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Submitted by RichieW 895d ago | review

X360A Review: F1 2012

X360A - "In the space of just two short seasons, Codemasters has almost already reached a pinnacle of quality with its F1 series, representing the sport with an almost unerring level of accuracy and attention to detail. With F1 2011 proving to be one of the finest Formula One games ever produced, you have to ask where the series can possibly go from here. How can Codemasters continue to evolve and develop F1 as a franchise when it's as authentic and all-encompassing as it is? It's accessibility that seems to be the key for F1 2012, making the point of entry less daunting for simulation virgins and F1 fans keen to dip their toe into a video game of their favourite sport. Has Codies managed to pull it off without dumbing F1 2012 down though?" (F1 2012, PS3, Xbox 360) 90/100

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