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Test Drive: Ferrari Legends - Playstation 3

by Atari
Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Everyone
2.9 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews
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  • Multiple Racing Types - Experience a variety of race type challenges including Rally, GT, and Formula 1
  • Extensive Online Competition - Race in online competitions with up to 8 player multi-integration
  • 36 Circuits, Including Variations - Drive your way through 36 circuits including GP Circuits, Test Circuits, and Bonus Circuits
  • 52 Stunningly Detailed cars - Re-live the greatest modern and classic Ferrari models with 52 stunningly detailed cars
  • Advanced A1 - Challenge highly intelligent, realistic, and difficult A1 opponents to push you to the next level
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Platform: PlayStation 3

Product Description

Experience the Ferrari Racing Legend. The Ferrari brand comes alive in a whole new racing experience with Test Drive: Ferrari. Harvest the speed and power of these highly tuned vehicles through a variety of tracks guaranteed to challenge even the most experienced drivers. From detailed physics to extensive race circuits to sophisticated car models, Test Drive: Ferrari combines the ultimate driving experience with the ultimate sports car brand!

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In the racing world, one name is synonymous with speed, agility and perfection. One name crossed the boundary between automobile and Legend. The fine-tuned mechanics, groundbreaking design and blistering speeds of one of the world's most coveted cars are yours to experience when you take the ultimate Test Drive in a fully souped-up, race-ready Ferrari.

Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends
36 Circuits
36 Circuits
Grab the wheel and ride
Grab the wheel and ride
Over 50 Ferrari models to choose from
Over 50 Ferrari models to
choose from

Synopsis

Push your vehicle's power to the absolute limit as you take on immaculate circuits around the world — but be prepared to put your driving skills to the test against challenging conditions, advanced AI and extensive online competition. Rev the engine, let out the clutch and shift into the most distinguished brand of racing in Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends.

Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends shifts the racing genre into high gear, going beyond the tracks to fully immerse you in the rich history of the landmark brand. With 52 finely tuned, lovingly detailed Ferrari models, from legendary classics to the cutting-edge designs of today, as well as an extensive range of world-famous circuits, Ferrari Racing Legends delivers the ultimate driving experience. The Ferrari story unfolds before you as you clinch victories and unlock tracks and cars. Hammer down and find out just how fast your wheels can go when you race against AI opponents or a group of your friends in white-knuckle competitions. The wheel's in your hands, the switchgear's at your fingertips and the pedal's at your feet — what feats can you conquer in the driver's seat of a Ferrari?



Key Features:

  • Grab the wheel of landmark Ferrari models, and gun it to the racecourse to test your driving skills in rally, GT and Formula 1 competitions
  • Experience every intricate detail of 52 Ferrari models — from groundbreaking classics to sophisticated modern designs — with lovingly rendered working switchgears, visible engines and more
  • Push your machine to the limit in the best driving environments the world has to offer as you tear through 36 of the greatest GP, test and bonus circuits from past and present
  • Immerse yourself in the pulse-pounding challenges and hard-fought triumphs on the track as fine-tuned car dynamics simulate acute speeds, visceral damage, realistic tire blowouts and more
  • Bring the Ferrari's rich history to life in Campaign mode, where you'll unlock legendary tracks and cars that elevated the brand to lasting fame
  • Put your technique to the test against highly advanced AI opponents, or challenge friends to an online competition
  • For 1 to 16 players

Product Details

Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B005JQ05KA
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: July 3, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,080 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
I was really looking forward to this title, but I now have the biggest case of buyer's regret that I think I've ever had with any game. I play a lot of racing games, and I think this is the biggest ripoff I've ever experienced in a game purchase. Understand that I'm playing on the "Easy" difficulty setting and "Novice" driver setup with all assists on, and I've still only been able to get through about 8% of the campaign, and unless Atari comes out with major update to either dial back the difficulty and/or fix the really bad, twitchy handling, this is probably about as far as I'll ever get. I wouldn't mind so much if you were given unlimited access to all the tracks and cars in Arcade and Time Trial modes, but the vast majority of the game's content is locked until you unlock them in the campaign. So as things stand right now, I only have access to 9 out of 36 tracks (nothing from Nordschleife) and 12 out of 52 cars.

