly realistic experience for its time. Prior to races, allowed for the fine-tuning of the player's car; including tyre tread, amount of fuel and spoiler angle. The cars themselves followed realistic simulated physics and were at risk of damage and wear like their real-life counterparts. Weather was also simulated. Visually, the game offered the same trademark appearance of live F1 coverage, and aimed to have a photo-realistic appeal. F1 World Grand Prix was highly acclaimed by most critics, more so than its sequel-F1 World Grand Prix 2, which many felt lacked a sufficient number of improvements over the original. WilliamsF1 driver Jacques Villeneuve is not featured in the game and in his place is a silhouette of his body and his name is simply Driver Williams. This character's name could be customized by the player, either to personalize their driver or to unlock certain extras, such as the Silver and Gold racers.

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