• Publisher: SCEA
  • Release Date: Sep 24, 2001
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  • Summary: The follow-up to the 2001 game features all eleven teams, 22 drivers, and 17 tracks of the 2001 Formula One season.
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  1. Positive: 8 out of 18
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  1. Games Radar
    A fine racing sim, and a fantastic F1 title. Highly recommended indeed.
  2. The feeling of speed in Formula One 2001 really gives you a thrilling ride. This coupled with the excellent AI, great handling, the latest F1 data and faultless presentation push it streets ahead of the competition.
  3. 80
    Arcade racers will be quite challenged by the difficulties of true F1 racing, and may run crying back to the muscle cars in GT3 out of frustration. However, if you already know what F1 racing is all about, then you can expect a well-crafted racing experience.
  4. The difficulty level is significantly greater than most racing games, which is simply because F1 racing is extremely fast-paced. Although it does have its downfalls, it still proves to be a fun game.
  5. 70
    In comparison to EA's F1 2001, it definitely feels like it's more of true-to-life simulation. The learning curve is really steep.
  6. Generic sounds, with graphics that don't blow you away, and gameplay that matches every F1 game I've played before, it just isn't worth a pick-up unless you are a hardcore Formula One racing fan.
  7. Official U.S. Playstation Magazine
    The handling and difficulty levels are completely screwed up. [Nov 2001, p.153]

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