Summary: 'F1 2013' might not have been my cup of tea -- turns out I'm more of an arcade racer than a simulation guy -- but it's a well made game that allows Formula 1 fans to become their favorite drivers, join their favorite teams, and best their favorite circuits of today and even a few classics of...
Excerpt: The F1 racing franchise gained a lot of steam with a stellar 2011 entry that made many aware of the series. It was a top-shelf game in every regard, with impressive graphics and excellent racing action – even if it was hurt by a somewhat sterile presentation.
Conclusion: Codemasters is looking to set their own record for consecutive F1 championships with F1 2013 Classic Edition . They've carried over everything from last year's excellent game and they've also added in a timely set of classic drivers and circuits.
Conclusion: Concept: Introduce classic F1 cars and scenarios, but add little else
Graphics: A sepia tone is thrown over the classic races
Sound: I swear the audio from your engineer is exactly the same as last year.
Excerpt: It’s fourth time round and probably the last lap of the current-generation for Codemasters’ F1 sim. It’s been a massive success story, both in terms of sales and quality. But with last year's F1 2012 already polishing the formula to a sheen and real F1 maintaining the status quo in terms of rule...
Pros: Highly polished and great-looking, Modes to suit 10 minutes or 10 months play, Ludicrously enjoyable new classic content
Cons: No classic McLaren or Ayrton Senna, Damage model still disappointing, More recycled cut-scenes