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There are 2010+ reasons as to why Codemasters’ first effort is the game every Formula 1 gamer has been so desperately pining for since MicroProse pulled the plug on the Grand Prix franchise in 2001. Whilst admittedly rough around the edges in parts, the bulk of the virtual racing experience is entirely refreshing. Masterfully balanced physics combined with a sincere understanding of the world’s greatest motorsport has given us an honest simulation of the most intriguing season in Formula 1 since the ’90s. This new golden age of both sport and simulation now has potential to grow together in 2011. Gran Turismo whatnow?
The Career mode was the highlight for me in F1 2010. The fact that you can control other aspects of the driver’s life, than just the racing made playing the Career mode that much more personal. You feel more invested in the character, as you want to do well in the races so that you are offered better positions at stronger teams. I definitely recommend spending your week’s wage on this game.
Regardless, it's the on-track action that defines F1 2010. It's clearly been Codemasters' main focus. In bringing Formula One back to HD consoles, the racing veterans have created a robust and at times thrilling game that effortlessly slips into pole position ahead of this generation's other F1 efforts. Perhaps even more exciting, however, is what F1 2010 hints at for the future. This is just the beginning. Formula One is back.
Nous n'attendions pas forcément autant de F1 2010. Après trois années d'absence, la série effectue un come-back tonitruant et cet opus s'impose sans mal comme l'un des meilleurs jeux de courses du marché. En squattant un créneau laissé vacant, Codemasters a eu le nez fin, fallait-il encore assurer en proposant un gameplay aussi riche et réaliste que celui de F1 2010. Le plaisir qu'il procure touchera aussi bien les joueurs du dimanche que les puristes, ces derniers loueront les efforts qui ont été faits pour redonner à la F1 la place qu'elle mérite sur le marché.
F1 2010 is the true F1 aficionado’s game, with plenty to tweak, tinker and perfect from in the pits to on the tracks. Therein lies the problem: that’s all that really exists in the game to make it worthwhile. There is nothing to tempt you to play on with a whole season and work to the top. There is nothing to drive the player to succeed. There is simply no substance outside of the general racing mechanic. Considering the franchise has been out the limelight for a considerable length of time though, it’s a great start to what we hope to be a new beginning.
Whether you're skidding around the Bus Stop at Spa in the rain or tearing out of the Parabolica preparing to hit the pit straight in Monza, F1 2010 does a good job of re-creating the excitement and action of driving a Formula One car. Clearly there is still room for improvement, but despite its occasional quirks, F1 2010 is a game that any fan of Formula One or simulation racing would do well to take for a spin.