Make history in FORMULA ONE™! F1™ 2013 features all the cars, stars and circuits from the 2013 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP™ plus, for the first time, classic content. F1 Classics is an expansive new game mode, introduced by legendary broadcaster Murray Walker, in which you’ll race legendary drivers in famous cars on iconic...
User reviews: Very Positive (2,885 reviews)
Release Date: Oct 3, 2013

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Reviews

“Feel like a real F1 driver. Editors' Choice Award”
4.5/5 – GamesRadar

“The franchise’s most complete iteration yet.”
8/10 – VideoGamer

“A mouth-watering selection of classic F1 cars, drivers and tracks.”
8/10 – CVG

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About This Game

Make history in FORMULA ONE™! F1™ 2013 features all the cars, stars and circuits from the 2013 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP™ plus, for the first time, classic content. F1 Classics is an expansive new game mode, introduced by legendary broadcaster Murray Walker, in which you’ll race legendary drivers in famous cars on iconic circuits from the 1980s. This classic content can be played in a range of modes including split-screen and online multiplayer.

F1 2013 also features all of the new drivers, team moves, tyre changes and remodelled handling to recreate the thrill of racing 2013’s stunning roster of FORMULA ONE cars. New enhancements, improvements plus new, expanded and returning game modes combine to deliver the most complete simulation of a FORMULA ONE season in videogame history.

F1™ 2013: Classic Edition




F1 2013: CLASSIC EDITION is a premium package which features all the cars, stars and circuits from the 2013 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP plus, for the first time in the series, classic content. F1 Classics is an expansive new game mode in which you’ll race legendary drivers in famous cars at iconic circuits from the 1980s. F1 2013: CLASSIC EDITION also features extra content from the 1990s and additional Classic Tracks which can be played in F1 Classics, split-screen and online multiplayer. F1 2013: CLASSIC EDITION also features all of the new drivers, team moves, tyre changes and remodelled handling to recreate the thrill of racing 2013’s stunning roster of FORMULA ONE cars. New enhancements, improvements plus new, expanded and returning game modes combine to deliver the most complete simulation of a FORMULA ONE season in videogame history.


1990s Content (F1 2013: CLASSIC EDITION only)

1992 Ferrari F92 A
Original Driver: Jean Alesi
Team Legend: Ivan Capelli

1992 Williams Fw14b
Original Driver: Nigel Mansell
Team Legend: David Coulthard

1996 Ferrari F310
Original Driver: Michael Schumacher
Team Legend: Gerhard Berger

1996 Williams Fw18
Original Driver: Damon Hill
Original Driver: Jacques Villeneuve

1999 Ferrari F399
Original Driver: Eddie Irvine
Team Legend: Jody Scheckter

1999 Williams Fw21
Original Driver: Ralf Schumacher
Team Legend: Alain Prost

Classic Tracks Pack (F1 2013: CLASSIC EDITION only)

Imola– Former Host Of the San Marino Grand Prix™
Estoril – former home of the Portuguese Grand Prix

