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!!!!.
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: 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.
Summary: well coming from a background of watching auto racing. the good racing. F1, kart, vintage, and rally. this game is very realistic. the controls are tougher then most games to master. but then again all in all it is a good game.
realistic racing (or M.Schumacher will kick your butt)
31 December 2001
Summary: This game has a great feel, especially with a force feedback steering wheel. I've spent thousands on racing schools and club events, at tracks like Laguna Seca, Road America, and Seattle International Raceway, but I think you could hone your racing skills almost as well with a game like this. Of course I also recommend GT3 for its wide range of cars, and F355 (on Dreamcast) for it's perfect handling characteristics.
Summary: I got this game for Xmas as a gift. I have played many racing and driving games but they never please me because they were so unrealistic and phony. This game is different. I have been playing and learning the first track (Australia) since Xmas and now I can manage to keep the car on the track at a decent speed, I have brought my time down from 2:20 to about 1:33. Yeah, I know it sucks, but then again I am not a F1 driver.
Summary: If you love F1 you will love this game. Ok, Graphics and Sounds are not as clean as the EA version but it depends on what you are looking for in a F1 Game: The overall Gameplay is closer to the real thing then any other Racing game in terms of all rules & regulations etc. (On the EA version you'll find a Minardi on the Pole position!???!) Forget Arcade here..... Learn the tracks, feel the car in wet and dry, practice and your in, just like the real drivers.