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Racing fans can count on Codemasters. This is a developer that knows the genre in and out. Reading back through the company's development history is like getting a "best of" list for racers over the years, with names like Dirt, Grid and the Colin McRae Rally series standing as only a few of their many hits. It was understandable, then, when the Formula One license was awarded to this same team -- and then even more understandable when F1 2011 arrived on home consoles a few months ago and was a superb adaptation of the sport. Codemasters knows racing. But Codemasters isn't behind this 3DS version. They're still the publisher, sure, but development was passed along to Sumo Digital for handle Nintendo's handheld. The result of the change in hands is, unfortunately, less than superb. F1 2011 makes an underwhelming first impression, as its 3DS menu icon, opening cinematic and in-game menus are all strictly 2D affairs. The 3D didn't kick in until the racing began. I could tell from the start that something was off about the entire package.
Codemasters' F1 2010, much to everyone's surprise, was an extremely successful Formula 1 simulator. In this year's game, the developers want fans to know it's not just the same game with a few minor tweaks and updates. They aim to overshadow 2010 with the sheer number of changes, overhauls, and additions to the game. One of the biggest features from the previous game was Live the Life, and they want to make sure you continue to feel as though you're not only just driving, but also experiencing the life behind the scenes. Interviews now have more impact and feedback depending on your answers, meaning you'll get a better understanding on how you impact your career through what you say. The big changes are the 2011 season rules, which include KERS (kinetic energy reduction system), which is essentially a 85 horse power speed boost for 6.6 seconds, and DRS (drag reduction system), which controls a flap on your car's wing, giving you a 10-15mph speed boost. Another big addition is the co-op championship mode. You and a buddy can tackle races together, as you're part of one driving team. A feature that fans were disappointed to see missing in the 2010 game was split-screen multiplayer.
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