Summary: my son's favorite game. works great. no glitches. no damage. different levels of difficulty. the cars fly apart when they crash. i even saw a driver fly out of one. that was a bit crazy for a kid but hey what are ya gonna do. lol
Summary: Fun game to play alone or with someone in a multiplayer setting. But it's very hard. I constantly get black flagged, but feel like I can't pass anybody or be fast enough to win if I'm not bumping somebody or cutting a corner.
Summary: I've played every Forza game through to the end multiple times, and so I was surprised at how hard this game was initially. You have to relearn, essentially, how you can drive a video-car. Just like is said of F1 cars themselves, in this game, you can't get on the power too early, or you'll spin.
Summary: Now, I have yet to play the 2012 installment, but this game is excellent. Colors, modeling and sound are all far superior to the debut of this series in 2010. Also found perspective was better in the cockpit view: no longer was the nose completely obscuring everything in front, no more huge antenna...
Summary: The game is close to perfection. Excellent graphics. But I think the easy mode is too easy, and the most hard mode is impossible to win. It's a bit hard to get used with the controller, so the game is way better with a wheel.
Summary: Buy it only when it gets cheap and buy it to have fun with friends as fans of F1, not to get any serious racing out of it.
Pros: Does a good job creating the overall F1 atmosphere as it's broadcasted, and is very fun to play multiplayer if you have friends who are into the sport. DRS keeps things close [if artificially] the way it does in real life.
Cons: Physics aren't going to win over a sim racer used to iRacing or GT5 (the cars all seem to behave like they have fully open diffs), but aren't bad enough to destroy all the fun the likes of NFS Shift. There are also problems maintaining the frame rate on some tracks, even after the 1.2 patch, as w...