Submitted by combocaster 1070d ago | review

F1 Review (www.ComboCaster.com)

The F1 does not pass through its best moment in the world of videogames, and was not entitled to a game worthy of his greatness for several years, at least until the Codemaster be to pick up the sport and create one of the best simulators not only F1 but Driving in general.
F1 2012 is little more than polishing the game last year while introducing several innovations that not only do justify the purchase for those who bought F1 2011 also attempt to attract a more casual audience. Overcoming a quality set of F1 2011 was not easy work, as EA has a problem with FIFA Codemasters had a problem with F1. Although F1 2011 is a game almost perfect was necessary to do something to justify launching a new game this year and that's what Codemasters has accomplished, showing that it is a reference as regards driving games. (F1 2012, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 9/10

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