Atari, you are hurting yourselves and gaming in general when you make games this inacessable and frustrating. I applaud your choice to have selectable difficulty settings in the game (ALL GAMES SHOULD HAVE THIS), but if you're going to have an Easy setting, IT SHOULD ACTUALLY BE EASY. By all means, have a Difficult setting for hard core gamers who want to spend hundreds or thousands of hours pursuing a near impossible goal if that's what they really want. But for the rest of us mere mortals who want to have fun, and not another freaking job, please give us (and yourselves) a break.
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I really liked this developers earlier games (Shift 1 & 2), so I was quite excited about this game as well. That went away as soon as I got it. You've got three different sections in career mode, Golden Era (the really old Ferraris), Silver Era (stuff from the '70s and '80s) and Modern era. I started on Golden Era, which was okay. The cars handled okay, the tracks looked okay, everything was just okay. Problem is it was pretty boring. I don't know if it's the physics or the force feedback or what, but I didn't feel as if I was actually driving a car - I felt like turning the steering wheel made the scenery rotate on the screen. Didn't feel connected to the track at all. I tried the Silver Era, and they put me in a 512 BB that handled as if half the air had been let out of the tires. It didn't even turn - it just slewed sideways and slid. Good grief, my '99 Chevy Cavalier handles 10 times better than this nonsense.

The career mode is set up in such a way that you choose an era and then you have to win race 1 to unlock race 2, etc. So if you really hate a car, too bad. You've got to win 5 or 6 races in it before you can do anything else. Even in arcade mode, most of the tracks are locked and you can't use them until you've progressed to a certain point in career mode.

I'm a big fan of racing games - I platinumed Shift 1 & 2, Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli, spent a huge amount of time with GT5, played a whole season of F1 2010, and several others. But this game didn't do anything for me. As another reviewer said, wait for a cheap used copy - there will be plenty of them.
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The game starts out well in career mode, then about halfway through the first set of missions, there is an obstacle course track that is IMPOSSIBLE to get past. And that's just ONE of the missions that are too difficult....on the EASY SETTING. To get past this mission and on to the next one, you have to meet several criteria... ONE, beat a lap time that is difficult without obstacles and TWO, weave in between obstacles without touching them even SLIGHTLY while keeping off the grass. OH and by the way, do this while driving one of the worst handling cars in the game. The developers of this game made it too much work, and not enough fun. Total fail on their part. My son plays tons of racing games and we do our best to unlock all the cars and tracks so he can access all the content on his games. He is autistic and to not be able to use items that are clearly in the menus causes him stress. Keep in mind that I have played over 50 PS3 and Xbox 360 games with him and I'm a very skilled video game driver, so when I say something is TOO HARD, it's TOO HARD. On the EASY setting! C'mon Atari! At the very least offer some DLC that will unlock all cars and tracks in career mode (not online obviously for competitive reasons) or even offer an 'update' to the game that....I don't know....makes the EASY setting actually easy? Some developers have figured this out (such as the Need For Speed series). Total letdown, aggravation when there should be fun. If you want your games to test the limits of your patience, buy this game. If you want to have fun playing your games, avoid this game.
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If your expecting any kind of a decent game say gt5, supercar challenge, psns ferrari the race experience, um really any decent game, shift or 2, ull be really disappointed. So lookin forward to it preordered months in advance played for 5 mins n turned it off. I'll give it another chance when I'm not furious but this is in all aspects a brutal effort
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It's been a long time since I played a Test Drive series game. I diverted strictly to more realistic games around the time of Gran Turismo 3. It looks like they've brought back some of the realism, and I was stoked to get to drive (fairly good-looking) digital recreations of every major Ferrari car in history. But the game structure and interface of Ferrari Racing Legends are lackluster at best.

Career mode is disappointing and repetitive in a not-so-fun way. It is hard to describe how this game differs so greatly from the enjoyment of grinding a course over and over to shave off mere tenths-of-a-second in Gran Turismo because all racing games are repetitive. The repetition breeds the skill of game. But I don't feel that way with Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends.

Perhaps it is the lack of clarity of the goal structure, or the spartan interface that looks like it belongs on a PSOne. Or is it the lack of expandability of the game with its limited rewards? Maybe the game is just too basic and easy. I can beat the hardest achievement levels in just a few tries, so there is little challenge to the experience racing gamer.

Another big problem is that Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends falls into a no man's land of realism: The driving physics are rudimentary compared to Gran Turismo or Forza series games, but too realistic to have the mass appeal of an arcade racer like Need for Speed.

If you love Ferrari like I do, you'll maybe find some fun hurtling the Prancing Horse around some legendary courses not found in other games. But most likely, you'll find that this is another disappointing manufacturer-specific racing game that misses the mark of its sponsoring marque.
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