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Submitted by shaneryanTB 1217d ago | review

F1 2012 Review | Thunderbolt

F1 2012 is Codemasters Racing’s third outing in their BAFTA-winning Formula One series and, not unlike a Red Bull at the Spanish Grand Prix, arrives with a raft of upgrades aimed at keeping it at the head of its field. The introduction described my emotions as I took my first lap around the notoriously difficult Monte Carlo circuit and highlights just what F1 2012 does best: immersing the player into feeling like a Formula One driver. Each of the 12 teams, 24 drivers and 20 circuits (including the as-yet incomplete Circuit of the Americas in Texas) are realistically represented in F1 2012, but Codemasters’ focus isn’t on them, it’s on your experience in the world of Formula One...

[Ashley Wilkinson, Thunderbolt] (F1 2012, PS3) 9/10

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