Conclusion: Atari In the end, Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends is a pretty major disappointment. It does succeed as a showcase of Ferrari history with tons of cars, historically significant tracks, and a lot of interesting stuff to read in the menus between races. But as a racing videogame, there isn't a lot to like here.
Summary: Parents need to know Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends is a racing game for players older enough to handle the controls. It does not contain any violence, sex, foul language, smoking, or drinking. But because it can be played online, with unmoderated full voice support, players could engage in conversations with strangers or hear inappropriate words or phrases. Parents can decide whether or not to let their kids go online.
Excerpt: It's the story of many a game: on paper, it should have been a no-brainer. Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends is based around the concept of having an entire virtual Ferrari car line at one's fingertips. The brand name alone makes it a drool-worthy prospect for drivers of all stripes, and even non-drivers. It's also developed by Slightly Mad Studios, who last worked on the well-received Need For Speed: Shift titles.
Conclusion: Some races are a challenge like going from last to first while on being allowed to move up one position or you fail or my favor was the enduance races where the driver would suffer a cramp and not be able to shift anymore (amazing) In summation, this game is fun for a bit but gets stale and boring real quick.
Excerpt: This team brings with it a level of polish that Shift players know about, but also brings with it the worst aspect of Shift 2 – the default settings result in controls being nigh impossible to use easily and requiring extensive tinkering with the settings to get things to feel right.
Ferrari and gaming have quite a history.
Excerpt: Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends review Game Over Online - http://www.game-over.com Ferrari and gaming have quite a history. Dating back to the '80s and going through the modern era, the OutRun series used them to great effect, and Sega continued that trend with Yu Suzuki's love letter to the company in the form of Ferrari F355 Challenge in the late '90s.
Excerpt: Few automotive manufacturers have a legacy that's as bold and exciting as that of Ferrari. Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends has the advantage of being able to draw on that rich and thrilling history. It includes 51 cars from Ferrari's past and present, from the 1947 125 S to the 2011 150° Italia.
Pros: Great collection of cars from throughout Ferrari's history, Racing these cars can be exciting at times
Cons: Many campaign events are maddeningly difficult, Unlocking content is an often infuriating struggle, Absence of rewind option results in frustrating restarts