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F1 2010

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Experience the exclusive world of FORMULA ONE™ like never before.

Discover what it’s like to sit behind the wheel of the world’s greatest cars as you race wheel to wheel on all 19 circuits from the 2010 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP™ calendar, beautifully realised and in full HD.

Prove yourself worthy of being the team’s number 1 and gain the ability to direct the development of your car. Work with your Race Engineer to customise a huge range of vehicle variables and eek every last ounce of performance from the car, or leave the detailed decisions to your experienced support team and head straight out onto track.

Master the iconic twisting streets of Monaco, thrill at the high speed of Monza, and overcome the challenge of a floodlit night-race at Singapore to beat your rivals and take the FORMULA ONE crown in one of the most beautiful and involving racing games to date.

Make your own career choices; starting at the bottom and working your way up the ranks, or stick with your favourite team and lead them to glory. Impress other teams by beating legendary drivers such as Schumacher, Hamilton, Button and Alonso. Interact with the media to raise your profile and press your point home, then negotiate contracts with new teams via your Agent.
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  • OS: XP / Vista® / Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.4GHz or Athlon X2
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM (2 GB Vista® / Windows 7)
  • Hard Disk Space: 12.5 GB free hard drive space
  • Video: GeForce 7800 / Radeon X1800 or above
  • Sound: DirectX® Compatible Sound Card or motherboard audio
  • DirectX®: DirectX® 9.0c
  • Other Requirements: Online play requires log-in to Games For Windows - Live. Click here for a list of countries/regions with service.
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F1 2010 reviews and comments

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Microsoft from French
At first glance it should be noted that I am not at all a fan of F1 games. On the games to which I have been able to rub myself in this category I always find it frustrating to make me ruin the race by a simple little contact of the delayed braking or a trajectory a little too fair. So I was frankly afraid to have to turn off the damage to enjoy some of the games. To my great relief this is not the case at all. You will later understand why. The graphics are old... but clean. We run the game thoroughly and suddenly we have something quite watchable. There is the presence of rain, which looks more like an artistic blur besides but good, it is there, spicing the races at the level of the strategy and the feeling in the track is well transcribed to my liking. Even if it's particularly annoying I like the fact that if you put yourself in the wake of a car, its projections completely veil the view. So we have to change lines and get out of the ideal trajectory. It adds realism and this... that's good:) At the sound level it's clean, neat. Nothing crazy either. The voices are in French. For the FFB there's a bit of misery. No recognition of the steering wheel and therefore no calibration. The buttons and axes are attributed quickly and Basta. For the adjustment the forces is the bare minimum and still.... The feeling is, therefore, not terrible but good... We get out anyway with fun on the track. The player has different settings for assistance and difficulties. I also appreciate that even in the weakest difficulty, the career mode still offers a minimum of challenge to novice players because the car that is available must obviously be improved over the course of the season. In addition, the player can change the difficulty and length of the races during the season. THE AI... the dream! Unlike a project cars (for example) it is just excellent. It respects the blue flags, will not melt in in bends or during braking, basically it is respectful sometimes even too. It is thanks to this AI that we can leave the damage activated because if the player is respectful also then there is almost never contact with the other cars. Moreover it is not mounted on Rails and can deviate from the ideal trajectories for overcoming or defending. This is really the big highlight of the game. Content level you will be entitled to the full season for the career, the possibility of organising off-career races and a time trial. It does the job, we don't ask for more. I have not tested the multi but there is one. Being offet the almost complete series of formula 1, the 2010 gave me a very keen desire to discover the following. So if like me you want to discover the F1 and this series: go ahead! :)
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