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Now for the first time ever, F1 fans can get a taste of the new season from the outset rather than having to wait until the championship is nearly over. Designed specifically for the racing sim fan, no aspect of the sport has been overlooked to ensure F1 2000 is the most accurate and detailed F1 title on PC.
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I admit, I was very frustrated with this game at first. I couldn't get anything to work right. I was determined, however, to make it work. I focused on downloading updated video drivers and not playing with the display settings. Those display settings can be frustrated because the "inadequate" game manual doesn't do a good job explaning these settings. The results of my tinkering paid off.
I am only running a 400mhz Pentium II with 128MB RAM. I did however upgrade to a 32MB video card some months ago to get my Harley Davidson game to run correctly. I feel that F1 2000 is a solid start for EA in Formula One. The graphics are crisp and not choppy on my system. The track detail is fantastic and my car screams around the circuit. I am no game junky. I just like to get on and race. Admittedly I use a lot of the driving aids, but I have fun racing as Michael Schumacher's teammate.
My biggest disappointment is the lack of weather. F1 and rain go together like peanut butter and jelly! I have no doubt that EA will correct this. Having lived through many progressions of Madden Football, I am confident this game will only get better. EA's commitment to upgrading their games each year is great. I am also thrilled with the new tracks and drivers on their correct teams. I know I will be disappointed with GP3's game because it is based on a season already two years old. In the end you can't have everything. Can't we all just get along? After all, our passion is Formula One!
For starters, this game will run on .01% of all home PC's. I had to do a $300 upgrade my computer, and it still didn't run like it was supposed to.
As a Formula One enthusiast, this was the biggest dissapointment, especially from the company that brought us Need for Speed. The sounds sounded like a bad early 90's driving sim game, the cockpit view wasn't as realisitic, and like all other formula one games, it lacks pit stop action.
EA, please do your homework again and try to get it right. It totally misses the mark.