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.4Ghz or AMD Athlon X2 5400+
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: AMD HD2600 or NVIDIA Geforce 8600
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 15 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Direct X compatible soundcard
    • Additional Notes: Supported Graphics Cards: •AMD Radeon HD2600 or higher, HD3650 or higher, HD4550 or higher, HD5000 Series, HD6000 Series, HD7000 Series. •nVidia GeForce 8600 or higher, 9500 or higher, GTX220 or higher, GTX400 Series, GTX500 Series, GTX600 Series. Intel HD Graphics 3000 or higher, AMD Fusion A8 or higher.
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows Vista, Windows 7 64 bit or Windows 8
    • Processor: Intel Core i7/AMD Bulldozer
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: AMD HD6000 Series/Nvidia GTX500 Series minimum 1GB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 15 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Direct X compatible soundcard
    • Additional Notes: Supported Graphics Cards: •AMD Radeon HD2600 or higher, HD3650 or higher, HD4550 or higher, HD5000 Series, HD6000 Series, HD7000 Series. •nVidia GeForce 8600 or higher, 9500 or higher, GTX220 or higher, GTX400 Series, GTX500 Series, GTX600 Series. Intel HD Graphics 3000 or higher, AMD Fusion A8 or higher.
    Minimum:
    • OS: OS X Mavericks (10.9.2)
    • Processor: 2.4 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512MB VRAM - AMD 4xxx series, Nvidia 6xx series, Intel HD4000 series or better
    • Hard Drive: 15 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: The following graphics cards are not supported: ATI X1xxx series, ATI HD2xxx series, Intel GMA series, Intel HD3000, NVIDIA 7xxx series, NVIDIA 8xxx series, NVIDIA 9xxx series, NVIDIA 3xx series and NVIDIA 1xx series. The following cards require you to have 8GB of System RAM: Intel HD4000.
    Recommended:
    • OS: OS X Mavericks (10.9.2)
    • Processor: 3.0 GHz
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 1GB VRAM - AMD 6xxx series, Nvidia 6xx series, Intel IrisPro or better
    • Hard Drive: 15 GB available space
Helpful customer reviews
11 of 12 people (92%) found this review helpful
68.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 27, 2014
Best one out so far, super fun to drive the old cars especially after watching the movie "Rush" . Tyre wear is NOT a problem. If you can't manage to save your tyres you need to study your driving skills again and learn about something called throttle management. Fun career and overall a nice looking game graphically. The game does a great job at capturing what it feels like to be slicing through corners at fast speeds and how to handle a Formula 1 car. Nice balance between SIM and Arcade. Enough SIM to make it feel real, but not to much arcade to make it feel like you're playing need for speed. 8.5/10
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5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
367.3 hrs on record
Posted: April 8
9.5/10

At the time of writing this review, F1 2013 is my most played game by at least 3X the amount of hours over any other.
However it is not for everyone. If you don't enjoy going around 20 tracks over and over again for hours then this game is probably not for you. On the other hand if racing around famous tracks such as Monaco at high speed, fighting against some of the best drivers in the world for position and avoiding (or not) huge crashes then I'm pretty confident you'll enjoy this game.

The main attractions for me is to do with perfecting my racing line, braking points and generally putting in faster lap times again and again. I have also enjoyed modding the game - which isn't intergrated but is relatively straight forward. Mods can do many things to the experience of this game such as increase the damage taken from even the most gentle touch of another car, to increasing the logic of the AI to make them perform better. The final thing I have enjoyed most is the wheel to wheel battles with other cars.

My Friend, ABigPurpleGoose, and I have thoroughly enjoyed the co-op chanpionship and are currently on our second playthrough fo it.

The AI can be very quick and you'll notice this especially when they are supposed to be on worn tires with you. They seem to have reduced tire wear or at the least some form of traction control to help them as I'm sure they would not be able to handle driving without one of them. As previously mentioned, mods can improve they're logic. For example, if they are next to another car and they're coming up to a corner, the car on the outside will always win except in a couple of corners like the hairpin at Monaco. The mod can help to remove this significant flaw which certainly spoils the enjoyment. Their very basic logic is the only gripe I have with the game.

Finally, don't buy this game on PC expecting loads of people to be playing online, I have tried many, many times and never raced another human outside of the co-op championship.
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
15.6 hrs on record
Posted: December 1, 2014
I have played F1 since codemasters started with 2010. Since then it has been steady improvements on some of the AI aspects as well as some features. Keeping up to date with the F1 season. This years is even better with the new 80's era mode. Where you can drive the F1 cars that legends like Senna, Prost, Lauda, and Stewart have all driven and won in. They sound different and even include the older tracks.

