Thrilling and believable racing.
Approachable for newcomers.
Additional game modes create a more complete F1 package.
Wonderful audio design.
Offtrack action is dull.
No Grand Prix mode.
By TechTree on November 08, 2012
F1 2012 Developer: Codemasters Birmingham Publisher: Codemasters Genre: Simulation Racing Platforms: PC, PS3, X360 MRP: Rs 1000 Street Price (As On 08-Nov-2012): Rs 800 (Flipkart.com) ; Rs 1000 (Infibeam.com)After acquiring the Formula One gaming...80
By PC Advisor on November 05, 2012
Released as the F1 season builds to its climax, F1 2012 is just what F1 fans need to keep them going during the winter break. The game lets you play the full 2012 season, with every track, car and driver present and correct (including the United States...80
By Tech2 on October 29, 2012
I t's that time of the year again. You know, when Codemasters serves up an annual dose of FIA-endorsed Formula One experience on your favourite console or PC and rakes in obscene amounts of money in the bargain. Although F1 2012 plays markedly...80
By eTeknix on September 30, 2012
This week I decided to try something a little out of my comfort zone when it comes to gaming, F1 2012. Now I'm already a big fan of racing games, but I never got into the whole F1 thing, I'm not a sports fan and I generally like variety in my...-
By GameSpy on September 25, 2012
Porting the blindingly fast and absurdly expensive sport of Formula 1 racing to a gaming environment isn't easy (Sony, for example, produced little of consequence for the PlayStation when it held the F1 licensing rights from 2003 to 2007) but, in...80
By GameSpot on September 20, 2012
Thrilling racing and a friendlier approach to newcomers make F1 2012 the best entry in the series...85
By Pocket-lint on September 17, 2012
The best game for F1 fans right...80
By PC Authority on September 17, 2012
bells and whistles are more important to the developer than nuts and bolts. Lovely bells and whistles they are, though. Despite using the same EGO engine, graphics have been polished nicely. Detail and colours are better and it runs faster on a given...67
By Techgage on September 17, 2012
Developers of annually-released sports titles inherit rather unique challenges when it comes to following-up to the previous game. What can be done when much of the game remains the same? Improving the game mechanics is a given, adding game modes can...-
By HardwareHeaven on August 31, 2012
With the 2012 edition of F1 we get new game modes, new tracks and drive enhancements to continue Codemasters quest for racing game perfection. Today we find out how it is shaping up in advance of next month's...93