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F1 2013 The Game Announced

Discussion in 'F1 2013 - The Game' started by Bram, Jul 15, 2013.

  1. Bram

    Roaring Pipes Maniacs | #27 Staff Premium Member

    Bram Hengeveld submitted a new blog post:

    F1 2013 The Game Announced

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  2. That 2nd to last Ferrari I am pretty sure is the F399 from 1999... If that is considered a classic F1 car then we might see plenty of cars in the DLC... Here's to hoping. ;)
  3. Glad to hear the AI will be more agressive, still hoping they improve the penalty system and the damage model

  4. I remember when I was young and played Nigel Mansell's World Championship on SNES. Looking at this video I remember all those moments and I can say now: F1 2013 will be freaking awesome.
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  5. CM to release another buggy piece of crap. Just go to the codemasters forums and you'll see what I mean. That's for all platforms.
  6. Chris Stacey

    Chris Stacey
    Ted Kravitz Appreciation Society Staff Premium Member

    Why bother being coming on here to say that? Keep it to yourself.
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  7. It's called FEEDBACK! Why do you, personally, see yourself as being responsible for attempting to stop Codemasters customers from expressing their opinions on their products in a place where administrators blatantly invite them to do so, by having a 'comments' box?

    NEWS FLASH: Life is not all rosie wosie and full of sparkles, there's a lot of crap that goes on and there are a lot of people who are miserable about said crap. I think the question should be more like: Why don't you keep your opinions on other people's posts to yourself, instead of attempting to silence people who have experience of Codemasters modern business plan of 'churn it out quick, fix bugs later... If at all.'?
  8. I think it looks good, although whether it really IS good remains to be seen, as Codies have been so lazy with their coding of late. Grid 2 was a horrible flop and a huge disappointment from the first instalment; with trademarks like this surrounding them, I'll have to see some incredible stuff before I part with my money for it, especially as I guess I'll need to activate it with Steam, which is another huge reason to stay clear of a game for me.

    The future of gaming does look cloudy, especially for PC gamers and especially if you're into driving. :(
  9. Chris Stacey

    Chris Stacey
    Ted Kravitz Appreciation Society Staff Premium Member

    1) It can hardly be considered "feedback" if he hasn't got any first hand experience of playing the game. All that's been seen are some screenshots and a couple of videos. To give feedback you need first hand experience. He was just commenting typically hateful dross, with no constructiveness about it.

    2) I'm absolutely not trying to stop people from publishing opinions on a site that encourages such behavior. However expressing your opinion should be within reason, especially If you have zero first hand experience of a product.

    3) The idea that game companies have a "churn it out quick, fix bugs later... If at all." mentality is complete rubbish. Designing and programming a game to try and replicate a sport as complex as Formula 1 is no easy task. Of course there will be bugs (Show me one game that doesn't have a single bug, and I'll show you a liar), but at least Codemasters released several patches last year to help fix the problems, and now F1 2012 is one of the better racing games available.
  10. Tom

    Staff Emeritus Staff

    Constructive criticism is welcome. Raging, however, isn't.

  11. Graham Laing

    Graham Laing
    ...... mostly harmless Staff

  12. Nothing from 50s, 60s, 70s in classic means this is not so much classical at all.
  13. Τhey wanted drivers that are still alive (that's why Ayrton isn't in the game). Top drivers from that era are dead.
  14. Great to see the mirrors actually work in the 80s Williams video. A huge help for me atleast :)
  15. Codemasters make a classics "mod" without the greatest cars for 80s like the McLaren Honda 88-91 or Lotus 98T-99T etc..... And also they dont put world greatest drivers of all time like Ayrton Senna and Gilles Villeneuve.... I hope they will Watch people commentary , add Senna and his cars.. a lot of people ask codemasters about that
  16. Bram

    Roaring Pipes Maniacs | #27 Staff Premium Member

    That Senna is missing has maybe something to do with licenses. So far there is only one company that will have this legendary driver featured in his own Ayrton Senna Game.
  17. Not 1 championship winning car from the 1980's.
    Not very classic
  18. Jack Brabham is alive, Niki Lauda, Jackie Stewart, Emerson Fittipaldi
    Many racers died on track from that period, some could still be alive.
    Also popularity would be huge if Lauda togehter with Hunt on Nordschleife, they can't put Hunt in the game because he is dead, but it can be used in a movie????
    Also rather Mika Hakkinen than Coulthard, Mika is legend in so many ways.
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  19. Man, u guys like to bitch up very much and only think negative about this and that:O_o: , its...wow, never satisfied of anything, at least they did a part of classics, what if they never did it?

    I'm surprised you guys dont ask F1 since Jesus times
  20. Steve wrote that they only used to still alive drivers, that about Senna's name.