Summary: This game seems to have good potential, and depending on what hardware you play it with, it may be a great game. I use a Logitech G27 wheel that offers 900 degrees of rotation, however, and have never found a way to configure the steering to feel intuitive as it does in a certain other "GT" driving game.
Summary: Impossible to drive on playstation with logitech steering wheel. I've setup all the things other posters and forums but it's still terrible. Got F12013 and it way better. Skip this edition F12012 is just not worth it with a playstation and logitech wheel.
it works horribly with my g-force driving wheel and pedals.
David A. Thomas Jr., Amazon
17 October 2013
Summary: what a drag, and i don't mean race. what a let down. all the new tracks and no way to really enjoy it. when the car goes off track it just quits response like the game is over. what kind of crap is that? sure it works ok with the crummy controller but who drives a car with a controller??????? FAIL!!!!! there are no fixes and no one seems to care enough to come up with a fix. another expensive game with no way to realize any play.
Role Paying - Yes. A Driving Simulator - Not Really. A Game to Buy - ???? - Download the free PS3 Demo and then Decide
26 September 2012
Summary: I'm a long time F1 fan. I love racing games. I also have a modest amount of experience driving real, open wheeled, race cars (but certainly not anything as advanced or as powerful as a F1). This game seems to have been developed with ONE criteria in mind. First and foremost was to INCLUDE EVERY POSSIBLE NUANCE OF F1 RACING within the game. It seems it was only an afterthought to create a realistic (or fun) driving experience.
Summary: This is certainly no game, given it's fiendishly difficult to play. Sure, if you select "quick race" and a fast Red Bull or Ferrari then you'll get the impression that it's almost playable (with practice) to blast around a track and maybe even end up with a podium finish. Great if you've got 20 mins or so to kill. But that's where the "game" bit very much ends.
Summary: F1 2012 manages to slightly improve graphics and single player but also manages to completely ignore the problems of the previous title and add to them. Key problems being: AI - too slow. Online co-op seasons become just a race between you and your mate Penalties - get hit by someone else? dont be shocked if YOU get the time penalty Matchmaking - good luck if you want to join a game and play online.
Summary: Love the F1 games but i must be realy c**p as i had this game set on easy and spent most my time spinning of on easy dry corners, i was absolutely awful on wet races and even retired on one race as i was last and being lapped many times, for whatever reason i just could not stop sliding off on wet corners. Codemasters have made this game much more difficult in my opinion and less fun, i've never played a game that has frustrated me as much as this.
Summary: F1 2010 HAS FREE ONLINE MODE UNLIKE SOME OF THE NEWER GAMES LIKE F1 2011 I WOULD CHECK BEFORE YOU BUY THIS ONE THAT IT HAS ALL THE CODES YOU NEED FOR ONLINE RACING AS I BOUGHT A 2ND HAND F1 2011 GAME AND THE CODES HAD ALREADY BEEN USED AND THE PS3 STORE DID NOT HAVE ANY TO BUY! FROM WHAT I COULD SEE F1 2011 AND 2012 LOOK VERY SIMILAR IF I WAS YOU I WOULD SAVE YOUR MONEY AND BUY F1 2010 YOU CAN PICK IT UP FOR FIVER I BELIEVE THERE IS STILL NO ALTERNATIVE MODE LIKE IN...
Summary: As per previous releases, I purchased this game for my son, who's thoroughly enjoyed earlier versions.However, my son could not get on with this version, citing over steer/under steer issues.It transpired that after discussing this issue with other's in line and having contacted the company who wrote the code for the game, that they were targeting the controller user's for improved handling.This has been to the detriment to all the steering wheel user's and my sin was...