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F1 2011- PC

F1 2011- PC
alaScore 90

28 reviews

Dec, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 28 reviews of F1 2011- PC. The average rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PC Games for all reviews. Some have doubts about the price.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the F1 2011- PC is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 90/100 = Excellent quality.

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F1 2011

 

Ah, the world of Formula 1! Complete with all its charms from high-speed cars, glamorous models, dodgy moustaches and inevitable processions around the track behind the one car infinitely faster than the rest. In a bid to improve on the latter, this...

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F1 2011 Review

 

My car whip is better than yours.

Plenty of details, yet simple; Intelligent A.I.; Dynamic co-op mode

Not for beginners; Minimal help for learning

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F1 2011 Review

 

When it comes to racing sims, I thought that Forza Motorsport 3 and Gran Turismo were the fastest and most intense, but after spending some time with Need for Speed SHIFT 2, I found its in-car experience to be even more exhilarating. There's a new...

While F1 2010 was a breakthrough game, it was almost by accident, and 2011 goes a long way towards fixing the faults of last year's edition. There are some technical issues and other problems on the PC that hold it back from greatness, and only some of...

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F1 2011 Review

 

F1 2011 is a great sequel that faithfully represents the thrill and difficulty of driving the world's best racing cars.

Car handling is predictable, but thrilling ; Co-Op Career is great fun with a friend ; Extremely faithful to the real sport ; Realistically captures the fragility of modern F1 cars

Very steep learning curve assumes you have a lot of F1 knowledge ; You may need a force feedback wheel to master the handling

Should you lose control of your car, you will quickly become familiar with F1 2011's detailed damage system. With a big enough impact you can knock off your front wing or lose a wheel, but the game also helps you understand that F1 cars are sensitive...

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F1 2011

 

We got behind the wheel for F1 2011...

Last year, Codemasters Birmingham's

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F1 2011 review

 

Codemasters launched last year with a strong Formula 1 showing in their release of F1 2010 on PC and consoles. It was a merciless racing game that frankly should have a high blood pressure warning on the box. This year's outing is no different, but the...

Serious racing fans will adore F1 2011. It is an authentic, hardcore racing simulator that will thrill Formula 1 fans as well as gearheads in general. F1 2011 runs circles around this year’s NASCAR game. The only real downside I could find is that...

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F1 2011 – PC Review

 

F1 2011 – PC ReviewPosted on October 19, 2011 | No CommentsSo the question is, do you run out and upgrade to Formula One 2011?

So the question is, do you run out and upgrade to Formula One 2011? my answer would be yes. Codemasters have taken all the feedback from the last game and improved this game so much it feels like a completely new game. They have done so well and...

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F1 2011

 

We take to the track in one of the worlds fastest sports, can we beat the rest in our aim for glory in Formula 1?

A slickly presented game and one that I will be coming back to again and again.

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F1 2011

 

F1 2011 marks only the second ‘proper' multiple-format outing for the Formula 1 license under Codemasters' current steady stewardship, following several years of games exclusive to Sony and 2009's surprisingly fun Codemasters/Sumo Digital...

Elsewhere there’s an online mode that allows for full races, albeit with eight of the 24 cars computer-controlled, and a new Time Attack mode that is a substantial diversion from the main single-player. A few faults do hold back F1 2011, such as with...

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F1 2011

 

F1 2011 is a great sequel that faithfully represents the thrill and difficulty of driving the world's best racing cars.

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