The career mode keeps the same format as years past but is still impressive. The team expectations and rivals features really give you something to look forward to season after season. Managing your fuel, tires, and driving to make it to the finish. Online play is fun, however I havent done to many races yet. Would recommend and if you can, get F1 2014.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
19.8 hrs on record
Posted: December 29, 2014
I recommend this action packed racing game man!!!!!!
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
85.0 hrs on record
Posted: May 14
BOX! BOX! BOX! XD
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
112.9 hrs on record
Posted: March 12
I am a huge fan of Formula 1, so this game appeals to me greatly. The young drivers feature is great, but the career seems very linear. This may seems obvious, but in the previous versions there where a few more features that have been removed for some reason. The other problem I have is that the AI never seems to be affected by tyre wear. However, despite this the game is quite good.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
16.1 hrs on record
Posted: May 6
Includes classic content, good game and even the Niki Lauda Ferrari 312T.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
11.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 28, 2014
F1 2013 is a very enjoyable game. If you choose to play it with a racing wheel it's especially difficult, but also quite rewarding when you drive that perfect line flat out. I wish there were more of a Story/Campaign Mode to keep you occupied. Perhaps something about trying to outperform your teammate each race. Without that it can feel quite repetitive at times. There is still a lot of work to be done, but if you're an F1 fan, you should be well pleased with this title.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
8.4 hrs on record
Posted: January 24
played with the logitech g27 steering wheel:

was doing good, started my career as a driver, started 22nd, got up pto 16th, held position for a couple of laps.
Then i looked at my time, forgot to break, ramed my race team partner (he got a DNF) finished 21st.
I blame it all on the hud. (can be turned off)

10/10 going to ram people online
Muohahahaha
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
66.2 hrs on record
Posted: March 26
Awesome game!
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
6.9 hrs on record
Posted: May 5
F1 is the most comprehensive and accurate simulator of racing that I have ever seen. It is far beyond the DiRT series, any free simulations, nearly anything short of a professional racing simulator. And this game sometimes even rivals that. The AI is a bit quirky and can be forceful, but the small bits are easily overshadowed by the game's particular attention to detail from the angle of the wings down to the engine's mechanics. It really shows that Codemasters put a lot of effort into this game, and they have a lot to show for it.
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70 of 73 people (96%) found this review helpful
506.9 hrs on record
Posted: June 1, 2014
After having clocked up a fair old number of hours, I think that I've reached the point that I can write a reasonable and considered review, but before launching into it, I'd like to make the point that I've never played F1 2012. As such, I can't make a comparison, and a feeling that has been concurrent amongst many previous reviews, that it's not worth the purchase if you have the last iteration, is one that I can't make a comment on. Now onto the review.

First of all, I've enjoyed pretty much every single of the 370 hours (at the time of writing) that I've played. That's quite an achievement - even the ultimate in open world RPGs, Skyrim, has only got 280 hours on my account. And that's across three playthroughs. There are negatives - of course there are, what game doesn't have them? But they are on the whole overshadowed by the numerous pros.

Singleplayer
I got my wheel at the same time as the game, and it took me quite some time to readjust. Thus, Singleplayer played a large part in my experience of the game - and it's pretty good. The Career, I'll be honest, is uninspiring - just five seasons around the same 19 tracks against all the same drivers in all the same cars - but when you consider that this is an F1 game, that's not surprising. I'm still only up to Spa in Season 1 - that's Race 11, I believe, after having some difficulty with Corrupt Save Files, and I'm not really eating up the miles in the same way as I used to.
Admittedly, to begin with, it's addictive - intoxicating, to an extent. Especially with a wheel, it's a very engaging game, and once you begin fiddling with the strategy, and the setups, even with a very average AI, it's great. I managed to clock the equivalent of a full 100% season before I started tiring of it.
And then after that, Codemasters have done a very decent job of fleshing it out with some excellent stand-alone features. There's the stock standard Time Trial, and Time Attack (For which you are awarded medals based on how fast you go), in addition to the Scenario Mode feature, which is good fun - placing you in a range of - you guessed it - scenarios, and then assigning you a score based on your performance. Throughout all this are the leaderboards, which is a nice touch, especially when competing with friends (I'm in a battle around Brands Hatch currently), and the only slightly saddening touch is that there are some people out there who aren't racing honestly, and ruining the very top of the leaderboard.
All in all, the singleplayer section is initially exciting, but this fades with time. Nevertheless, it was worth the £8 I payed on Amazon all by itself.

