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F1 2009 including wheel for wii £27.71 instore at asda
F1 2009 including wheel for wii  £27.71 instore at asda

F1 2009 including wheel for wii £27.71 instore at asda

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Just brought this game in asda for my husband for xmas and including the wheel only cost £27.71. Had loads in stock behind counter in southampton. It was selling for £39.99 in game and gamestation so thought this was a pretty hot deal.

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F1 2002 has better graphics than this pile of ****.

JoeUK;7012691

F1 2002 has better graphics than this pile of ****.



Without wishing to appear argumentative or starting a graphics over gameplay argument, have you played the game?

I have a Wii and a PS3 and enjoy games on both, for me sometimes graphics can improve a game, but the gameplay has to be there to start with.

Does anyone know if this is anygood?

JoeUK;7012691

F1 2002 has better graphics than this pile of ****.



Does that run on the Wii?

Agent_Silver;7013178

Without wishing to appear argumentative or starting a graphics over … Without wishing to appear argumentative or starting a graphics over gameplay argument, have you played the game?I have a Wii and a PS3 and enjoy games on both, for me sometimes graphics can improve a game, but the gameplay has to be there to start with.Does anyone know if this is anygood?



Couldn't agree more!

Review are general quite good:

metacritic.com/gam…009

74% IGN UK Delicious handling and a palpable … 74% IGN UK Delicious handling and a palpable sense of speed combine to make a game that's unique on the Wii, and while there's a feeling of an opportunity missed with the licence, for fans of the sport deprived of an F1 game for so many years this does just enough to satiate the thirst.

IGN 7.4

Closing Comments
Ugly, sloppily presented and poorly featured it may be, but F1 2009 does at least nail the most vital part of a racing game – the driving. If you can see through the mist of its low-grade visuals and look beyond its threadbare options, there’s a deeply satisfying driving experience. Delicious handling and a palpable sense of speed combine to make a game that's unique on the Wii, and while there's a feeling of an opportunity missed with the licence, for fans of the sport deprived of an F1 game for so many years this does just enough to satiate the thirst.

Its all about the racing...pretty visuals are one thing, but I started on Atari 2600, then NES, MegaDrive, PS1, XBOX every Gameboy (apart from the 3d one) including color, and for me it is always the gameplay...original Bionic Commando, Mario Bros, Manic Miner....Dig Dug anyone? Showing my age

Agent_Silver;7013465

IGN 7.4Closing CommentsUgly, sloppily presented and poorly featured it … IGN 7.4Closing CommentsUgly, sloppily presented and poorly featured it may be, but F1 2009 does at least nail the most vital part of a racing game – the driving. If you can see through the mist of its low-grade visuals and look beyond its threadbare options, there’s a deeply satisfying driving experience. Delicious handling and a palpable sense of speed combine to make a game that's unique on the Wii, and while there's a feeling of an opportunity missed with the licence, for fans of the sport deprived of an F1 game for so many years this does just enough to satiate the thirst.Its all about the racing...pretty visuals are one thing, but I started on Atari 2600, then NES, MegaDrive, PS1, XBOX every Gameboy (apart from the 3d one) including color, and for me it is always the gameplay...original Bionic Commando, Mario Bros, Manic Miner....Dig Dug anyone? Showing my age



Visuals may impress the onlooker but like you say it is all about the game play. My kids have this on the PSP and I find it, as a casual gamer, good fun.

i bought this as it was the only console formula 1 game available... it really quite like it, best racer i've got on the WIi, pleasantly surprised would be an understatement,

P.S. i'm gonna vote cold as i saw it at £25,?? in tesco only yesterday
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