F1 2016 Reviews
Employing the driving aids available sucks the joy out of the game and I’d rather play Mario Kart or Road Rash if I have to resort to such an arcade mode.
Codemasters has finally made the Formula 1 game F1 fans have been clamouring for – realistic, thrilling, and adrenaline pumping.
After last year’s largely disappointing entry Codemasters amends almost all of the game’s faults with F1 2016. With a great sense of speed and a plethora of options and game modes F1 2016 is one of the most engaging racing experiences ever made.
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F1 2016 is better than its predecessor, thanks to a range of innovations expected by all fans: the return of Career, a better complexity of the race weekend, the inclusion of the pit stops and a better AI.
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F1 2016 is a return to form that delivers what fans have wanted while finally feeling at home on this generation of consoles. If you’ve been holding out for a year or two, this is a great time to jump back on the incredibly fast wagon. Even if they did promise realism but still show Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton smiling on the podium at the same time.
F1 2016 is the game that fans have been waiting for. Its Career Mode gives fans a reason to invest time into the game for quite a while, and also gives players a taste of the goings-on when you’re off the track.
Codemasters created a great foundation for themselves when they made F1 2015. It wasn’t the greatest F1 game ever, but it looked and ran great. Building upon that foundation, F1 2016 adds quite a few bells and whistles, along with a meaty career mode and an unforgiving Pro Career mode that is as much fun as it is difficult.
Even with some obvious issues, F1 2016 keeps you racing right up until the checkered flag.
This is almost certainly the best F1 game from the development team thus far, and a real step up from last year. Codemasters has finally hit its stride in the racing genre, with some quality racing sim titles such as this and Dirt Rally.
F1 2016 looks like it could be an instant classic. If Codemasters can nail the multiplayer portion, it has a very good chance of being the best entry in the series.
Make no mistake, F1 2016 is pretty, but in some areas and not others.
Annual franchises can be tough to get excited about and to differentiate, but Codemasters has made some great decisions with F1 2016 to make it a clearly superior version to last year's, and quite possibly the best version in the franchise to date.
Codemasters has gone the extra mile for F1 2016, addressing almost every last one of F1 2015's shortcomings, while delivering an in-depth and enjoyable Career Mode at its core. Factor in all of the other modes and touches, and F1 2016 is not only the most authentic Formula One game to date, it's also one of the best in some time.
With a gratifying campaign mode and a racing experience that had me physically leaning my body into every turn, Codemasters have created a racing game that provides a gripping experience from start to finish.
F1 2016 is a real upgrade on its predecessors, and hints at a promising future.
It's a podium finish at last for Codemasters' racing series.
F1 nerds and racing fans, get ready for the best F1 game ever conceived.
F1 2016 is an outstanding race sim, and should be in any race fan's rotation.
It really is the F1 themed racing game that The Codemasters should have made all along.
Whether you’re a lover of all things Formula One or just a fan of racing games in general, F1 2016 deserves a place in your collection.