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Submitted by RaceDepartment 874d ago | review

F1 2011 Vita review (RaceDepartment.com)

F1 on the go has been pretty much non-existing, until now. Codemasters took second row in the production of F1 2011 for Vita, leaving the dirty bit to Sumo Digital. Sumo is most known for F1 2009 PSP, the one that broke the silence, and the 3DS version of the game we’re reviewing today. Does F1 2011 fully utilize the Vita’s new hardware capabilities to skyrocket to pole position? Or is racing on a portable device still a myth? We’re about to find out. (F1 2011, PS Vita) 6/10

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