Reviews and Problems with Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli
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Given the marque represented, I expected more.
27 February 2011
Summary: The game offers a nice variety of cars, tracks, and race types. I like most of the music but still turn it off while racing. I won't bore you with a list of cars or tracks; such info is available elsewhere. Why would someone use push buttons for brake and throttle inputs? I often find myself blipping the throttle when full throttle isn’t appropriate. Might as well be driving a Sopwith Camel instead of a classic Ferrari.
Summary: My son had his 14th birthday coming up and he is a Ferrari fanatic. This game allows him the challenge to drive and race his dream cars until he is able to afford one of these pieces of art someday.
Summary: My review is from an 'adult' perspective, and not a teen hooked on grand theft auto or something............... I love all things Ferrari - and so this was another must-buy purchase. This is an excellent game if you are a Ferrari enthusiast and want a nice diversion to your day. I think the graphics are excellent, but this is from a perspective of only owning a wii. The Ferrari engine sounds are intoxicating, and add to the experience.
Summary: I saw an ad for this game in Car and Driver and, being the Ferrari nut I am, HAD to get it. First of all Wii is not known for awesome graphics. The graphics in this game aren't bad but they won't be the same as the PS3 or XBox version so bear this in mind. You can find demo videos of this game online. Because you're using a Wii controller (get at least a basic steering wheel!) the car responds to ANY motion of the steering wheel and, IMHO is accurate enough..