Excerpt: I bought this game back in 1998 and at the time I wasn't a massive F1 fan. After playing the game the experience made me into a fan for life. The game provides an authentic F1 experience, with all the teams and drivers included and the driving aspect of the game is also top quality.
Excerpt: OK, you're a formula one driver, you'reracing around various tracks. what else can you say about the actual game? This has fast become a favourite of mine though. The steering does take a bit of getting used to, at first I was coming off the track allover the place,even on the striaghts lol.
Excerpt: Introduction ************* I first played the original of this game in 1999, this was my first serious racing game on the nintendo64, and I found this game and had fantastic graphics, the game play was very realistic and the sound was good and the handling was excellent.
Pros: Up graded statistics on drivers improved graphics
Cons: Not much of am improvement on the original, handling
Excerpt: The N64 has a reputation for excellent racing games (except Crusin' USA), for example: Beetle Racing, V-Rally and F-Zero X to name a few. F1 World GP is the best of them all. Stunningly addictive gameplay, excellent graphics and a realistic sound system all add to the superb atmosphere of F1 World...
Excerpt: This game simulates the 1997 season. My first impression of it was that the graphics are really good and quite realistic - I've found this with quite a few N64 games. This is a very enjoyable game, although at first I found it quite difficult to control the cars.
Pros: There are lots of play modes to choose from (such as two player games, scenarios etc)
Cons: It is quite difficult to get the steering sensitivity right if you use a steering wheel
Excerpt: Hmmmm no one has written an opinion on this superb game?!? Well i'll be the first then. This game is very enjoyable, with a wide range of drivers and tracks and some bonus drivers and tracks it can entertain a person for hours. With Jacques Villenauve (sorry i don't know how to spell his name?!?
Excerpt: After a racing game for your Nintendo 64 but unsure where to go? Look no further, ‘cause F1 World Grand Prix is here. I’m a fan of Formula 1 but believe it or not, this was only my second F1 game (the first being World Grand Prix on the Sega Master System II).
Excerpt: From the outside it looks very good, an official licence means it is far more realistic over other games. It doesnt include Jacques Villeneuve, which to me is a letdown considering he's my favorite driver, other than that there are all the other drivers and circuits of the 1997 season.