Excerpt: "...full track listings of the F1 seasons including the famous Monte Carlo race in Monaco of southern france, Each track is superbly done to a standard of extreme detail with a realistic penalty and points system. Game basis: 10/10 Graphics: 10/10 gameplay: 8/10 effects: 10/10 Sound: 9/10 track quality 10/10 ...
Pros: Graphics, Gameplay, career mode, track quality, effect
Cons: Small lag spikes sometimes (dependant on computer specifications)
Summary: Upgrading from 2011 F1 to 2012 and it just get better. Easy to jump in and
have a quick race or if you have time a whole weekend race. Graphics are
excellent even on a lower spec card. Commentary can be tidious at times, but who
cares your doing 300kph and you can turn that feature off anyway. Sure Kimi
would love to do that to his engineer.
Summary: It's a pity that these don't come out earlier in the season, as they are
great games. F1 2012 is a good step up from F1 2011. It took me a bit to get used to
at first (easier to lock up, easier to spin on kerbs etc) but now I really
enjoy it. As with any F1 racing game/SIM, wouldn't recommend it to anyone who isn't
very keen on the sport/gameplay style.