F1 Race Stars (PC) Review
There are few developers around who can claim to know more about the racing game genre than Codemasters. The UK based company are responsible for Colin McRae (DiRT), GRID and F1 games with gameplay ranging from the serious to more fun titles like DiRT: Showdown. That game showed that the racing game studio had a sense of what makes a fun game but following the release of the latest F1 simulator few would have imagined that a follow-up would be so quick to market but it is… kind of.
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How To Make Research Paper Codemasters also apply their knowledge of the F1 brand with DRS power-ups that add super speed and invulnerability or KERS corners where we pump the accelerator to build up a speed boost for the upcoming straight. Pit’s are also included, but not in the normal way, as we are fixed at high speed during the pit lane should we become damaged by a weapon.
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With a pick up and play, straight forward feel to the game it was vital that Codemasters added a lot of variety to the game and they have also succeeded on that front. There are plenty of race modes both online and offline with enough power ups, unlockables and challenge available to keep everyone busy for a decent period of time. Track variation is huge and the only real issue with the game, other than being a touch to easy early on, is that it is probably priced on the high side. At £27.99 (Steam)… £19.99 seems more appropriate in our opinion. That said a higher price never stopped Mario Kart Wii becoming the best selling racing game of all time. Some extra originality, especially in weapons which are mostly quite familiar, might also have been nice because the ideas which are new here (like KERS, on the fly pit repairs and the like) are all very good and enhance the gameplay.
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