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F1 2011 - Playstation 3

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  • Go Compete F1 2011 builds extensively on the multiplayer options from F1 2010. Split-screen racing is included for the first time in a high-definition FORMULA ONE title.
  • New Circuits for 2011. Two stunning new additions to the race calendar extend the number of circuits to feature in F1 2011 to 19.
  • Be the driver, live the life. From the paddock to the track, F1 2011 takes players closer to the experience of being a FORMULA ONE driver than ever before.
  • All the cars, all the stars. Fully licensed, F1 2011 features all the drivers set to contest the 2011 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP, including Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton, Fernando Alonso, Michael Schumacher and Jenson Button.
  • Full Day / Night Racing. The 2011 FORMULA 1 ETHIAD AIRWAYS ABU DHABI GRAND PRIX comes alive with a full day/ night transition which recreates the special atmosphere at this unique track.
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Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0056WJA4E
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 4.3 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 20, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,084 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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Platform: PlayStation 3

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F1 2011 is Formula One racing game that challenges players to "Be the Driver and Live the Life" as they take on the role of an up-and-coming driver on the FIA Formula One World circuit. Sequel to Codemasters Birmingham's F1 2010 game, F1 2011 is designed around the EGO game engine, which renders more detailed damage and physics for in-game cars across larger environments than technologies used in other games. Additional features include: unprecedented authenticity with real-world Formula One racing, a huge range of tunable vehicle variables, your favorite drivers from the FIA circuit, new circuits and rule changes for 2011 and a new focus on multiplayer gaming, including a co-op option.

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A True Formula One Experience

F1 2011 is the sequel to the BAFTA winning Formula One video game from Codemasters, the developer and publisher of award-winning racing games. Developed under Codemasters' exclusive worldwide agreement with Formula One World Championship Limited, F1 2011 comes complete with all the official drivers, teams and circuits featuring in the 2011 FIA Formula One World Championship.

A Formula One car coming right at you in F1 2011
Get closer to a true Formula One experience than ever before.
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Fully licensed racing through a track in a wooded setting in F1 2011
Two stunning new additions to the race calendar and new rule additions.
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Leading the pack in a smoke covered Shanghai track in F1 2011
Go from rookie to FIA Formula One World Champion in Career Mode.
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Racing from the back of the pack in F1 2011
The world's greatest cars and most exciting races.
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A New Focus on Multiplayer Gaming

F1 2011 builds extensively on the multiplayer options from F1 2010. Split-screen racing is included for the first time in a high-definition Formula One title. Competitive online racing is extended with 16 players going head-to-head in Grand Prix with up to 8 AI drivers added to simulate the full grid of 24 drivers. An innovative new co-op Championship enables two players to lead their favorite Formula One team to Driver and Constructor glory across the course of a Formula One season. These enhancements are complimented by additional quick fire modes including Time Attack.

New Circuits for 2011

Two stunning new additions to the race calendar extend the number of circuits to feature in F1 2011 to 19. Players will be able to debut ahead of the drivers on the Buddh International Circuit, the home of the first Formula 1 Grand Prix of India and players will be able to test themselves on the iconic Nürburging circuit for the first time in High Definition, as this legendary track returns for the 2011 season.

Be the Driver, Live the Life

From the paddock to the track, F1 2011 takes players closer to the experience of being a Formula One driver than ever before. A new Parc Ferme area, an expanded and revamped Paddock, new Pit Lane, celebration and reaction cinematics and an enhanced media interaction system fully immerse players in the glamour, pressure and excitement of being a Formula One driver. Players progress from rookie to FIA Formula One Drivers' World Champion in an extensive career mode where gamers fight to become priority driver and shape the development of the car by performing well in races and earning performance upgrades.

All the Cars, All the Stars

Fully licensed, F1 2011 features all the drivers set to contest the 2011 FIA Formula One World Championship, including Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton, Fernando Alonso, Michael Schumacher and Jenson Button. All 2011 teams are represented including Ferrari, Red Rull Racing, Vodafone McLaren Mercedes and Lotus Renault GP in their iconic black and gold livery.

KERS, DRS and More

F1 2011 includes all the new rule changes set to make this year's season the most exciting yet. F1 2011 debuts DRS (Drag Reduction System) - the new system which enables drivers to adjust the rear wing on the car to give a boost of up to 10km. KERS also returns, giving players an extra 80BHP for up to 6.67 seconds, enabling drivers to blast past rivals. Combined, these systems encourage close wheel-to-wheel racing with new options for both defense and attack. This season's new Pirelli tires are faithfully simulated in the game, and if players push their car too hard they may experience a range of authentic new damage failures.

Day and Night Racing

The 2011 Formula 1 Ethiad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix comes alive with a full day/night transition which recreates the special atmosphere at this unique track. Every one of the existing circuits from the 2010 roster has been given a complete visual overhaul. New atmospheric effects, including dynamic clouds, compliment a weather system which features an advanced rain model that affects on-track grip. Powered by the EGO Game Technology Platforms, F1 2011 pushes forward the graphical standard of what can be achieved in a racing game.

The World's Greatest Cars, the Most Exciting Racing

Building on the heritage of producing award-winning racing games for over a decade, Codemasters is uniquely placed to realize the spectacle and exhilaration of racing 200MPH+ Formula One cars for all fans. F1 2011 can be tuned for players from a wide range of skill levels, from the casual gamer to the hardcore simulation enthusiast and those in between, with a range of differing skill levels. A huge range of vehicle variables can be tuned to suit each player's unique driving style, or drivers can entrust their race engineer to set their car up and head straight onto the track. F1 2011 will support a comprehensive range of racing wheels for the ultimate racing experience.