Multiplayer
The Multiplayer aspect of the game is the one that I now live for, and play pretty much exclusively. It's also very contrevsial.
I suppose I should probably start by adressing the really major problem, and that is the strength and consistency of the connections. I race in a competetive league (link at the bottom), yet each race, of the 12-16 player grid, around 2-6 players lose connection - even those with a strong internet service. This is irritating, but it doesn't happen all that often, and it's easy enough to work around on a small scale.
Now onto the praise. It's great. I mean really great. True, in terms of variety, it's not fantastic. You can only do races. But again, that's what F1 is about - racing. So no complaints there. But if you can find friends who play - or better, make friends out of like minded players - and you have some way of communicating with them during the race (e.g. Teamspeak, Evolve or Skype), then it's fantasic, more so if you're equally matched, because you can really relate. I won't delve into all the good things about multiplayer gaming, but it's a wonderful escape from reality.
Quite possibly the best thing about the Multiplayer is the number of Racing Leagues out there. While the quick race lobbies are usually scarcely populated, and frequented by intentionally dangerous drivers, the community aspect of a small league is very attractive, and it means that you can race regularly against player of a similar ability to you in an attempt to improve. Again, I won't wax eloquent about the merits of Race Leagues - but they are fantastic fun.

Classics
I'll be honest, the Classics section does feel like somewhat of an afterthought. There are a small selection of cars, with a slightly less small collection of Legendary drivers, which you can race as, but it's definitely not a game in it's own right - there is no career, the addition tracks are beautifully done but there are only four of them (two without the DLC), and though the cars look and sound gorgeous, the small selection and obvious performance gap means that it's hard to have a really decent race. A novelty, but a nice one, and it serves to refresh your enthusiasm for the game occasionally by doing away with the repetition that is running round a track like China 50-odd times.

As a Sim
If you're looking for a Sim, then sorry, you're in completly the wrong place. Though harsh, F1 2013 falls probably half way between Grid 2 (Ultra Arcade) and Race 07 (Total Sim). The tyre wear feels scripted. There are limited setup options, and most of them don't really make a difference to the way the car feels, or drives. Even without any assists, with a soft suspension you can absolutely floor the throttle mid way through a corner, and be on your way without any drama, even around a low grip circuit like Hungaroring. It's not a sim. It doesn't feel even remotely feel like one, and if a Sim is what you want, then go buy Assetto Corsa or Race 07. That said, it's good for a casual gamer looking for an experience that's more Simmy than normal.

The AI
One of my few major complaints about the game, the AI are average at best, and for a premium title that suggests an Intel i7 is the way to go, average disappoints me. They're overly aggressive, and yet they struggle to overtake. They are also poor at defending - you can dive it up the inside of pretty much any corner in the calender, and they'll leave you room. On the lower difficulty levels, they're little more than fodder, though admittedly, it takes some time to get up to speed.
However.
Similarly to F1, overtaking isn't a massive aspect. It's more about flawless consistency and excellent pace - and in those category, the AI shine. There are few enough races that I notice the AI in gravel traps or barriers (Monaco being the one exception), and even after 370 hours, in the Sauber, I'm only just fast enough to win on Expert (level 4 out of 5). So while not engaging in terms of their racecraft, they do what they're meant to, and the do it well, and it doesn't spoil the game in the same way that the first half of this section suggests it might.

Noticable Absences

-Free Practice Sessions 1 and 2. It only allows you an hour per race before qualifying to do setup and R&D work.
-Formation Lap
-Cool Down Lap
-In race settings. You can't adjust, for instance, you're diff while on track, and even Brakes and Fuel only have three settings.
-Variety of in game clips. Even if you win a world championship, you only get to see your typical 'I've one a race' fistpump shot.

Conclusion
Buy it.



