Summary: This is a fantastic formula one game. I have enjoyed many hours playing this. I still have my playstation 2, and enjoy all the Formula one games. I was missing this one and was glad to find it. It came in perfect condition, and I was like a kid opening it up and playing it for the first time. LOVED IT. I would recommend it to any fans of racing!!!!!!
Summary: Well I bought this game used 2 years ago. I loved it from day one. The Feel is PERFECT. Lets Face it EA sports know's nothing about F1. The Set up of the car is hard to get used to but thats F1. I like to use a slower car to compete against the big boys (ferrari, Mclaren). The Tracks are PERFECT, even the laptimes are almost the same as the real thing. This game is three years old and I still Love it!!!!.
Formula One 2001 Vs Formula 1 Championship Edition
James M. Stafford III, Amazon
1 September 2004
Summary: There is a PSone version available in UK and other European countries. It looks like me buying Formula 1 Championship Edition Not this. Graphics: Formula 1 Championship Edition. Gorgeous graphics. especially for a PSone game. Formula One 2001: not quite as good. not even as good as the PSone version for some reason! doesn't seem quite as realistic. Buy Formula 1 Championship Edition.
Summary: Ok kids. you'll already be coming in and taking Robert Scott Brimer Out Of Ps2 world. This is hollywood racing and i hate games like that Not fun letting sony release this junk ! ! ! Schumacher spinning around if you play this Buy the european PS1 version.
Summary: THIS GAME MAY NOT EXCELL IN THE GRAPHICS DEPARTMENT, BUT THE PHYSICS AND SKILL NEEDED TO DRIVE A F-1 CAR ARE REALLY ACCURATE. IT WILL TAKE TIME TO MASTER BUT THAT IS THE FUN PART. IF ONLY IT HAD A CAREER MODE IT WOULD BE THE BEST EVER!
Summary: Having played F1 2002 for a little while, I decided to give this title a chance, despite the fact that it came out last year. When I first bought this title, I was a little thrown off by the car set-up menus. But having sat down for a couple of hours and just messing around with it, I find it isn't that hard at all. Sure EA has a "normal set-up" mode, where the computer sets the car up for you.
Summary: Compared to other racing games on the PS2, this game is pretty sad. I love Formula One, but am tremendously disapointed with this game. The graphics look like PS1, not PS2 and the physics model in games like Grand Theft Auto are much better than this attempt. It's a real shame because Sony's European design house used to produce fine racing games, however this title seems to be simply a PS1 game, with the cars repainted and renamed for the 2001 season.
Summary: After getting fed up with EA's F1 2001 (PS2) game, mostly because of raised expectations playing GT3 (car handling, not graphics- try turning off TCS and ABS), I decided to check out Sony Livepool's attempt, and now I am quite addicted. This is quite a different game than EA's entry, with far more realistic (and predictable) physics, savable car setups, and much better opponent AI.