Playstation : F1 2000 Details
Formula One racing may pale in comparison to the U.S. popularity of NASCAR, but that doesn't mean that a good F1 game isn't worth your attention. Rather than create a game for the casual racing masses, EA Sports stayed loyal to the hardcore F1 fans with F1 2000, providing more of a simulation than an arcade-style speed burner.
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All the tracks from the F1 circuit are here, rendered to perfection, as are all the racing teams. Pre-race options are just astounding with all the standard car setup features, such as differing tires, gear ratios, and suspensions. There is also a telemetry check screen that examines the performance of racers' cars, allowing for optimal changes.
Once players start racing, they may find that cars don't respond as they should, and controlling these beasts can take quite a bit of practice. That means casual players will be spending more time in the grass then they may consider fun. For F1 fans, though, F1 2000 really has it all. --Robb Guido
- All the tracks and all the race teams
- Much more of a simulation than an arcade game
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