Conclusion: Concept: Flesh out the franchise’s multiplayer and offer a few concessions to the new F1 season
Graphics: The game looks pretty sharp, particularly in the rain
Sound: You get a decent amount of info about your car and the race from your crew
Playability: The game provides a good range of driving...
Conclusion: F1 2011 is very much a Codemasters racer, technically brilliant but tonally just a bit off. Their games tend to be either po-faced and bland or in-your-face and kitsch. F1 2011 errs perhaps too far on the side of the former, though ironically the game really shines when the raindrops fall.
Conclusion: Building on the success of last year's title, Codemasters have brought to the table a title that improves on the stellar offering we received in nearly every way. F1 2011 is a perfect addition to any racing fan's collection, with the abundance of game modes and tracks meaning there is plenty to do,...
Excerpt: Formula 1 is a sport that lends itself perfectly to the video game medium. Not that there’s anything wrong with the FIFA games of late, but even the most shut-in overweight virgin can wander blinking into the afternoon sun and start kicking a ball around.
Excerpt: shows that if it ain't broke, don't fix it - just make it better. The game follows last year's first stab by Codemasters at a title based on the world's premium motor sport, which gained critical acclaim, strong sales and a BAFTA to boot.
Summary: The main reason behind the success of last year's F1 title was the serious style of racing it brought to PC and Consoles. The level of dept that F1 2010 offered to fans of the sport was unmatched, mixed with some pretty impressive gameplay, the combination of these two quality made F1 2010 a huge...
Conclusion: It was during one of the British broadcasts that I heard David Coulthard mention that anyone who has not driven there simply cannot fathom how tight the corners of the legendary track in Monaco are.
Excerpt: Pour F1 2011, la tâche est compliquée : faire mieux que son fantastique prédécesseur, F1 2010, qui réconciliait enfin les joueurs avec la Formule 1. Mais les développeurs n’ont visiblement pas chômé pendant un an.