F1 2011 Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
F1 2011 Reviews7
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|Digital Spy||2/5||Dec 12 '11|
|EuroGamer||6/10||Dec 16 '11|
|Games Radar||4/10||Nov 28 '11|
|IGN DS||6.5/10||Dec 13 '11|
|Nintendo World Report||7/10||Jan 31 '12|
|WiiWare Nintendo Life||4/10||Dec 04 '11|
|Nintendo The Official Magazine||81%||Nov 25 '11|
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"Sumo Digital should be commended for its attempts to pack as much as humanely possible into a Nintendo 3DS game. However, despite its wealth of options, game modes and extras, F1 2011 fails where it counts most, on the race track. Like a provisional licence holder with their own Formula One team, F1 2011 has the tools and tech to make a mark, but no skill to back it up."
"That F1 2011 on 3DS achieves what it does is impressive. This is a feature-complete take on the 2011 season, with all 20 rounds represented in as authentic a fashion as possible. There's a multi-season career mode, taken wholesale from its bigger brother, while it's possible to engage in three-lap sprints or indulge in a full Grand Prix weekend."
"There is some fun to be had from time trial, challenges and the tracks that work properly. And with the penalties switched off, it almost passes as some crazy, incident-filled version of F1. But if you're after an authentic racing sim on 3DS, best wait a little longer, cos this most certainly ain't it."
"F1 experts have probably already been racing their way through the home console versions of this title since September. With the 3DS version's odd A.I., it's hard to recommend that Formula fans give this edition a go. Codemasters knows racing -- but when they pass off portable development to other teams, you've got to be wary."
"F1 is definitely not for everyone. I probably won't get too much more play time out of it, since Mario Kart is also on my shelf, and that's more my speed. Still, the serious racing fan will likely get a kick out of this one. A lot of care went into the total package, and while there are some AI issues and lack of graphical impressiveness, it's hard not to appreciate what Codemasters and Sumo Digital have managed to cram onto this little game card. But depending on how into F1 you are, your experience may vary."