Summary: As an avid f1 fan I can tell you that this is one of the best f1 games to come to the US. I will give you a brief description of what this game contains. First of all the game contains all the drivers from the 2002 f1 season, as well as all the tracks. Except for Hockenheim which changed for that season, all of the tracks are pretty accurate. As far as graphics go, this game does a decent job with the resources the ps2 has.
Summary: Good game, I have been Formula 1 fans since little. This game is just fantasic. This is slightly better than F1 2001 because it adds the slip stream and new type of license challenge. So, it is a great game.
Summary: This is a totally awesome game. I don't even know where to start. First of all, the graphics are really great. The scenery is awesome, just like everything else on the screen in front of you. Also, there is a Normal Mode for gamers that don't really know all the specifics of an F1 car (i.e. tire psi, brake adjustments, etc.). Then, there is Simulation mode that gives you a real overall grasp of true F1.
Summary: I held back one star, for the same reason I would hold back a star for every version of F1 going back to the N64 and PS. Challange mode and customizable drivers/teams and advancements. Graphics, game play, feel and the overall experience is great in F1 2002. It's like going from the stands into the car! But to understand why I only gave this game 4 stars, we have to go back to 1989 (?) I think, and Formula One by Sega for the Genesis.
Summary: This game is definitely one of the best F1 games available for the Ps2. Ps2 is the only system that has more than three developers for F1. One of them is the company that owns the system with Emotion Engine. Their game is Formula One 2002. Although this game has major flaws in graphics and car shapes, it definitly gives some serious competition to this almost a master piece from EA Sports.
Summary: As many reviewers have said, this game does have a pretty good graphic and a good update information of teams and tracks. Every team's car has different top speed and performance based on what they have done in the past season. So, unlike F1 2001, now it's really difficult to use a Minardi to win a pole position. However, it still has many things can be improved.
Summary: This is easily the most well rounded F1 game since N64's World Grand Prix. This game will take quite some time to learn just the basics and memorize the tracks(if your new to them). Dont expect to breeze around the turns on your first try. This is not a cheesy game like Gran Turismo that has not one bit of realism in it. This is real racing! I give it 4 stars just because there are a few bugs with the rules system. 1.
Summary: Positives about this game: -Supports Driving Force Wheel (A wheel is HIGHLY recommended) -Graphics are superb -The tracks are well represented -The difficulty level is greatly adjustable -All the drivers are represented -Team cars perform to real-life standards (Cars top speeds, handling, and rate of failure are realistic) -Interactive Pit stops Negatives about this game: -No launch control (This is CRITICAL to F1) -No limiter when using Interactive Pit option -No clear...