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F1 2010 F10 vs GT5 F10

Discussion in 'F1 2010 - The Game' started by Ramon Alonso, Feb 22, 2011.

  1. Ramon Alonso

    Ramon Alonso

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    I finally got money to buy the Ferrari F10 in GT5 and was wondering if any of the members here have any thoughts on comparing them. There are only two circuits that are on both games, Monza, Suzuka, and Monaco. Trackwise I think they are pretty much the same, one game looking a bit better than the other, but is not a deal breaker or anything like that. As for the cars, I like F1 2010 better, but that maybe cuz I've played it a lot more, and more setups available or easier to do, and it sounds better. One thing I've noticed is that GT5 has more feedback than F1 2010, even though I have a G27, not supported by GT5 but can be used, and through the buttkicker also. The cockpit view in GT5 I'm not a fan of, but I'm starting to use it on F1 2010 so the jury still out.
     
  2. Erik Tveit

    Erik Tveit
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    There isn't to much differences really. The lighting can be a bit better in GT5. But, I won't say any of those games are bad. Down to opinion. ;)
     
  3. Oli Peacock

    Oli Peacock
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    GT5's Monaco is very different compared with f1 2010's Monaco. ie GT5's monaco :the sequence of corners after tabac theres no curb, only lined with armco
     
  4. Erik Tveit

    Erik Tveit
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    Yes, because GT5 don't got the license for Monaco.
     
  5. ozzie8

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    You can brake much later in GT than in F1 (unrealistic). In Monza at chicanes I need to brake from 200m mark in F1, in GT I can halve braking distance easily.
     
  6. Tim Brook

    Tim Brook

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    In real F1 they brake 80-120m before the chicanes...
     
  7. James Chant

    James Chant
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    I make that 3.
     
  8. Ramon Alonso

    Ramon Alonso

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    It's a new math coming out these days where 2=3!!