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Submitted by Cyrus365 1573d ago | review

WorthPlaying: F1 2010 Review

WorthPlaying: "In F1 2010, you just keep driving and driving. It's not a bad thing if you're a true Formula One racing fan — or become one via this title. There's certainly nothing here to make you think "arcade"; it's a loyal interpretation of the sport, though that may come with its own unique set of frustrations.

As an auto racing sport, Formula One generally has cult appeal, with most of the enthusiasm found outside the United States, particularly in the Commonwealth nations and the EU. Some facets of the sport lend themselves to wide popularity: amazing cars, big money, high speed and incredible engineering. It's a modern-day mechanized sport of kings." (F1 2010, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 8/10

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