Summary: The 2013 rendition is as good as its predecessors and is a game well worth purchasing if you are a fan of the sport and have enjoyed the 2012 and 2011 versions of the game, but do not expect all that much variation on those titles (except the classic cars/tracks). It is a very solid game worthy of a 9, but has minor, yet manageable issues that make the game quite difficult (notably the tire wear which is extremely difficult to manage, or at least it has been for me).
Summary: This is best for serious racers. It REQUIRES you to be perfect. That being said it does help train you at the beginning to drive in a successful way. It has amazing graphics and the ability to play old tracks and race old cars is awesome. I love these games.
Summary: whilst the game has good visuals etc, it is severely marred by the basics being piss poor. if you cane something you have to wait for it to save, it will keep changing the view when you pit and not put it back to what it was and the less said about the cut corner marker on time trial the better. could be good but spoiled forever because the little things were done so badly.
Summary: Until F1 2014 comes out I guess. Looks great, runs great, anyone can enjoy the physics as almost every aspect of the game can be customized. Gamepad or wheel, buy it! Plenty of content not only the boring 10-15 F1 race then game over thing!
Summary: F1 2013 is a refreshed version of the 2012 installment. While it won't be ground breaking, it'll be fun and solid. Points for bringing back the classic cars which almost carries the whole game. Career mode is decent, multiplayer fun, and the classic car mode makes this game a must buy for every Formula One fan out there.
Summary: So uhm, I got the game for the PS3. I’ve been watching F1 for a few years and I love the sport, and this franchise was one of the reasons I bought the console in the first place. The game didn’t disappoint me. The first thing you notice is just how much you can adjust the difficulty.