Summary: I bought this game seeking a Formula 1 simulator to play using my Fanatec CSR wheel and pedals. The graphics are very nice on my PC and it runs at the extreme settings for graphics. I find the braking using the Fanatec pedal set to be difficult to master, requiring nearly full lockup.
Summary: You can really tell that the coders for this game are serious F1 fans. It is incredibly hard and has a huge learning curve. But, stick with it and you will really appreciate the skill it takes to play the game.
Summary: Currently the best F1 experience for a normal guy (i.e. a guy who's not enrolled in the Red Bull Young Drivers Program... I'm pretty sure they have even better simulation). F1 2012 isn't perfect (penalty system is bugged like hell and community is horrendously childish; hence the 8 instead of an...
Summary: F1 2012 is a good game, but not awesome It doesn't brings something new into the F1 series. Yes, young driver tests are good for first-time casual players but in my opinion for those, who played previous F1 games it is useless. Graphics and physics are good, but not very good.
Summary: I was impressed, very good game. The graphics are very good, and the feel is very good as well. This is more of a racing sim rather than an arcade game, although it does have various different skill levels and control options for those who want to play an arcade game.