Unprecedented Authenticity

Codemasters has used its unprecedented access to the world of Formula One to connect the development team directly with Formula One teams and tire manufacturers. Extensive consultancy has taken place with a range of Formula One professionals, including race engineers, mechanics and drivers. This has been combined with real world data including CAD and onboard telemetry to deliver a race experience complete with authentic handling, accurate circuits and precisely modeled racing cars.

EGO powered Formula One

F1 2011 is being developed on the EGO Game Technology platform, evolved from the award winning EGO engine. Enabling Codemasters development talent to share tools and technology across Studios and Central Technology teams, the EGO Game Technology Platform empowers Codemasters game designers to realize their creative visions across multiple platforms featuring cutting edge graphics, powerful AI, advanced physics systems and integrated network play.

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F1 2011 is the sequel to the BAFTA winning FORMULA ONE videogame from Codemasters, the developer and publisher of award-winning racing games. Developed under Codemasters’ exclusive worldwide agreement with Formula One World Championship Limited, F1 2011 will come complete with all the official drivers, teams and circuits featuring in the 2011 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP.

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39 of 43 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Does justice to the thrill of the sport September 21, 2011
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
A confession from me, first. I rather enjoyed F1 2010, and liked the experience despite some very sizable flaws and a borderline sense of being underwhelmed. That said, F1 2011 improves upon it in every measurable way. As a 'sequel', it far surpasses. Still 12 teams, 19 tracks, same top speeds of nearly 220mph, but the impact on the senses is much more enjoyable.

Some of this has to do with the sport itself-- The rules in F1 itself have changed significantly this year, with 2 particular elements that a new player might well think was added just for the video game and could never really exist on the cars! Whereas the previous iteration was mostly "point and drive", this year we welcome 2 odd acronyms... names aren't important, but what is noteworthy is that they're both used as enhancements to the car that the player has control over. "KERS" is a small power boost allowed a certain amount per lap, and "DRS" allows higher speeds in a straight line. Sneaky, yes? Well, they've made the races of the real sport much more exciting, and it's great to see it reflected in the game.

The in-car HUD has gone through a total overhaul and is now very slick . Split times are always up and they've been color coded the same way the official F1 timing system uses them so that they're visually distinct. The pop-up info screen for tyres and damage has an awesome new tab-- a short list giving you vitals such as when you expect to pit next, and expected exit position back on the track if you were to stop now. Since the sport requires players to change tyres in all races at least once, it saves a whole ton of thinking and lets anyone understand what the "big picture" for the race is.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Superior to 2010 September 21, 2011
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
F1 2011 is here and it is a great step forward in the codemasters handling of a much beloved and intricate sport, but there are some caveats. Outside of the actual races, career mode is still a tad dull, it has been streamlined a little so answering reporters questions has a far more noticeable effect on you and your team, but overall it's nothing special...until you get to a race. Here things really start to shine, physics HAS been improved, there is a sense of weight and mass to cars that was a little off in 2010, cars feel less like friction less rockets and more like the grippy super cars they are. Your car will bounce and bob and is overall a better driving experience over last year. More surprisingly the AI is improved, it's hard this early to say where it's better, except that now AI opponents defend position, look for advantages when attacking yours, and basically are a real threat. On hardest difficulty it's a real nightmare, so much so that I don't think it can be played without a wheel setup if you're playing with no assists.

To me F1 is all about strategy, and what's so great about this game is that you feel like that the only way to win is to have a competent strategy for each track and any of it's given weather conditions, and of course a fuel and tire strategy that will have you staying in the race, oh and the the new addition of the pace car only adds a layer. KERS is here and it's something I'm learning to use, but I like it and DRS is also added. KERS is a one lap use while DRS is useable anytime, with some exceptions.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great racing game September 26, 2011
By berg
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
im not the worlds biggest f1 fan but i do like auto racing and follow most... so anyways... i will judge this game based on NASCAR 2011 the game and from f1 2010

this game BLOWS AWAY NASCAR the game 2011 in every possible way... at first this game got me so mad because i picked the second hardest difficulty and limited assists and i couldn't complete a turn, unlike nascar i can put it on very hard and go from worst to first in about 2 corners... but then i thought hey its is actually fun, i actually have a challenge in a racing video game!

- career
really havent got into the f1 career but if its anything like last year its 10xxx better than NASCAR... in nascar i put it on hard and won all the pole and races... not a challenge at all

- multiplayer
this is the biggest for me... on nascar you pick a driver and go racing with no season or anything... but in f1 they finally have split screen, which is a blast! Me and my brother were teammates and had a great battle in the points. its such a positive to have split screen in racing games but the season makes it worth something...

- graphics/damage
once again f1 has beautiful graphics and realistic car handling and damage... not the case in nascar where the graphics are ok and the damage looks so fake and the cars drive like they are on ice... at first on f1 i could not turn the car, because they actually were driving like a real f1 race car and not like a car on ice... also KERS and DRS are in the game and only on the teams that really have it.

i don't do online racing games because i feel that everyone is a poor sport and is only out there to wreck you so i have no comment on the online part of the game...
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