Review: F1 2015 (DarkZero)

Dominic Sheard: "Codemasters has kept up with the yearly adaptations of F1 since their début with F1 2009 on the Wii, slowly falling into the issues that comes with annual sports releases. Last year's F1 2014 was the definition of this, as it felt it was time for Codemasters to give up on releasing a title every year - the game featured less content and next to no improvements or fresh features. The removal of classic cars, a mode I was happy to see in F1 2013, was gone, and so we were left with a filler game while Codemasters continued to work on the series' first current generation début. The 2015 season is already under way, with Lewis Hamilton managing to keep on top, but can Codemasters' first current generation entry solve issues with the franchise or is it suffering from first-current-generation-entry syndrome that plagues yearly franchises when they make their introductory splash on new hardware."

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