Reviews for F1 2010


Great ballance between simulation and arcade

IDprofile | Feb. 6, 2014 | See all IDprofile's reviews »

Good looking game menu works well. Graphics are amazing. Easy to control no matter the controller, keyboard, gamepad wheel. Handling feels realistic and can be difficult to control but easy to get the hang of. Optional driving aids for every player. Proper Nvidia Surround/AMD Eyefinity support. Force feedback for wheel users. Good AI drivers for single player races. Time trial race against your best time or other player's times. Multiplayer. Runs well on low end gaming PCs. Customize your car setup before races such as gear ratio, tires, wing, ride height, etc. Audio is great. If you enjoy racing games I suggest you pick up one of Codemasters F1 games. There are now newer Codemasters F1 games that are better but this is still a great game, if you don't own the newer ones and you can get F1 2010 cheap on sale, I suggest you do.


Final stretch .... and....bug ....

kalil | May 30, 2013 | See all kalil's reviews »

The driving games are harder as FPS's or other games, but they are as expected as those mentioned above. We have the example of the F1 2010, a franchise that has not had many titles, but each shines. Going to the game, we will find a good graphic section everywhere, with identical cars, maps same as in reality, a very detailed menu, an excellent working climate within others. GAMEPLAY: is one of the most importants parts of the game, so he has 60% of the score. In this installment the gameplay is very good, making us spend the pilot role, such as in a real F1 driving terms, since all the little touches that make implicate where we finish. TECHNOLOGY: the climate is one of the great things that just amazed. Being in the middle of the race and that large cloud and rain, and see the drop hitting the camera is wonderful. View as rainfall affects the car, having to stop several meters before, do not take too many closed curves are fundamental things to keep places in the race, it is also essential to use appropriate tires for the type of climate, since it is almost go with slicks impossible when it rains torrencialemente. GRAPHICS: good. When we drive, it's like being in the car in real time, the graphics are detailed through which the look, but when it comes to shocks, these are very bad. When you get bored, start hitting others, who did not, but seeing as destrullen cars, corer makes you want to race properly. SOUND: Well, let's say not much to write, just engine noise, as up and down and nothing else changes. No big deal, since the type of game does not allow it, but some aspects could be improved. INNOVATION: There has been great progress since the last F1 game to play, in 2001, in some aspect. The genre does not give much, a group of cars that revolve around a track many times, actually be weighted a little boring after a few turns .... And finally the most evil of all the bugs, and I lost count of how many times 250Km/hy suddenly came to hit me with something invisible. Some are very funny, but a while later you want to mourn.


A good return to F1 racing games

backslashio | March 29, 2013 | See all backslashio's reviews »

Before F1 2010 the genre was too few and far between. Now in the hands of Codemasters the game brings new life with a slick presentation, sweaty palms and a soundtrack of engine roars! This game borrows the same time rewind mechanic from the Dirt series too which means that instead of having to restart a race after screwing up on the last corner is no longer an issue as well as avoiding huge time penalties for collisions If you like F1 racing games you'll love this! The only thing that's missing is in-game commentary although for some its not a required feature