F1 2010 for PlayStation 3

F1 2010

Sep 22, 2010
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Content Rating: Everyone


F1 2010 immerses you, not just in the driver's seat, but into the driver's complete experience, in the full-throttle FIA Formula One World Championship. The progressive racing game delivers the authentic thrills of the actual 2010 Championship, with exclusive licensing from the Formula One to bring you all of the stars and all of the cars to grace this year's Grand Prix. Take on the celebrity, the persistence and the challenges of real Formula One racers as you rip through all 19 tracks of the 2010 in vivid high definition, work under pressure in the pit lane and even interact with fans and rivals off the circuit.

Critic Reviews

18 Reviews
Game TrailersSep 30, 2010
Even if you don't passionately follow Formula 1, F1 2010 is fantastic for those interested in investing the time in each race. Sadly, it's not as polished as previous Codemasters games, and it requires you to be willing to work around some serious bugs. In spite of all this, though, it still provides an intricate racing experience overall that's well worth participating in.
Paulmichael ContrerasSep 29, 2010
Formula One fans have found their game this year. F1 2010 has an entertaining career mode that has laid the foundation for ever-improving functionality in future iterations of the series. The presentation is amazing, especially during any sort of varying weather conditions, although there are also occasionally some weird graphical artifacts. The audio work is gripping, and contributes to a pulse-pounding experience. However, the game may be a tad too hardcore for the casual racer, especially when playing online multiplayer.
Justin TowellJun 24, 2012
There are a few missed opportunities. The lack of a champagne-spraying sequence when you win is a surprising omission, especially as I expected it not only to be there, but to be interactive, given the rest of the immersive features the game has. Maybe the reason for this is that you never see any of the other drivers in the paddock. Despite the full license for driver names, you only ever see photos of them, which makes this quite a one-man show.

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