The game starts with a Young Driver’s Test – essentially a tutorial – which sees you prove your skills in Abu Dhabi with various tests. It teaches you how to control the car, corner properly and use advanced features such as DRS and KERS – the game faithfully replicates the rules of the current F1 season. It’s worthwhile even if you play racing games day-in, day-out as it gives you a feel for the physics used in the game and a chance to tweak your steering sensitivity and dead-zone.
Following in the footsteps of Codemasters’ previous racing games, the main career mode sees you progress from a rookie driver starting with a back-running team such as Caterham up the ranks to the top teams.
Cut-scenes and emails from your agent pull everything together to make it a more immersive experience that simply using menus to go from one race to the next.
Possibly the best thing about F1 2012 is that everyone from beginners to hardcore simulation fans can something out of it. Make no mistake, though – this isn’t an arcade racer, it’s far closer to a simulator, so it isn’t for casual gamers. It’s a game that will reward you only if you put the time in to learn the tracks and how to drive the car smoothly around them. Don’t expect to jump in and win races otherwise.
You can get as involved as you like, using every practice session to fine-tune your setup before qualifying or skipping straight to the race and using a basic slider to alter your car’s setup without bothering with the details.
Similarly, there are all the driving aids you’d expect to allow novices to make it through a race without spinning off at the first corner. From steering and braking help to traction control and racing lines, you can pick and choose what to disable to tailor the difficulty level precisely. You can also change the AI difficulty, although even the Easy setting isn’t a walk in the park if you’re not trying.
Fortunately, there is one reprieve: Flashback. Anyone familiar with Codemasters’ other racing games will welcome this, as it lets you pause a race, rewind time and have a second chance at making that pass or taking that corner without making a pig’s ear of it.
Purists can avoid using it for a more realistic experience, but for everyone else it will make longer races less frustrating.
* MAC OS X, Windows XP , Vista or Windows 7
*Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.4Ghz or AMD Athlon X2 5400+
*2 GB of RAM
* 15 GB free disk space
* AMD HD2600 or NVIDIA GeForce 8600
*DirectX Compatible::: Screenshots :::
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