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Super Gamer Dude
F1 2010 PS3 Review. Formula One racing has captivated audiences from all over the world. Young, old, rich, poor, female, male: all of these categories surely have a bunch of F1 fans that tune it to the races irregardless of where they take place. And with the release of F1 2010 by Codemaster, everyone can now experience for themselves the thrill of F1 racing first hand. Any fan would enjoy this game as it contains time trials, single races, and a 7 – year career mode. Oh man that is just the tip of the iceberg, mate.
Every car, team, and track of the current season are all well represented in F1 2010, and they are almost near to perfection. Even the environment is well done. The ground interacts with the skies sun as clouds cast shadows on the areas below them, as well as the grandstands and other overhead objects. And when it’s raining, there is a marked change in the visibility, and when it starts to get sunny, the rain dries up and leaves tell – tale marks on your helmet. These kind of attention to details show off the F1 2010’s visuals at their best. The audio is great too, the car radio keeps you company as you race your butt off but is sublet enough to keep your concentration on where it should be: the road.
I feel like I am a true – blue F1 racer with the customizing options available. The difficulty mode for the game can be adjusted to suit my level as well as the cars and he decals to go with them. It is very interactive too! Once you damage your car, not only will you visually see the impact but your car’s performance will suffer too. It is very realistic, and I enjoyed every minute of play time. However, one might get intimidated by the whole scenario especially if you’re a first timer as there are no tutorials available.
F1 2010 has its shares of flaws too. A split screen multiplayer mode could have been a great addition for a great arcade feel to the game. also, you will not know that you are running low since there is no real gauge onscreen – just an indicator that sets off when you are down to 3 laps or less. These things are but minor stuff compared to the amazing innovations spearheaded by this game. F1 2010 is clearly a deserving Formula 1 simulation game worthy of your attention.