To accompany the F1 Fanatic review of “F1 2010” by Codemasters, here is a checklist of commonly requested features in the game: General Platforms Sony Playstation 3, Microsoft Xbox 360, PC Season data 2010 Maximum cars on track 24 Game modes Career, custom season, individual race, time trial Difficulty modes Easy, Medium, Hard, Expert Race … Continue reading “F1 2010” – Checklist
F1 2010, Codemasters’ official Formula 1 game, has finally arrived four years after the last licensed F1 title for major formats.
Here’s the second part of my interview with the men behind the new official Formula 1 game. They explained how F1 Fanatic played a role in the creation of “F1 2010”, why Anthony Davidson told them “rFactor” isn’t realistic enough, and what they’ve got planned for “F1 2011”.
The eagerly-anticipated official F1 game by Codemasters goes on sale next week. I played the finished version of the game for the first time yesterday and talked to two of the game’s designers – and self-confessed F1 fans – about what’s gone into the first new F1 game for major formats in four years.
F1 2010 – the official Formula 1 game from Codemasters – is now available to order for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC formats. The first official F1 game in four years goes on sale on September 24th. It will feature all the teams, tracks and drivers from the 2010 F1 season. Retail prices are ?é?ú35 … Continue reading F1 2010 for PS3, PC and Xbox orders open
Codemasters claim “F1 2010” will be “a departure for F1 games”. F1 fans have been waiting four years for a new official F1 game for the latest generation console formats. In the last 12 months we’ve had hundreds of comments on this site discussing what should be in the game. F1 Fanatic put your questions … Continue reading “F1 2010” – first play (Pictures & video)
Early screenshot of F1 2010 by Codemasters The long-awaited 2010 F1 season game by Codemasters will go on sale in September this year. “F1 2010″ is being produced for Playstation 3, Xbox 360 and PC. Players will get to drive the new Korean Grand Prix circuit in the game before the cars have raced there … Continue reading “F1 2010” by Codemasters arrives for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC in September
Still not sure what to buy for the F1 fan in your life? How about a full size professional racing simulator as used by F1 teams? The Cruden Hexatech promises the most convincing racing experience money can buy with realistic G-Force simulation and steering feedback. It comes with software to simulate fast lap shoot-outs, 24-hour … Continue reading ?é?ú120K Cruden Hexatech racing simulator is the ultimate gift for an F1 fan
Codemasters are releasing a version of their official 2009 F1 game for the Apple iPhone next week. It will feature all the teams and tracks from the 2009 F1 season, and 20 drivers. Players will be able to race in ‘time trial’ and ‘endurance’ modes. In ‘time trial’ the challenge is to set the best … Continue reading F1 2009 coming to iPhone
Codemasters picked two formats for their new official Formula 1 game “F1 2009”. Yesterday we looked at the handheld Sony PSP version – but what’s the game like played in full screen on a Nintendo Wii? Read on to find out.
After a three-year wait, F1 fans finally have an official Formula 1 game. New licence-holders Codemasters have produced a game based on the 2009 season for the Sony PSP and Nintendo Wii, while a 2010 game is under development for the more sophisticated PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 platforms. It’s fair to say most F1 … Continue reading “F1 2009” by Codemasters (Sony PSP)
Codemasters have released a new video showing how the Suzuka circuit, scene of this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix, will look in their forthcoming game F1 2009. The game goes on sale on November 20th in the UK and November 19th in the rest of Europe. See the press release below for more on-sale information. Press … Continue reading New video of Suzuka track on F1 2009 for Wii & PSP
Here’s a new video of Codemasters official Formula 1 game “F1 2009”, which goes on sale for Nintendo Wii next month.
Codemasters’ F1 2009 game was seen on video for the first time yesterday – which led to lots of comments about favourite F1 games of years passed. Guest writer Gerard Hetman remembers Super Monaco GP. Produced by Sega for the Genesis/Mega Drive platform, Super Monaco GP was released in 1990 after being styled on an … Continue reading Classic F1 games: Super Monaco GP
Codemasters have released the first video of their forthcoming Formula 1 game “F1 2009” for the Nintendo Wii.
The last official F1 video game came out in 2006 – so there?óÔé¼Ôäós a palpable sense of frustration among many race game fans at the news Codemasters?óÔé¼Ôäó ?óÔé¼?£next gen?óÔé¼Ôäó F1 racer is at least another 12 months off. Codemasters today confirmed rumours that their new F1 title won?óÔé¼Ôäót appear until 2010 for top-of-the-range formats like … Continue reading No F1 game from Codemasters until 2010 ?óÔé¼ÔÇ£ unless you?óÔé¼Ôäóve got a Wii or PSP
A report in the Official Playstation Magazine claims Codemasters’ F1 game planned for 2009 has been delayed to 2010. A spokesperson for Codemasters said: It is all just speculation for now. The reason we haven’t said anything formally is that rumours regarding release dates crop up all the time. We’re going to be making an … Continue reading Codemasters’ F1 game delayed to 2010?
Codemasters’ 2009 F1 game will be a simulator as well as an arcade-style racing game according to one of the company’s executive producers. The producer, who posts as ‘Uncle Chewy’ on the Codemasters forum and worked on racing titles “Colin McRae: DIRT” and “Race Driver: GRID” said the F1 game will be significantly different from … Continue reading 2009 F1 game will be sim – Codemasters
F1 fans haven’t had an F1 game based on either of the most recent Grand Prix seasons and will have to wait for Codemaster’s 2009 F1 game thanks to Bernie Ecclestone dithering over the contract. The commercial rights holders of NASCAR, America’s most popular motorsport, don’t mess around with major marketing products such as an … Continue reading USA Day: NASCAR 09 review
Regular F1 Fanatic commenter Robert McKay has written a guest article looking at what F1 can learn from NASCAR – a subject we’ve looked at here before. Here’s his take on America’s favourite motor sport. I?óÔé¼Ôäóve recently started watching Sky?óÔé¼Ôäós NASCAR coverage. Readers of Keith?óÔé¼Ôäós other blog, Maximum Motorsport, will know he?óÔé¼Ôäós a bit annoyed … Continue reading What F1 can learn from NASCAR II