It's a very good game. It's solid all the way through, enjoyable to the core, and if you put the time in, rewarding. You will see yourself improve. Trust me on this. If you're a fan of racing games, it's a must. If you're a fan of F1, it's a must. If you're a fan of both, I don't know why you even bothered coming here and reading this. But even if you're not, it's still fun, and it's the best way I've found (Except for reading) of passing two hours. Best of luck in your racing endeavours.
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117 of 142 people (82%) found this review helpful
298.7 hrs on record
Posted: November 29, 2013
Definitely the best offering yet from Codemasters, with the return of a realistic low speed traction model, and tire scaling, which makes races much more strategic, as they should be. A lot of early bugs were patched, but there still remains some issues with audio which cuts out at times. The Classic content was of no interest to me when announced, but it turns out to be one of the more enjoyable parts of the game, as the car models, engine sounds, and handing are all magnificantly done. That's not to say there is a sim element to the handling yet, with the classics or the 2013 cars. Sadly, there isn't a sim element to any facet of the game, and in addition to the arcadey handling, the setups are dumbed down, the physics are unrealistic, and the tracks have no life to them. Laser scanning the tracks though, is not likely within the budget or time available to CM with their yearly release schedule. As always, the PC version is a bit held back because of the outdated technology in the PS3 and 360, but expect bit things from F1 2014 as we move to PS4 and Xbox One. For now, this is a good improvement for the series, and the best to date.
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77 of 101 people (76%) found this review helpful
11.3 hrs on record
Posted: October 4, 2013
And so the latest incarnation of Codemasters F1 series comes along... and even though it's early days, it's already clear that this is the best of the series. At last the AI makes sense and has had some work put into it... no more will you be getting pole and the win in your Marussia car! You need to put in some performances and get noticed by the bigger teams until they sign you before you can start challenging for podiums and wins. The tyre wear is every bit as problematic as it has been in the real 2013 season, so you have to balance speed, cornering and overtaking aggression with tyre maintenance... something i am terrible at!

And of course there is the additional content... The 1980's and 1990's classic cars. For me, the inclusion of the 1980's cars, the great turbo era, makes this game an essential purchase. The difference in acceleration, top speed and handling of the 80's gems compared to the 2013 cars is staggering, giving you a whole new challenge. Hopefully there will be more 1980's and 1990's cars coming in the guise of DLC's (Benetton 189!!!), as well as some more classic circuits (Mexico City and Adelaide please!!). What there is, is fantastic, and there is the promise of more...
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98 of 149 people (66%) found this review helpful
9.3 hrs on record
Posted: January 26, 2014
Although Codemasters has somewhat fixed a few of the glaring issues with the previous f1 game, mainly the awful understeering and the overly aggresive AI, there still are quite a few issues that have yet to be resolved.

One of those annoying unresolved issues is with wheel support. I have used both my Logitech Driving Force GT and my Fanatec CSR wheels with f1 2013, and just like the previous game, it still requires a lengthy setup process to get the steering linearity, force feedback, and brake settings just right. Even after the settings are set properly, there's just too many bugs with using the wheel, and sometimes the game just flat out forgets my wheel settings altogether.

Some issues i've found with racing wheels include: understeer using my Fanatec wheel (the Logitech wheel seems to remedy this issue); force feedback completely turns off when you don't plug in the wheel BEFORE starting the game, forcing you to quit and restart the game; force feedback turns off momentarily during cornering, causing the wheel do go "dead" for a couple of seconds; wheel settings being lost; overly sensitive brake settings (Fanatec CSR pedals with a load cell brake pedal seems to help alleviate this issue). In other words, no matter which wheel I use I will have to put up with one issue or another. This is frustrating and could have been easily avoidable had Codemasters actually took notice of the many forum threads started by users having the SAME EXACT issues in the 2012 release. That's just lazy development/programming if you ask me.

Other noticeable annoyances include the penalty system, which although has been improved a bit from the last game, still will award you penalties that you didn't deserve, while giving AI players a pass. The game also suffers from some very poor optimization compared to the last game. In f1 2012, I was able to run the game at the highest graphics settings while still maintaining good fps and with almost no lag. In f1 2013, I have to play the game with medium to low settings, and even then I still get lag and my fps drops well below 30fps whether im on an online or offline race. I wish this were an exaggeration but it's not.

Overall, despite some bug fixes, there's just way too many issues and nuisances with playing this game that the overall experience suffers greatly. In addition, there are not nearly enough improvements to f1 2013 to warrant someone to play this version over the previous f1 2012. The career mode and online modes are still all too familiar. If you found yourself frustrated with the previous game like I did, skip this version as well. There's no reason to support a game dev company that refuses to fix blatant ongoing issues with their games.
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93 of 142 people (65%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
6.9 hrs on record
Posted: January 10, 2014
my fingers are sweating, its the last lap of the 4 hour long lemans f1 world cup, my finger slips as i shift into 7th gear, simultaneously opening a rift in the sound barrier that sucks all my opponents up leaving me in the #1 spot. at this moment in time im peaking over 375MPh, i feel the raw horse power of my futuristic stallion catapulting me towards victory. with a click of my finger i shift into 17th gear, my helmet melted off 2 laps ago, my cockpit is full of spaghetti. i have to be catious on hairpin turns, because if the spaghetti im marinating in spills over the top of my cockpit, I will be disqualified. by the time i hit 24th gear all my skin has melted off and im a skeleton, but the crowd is cheering as i pass the checkered line. midgets are carrying me to the victory steps for some reason and im handed a golden trophy, all the sudden everything goes black.i wake up in my chair back in my basement, it's pitch black except for the slight flickering glow emitting from my monitor. as i regain consciousness slumped over in my seat, I notice im only wearing whitey tighties. My hairy chest is covered in pasta sauce, chef-bor-r-d. as my monitor is flickering, I begin to see what is on my screen, it is the title screen for F1 2013 Steam Edition. Everything goes black again. I wake up again in an f1 cockpit, at the beginning of the same race. Im scared, hold me

good game, 8/10
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54 of 77 people (70%) found this review helpful
6.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 27, 2013
If you are one of them who liked F1 2012, you will like 2013.
The AI is more "human", and will make more mistakes.
That simple thing made me buy 2013 because that is one of the things I didn't like with 2012.
And will result in yellow flags and so on, wich is nice and makes the driving a bit more authentic, for me.

On a maybe negativ note, I think the 1990's pack and Classic should be something that wasn't a dlc but in the game.
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22 of 23 people (96%) found this review helpful
222.7 hrs on record
Posted: October 8, 2014
This is the first racing game I've ever played so far and I'm absolutely into F1 and when I saw some videos, I really wanted to get it.

When I first started the game, I didn't have any problems at all and the Young Drivers' Test really helped me to understand and learn the basics. After the Young Drivers' Test you'll have your first ever race weekend in F1 2013. The Practice Session is really helpful to get used to the track and the handling of the car etc. It really takes some time to get used to the handling, the oversteer, the understeer, the track and I recommend to use the full practice season, or even restart it when you're running out of time. The driving assists really help and allow you to focus on the track and its hardest corners. I spent about 7 hours on the Melbourne circuit to get used to the car and the track itself. Once you got used to the handling, oversteer, understeer etc. it won't take that long to get used to the following tracks. If you really want to participate in leagues later on, you have to put a high amount of effort and time into it, but you will get rewarded with some epic battles afterwards ;)

All in all, the game is a worthy F1 racing game and I would definitely recommend it to anyone interested in Formula 1. I also recommend buying a steering wheel if you don't have one already.

All important features are included, but of course there always are some things that would be nice to have, but you can't have everything. I'd give this game 9,5 out of 10 points.
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24 of 29 people (83%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
505.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 15, 2014
BEST F1 GAME EVER. Good Graphics, Easy Game To Play, Better than F1 2014
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137 of 234 people (59%) found this review helpful
6.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 26, 2013
you can wear a space helmet
game of the year
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