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F1 Chequered Flag




F1 Chequered Flag 


Racing games have been a real deep disappointment this year. They were a real wide disappointment last year too. So when I was asked to review F1 Chequered Flag on the Personal Computer I was not thrilled. How many bad racing games can the market handle? Since F1 Chequered Flag comes from an indie video game developer I had even less confidence in this downloadable only Steam video game.

Guess what? F1 Chequered Flag is decent. I mean actually decent. I had fun playing F1 Chequered Flag on the PC. It looks nice, it plays nice, and it sounds nice. For five dollars there is quite a bit of replay in F1 Chequered Flag. Dollar for dollar F1 Chequered Flag is better than Project Cars, Drive Club, and Forza Horizon 2. Let that sink in for a minute. When we press a certain direction in F1 Chequered Flag the car actually goes that way. Maybe Slightly Mad Studios should hire Xing Interactive to fix that in Project Cars.

There is a really cool, and interesting game play mechanic in F1 Chequered Flag. The nitro is earned by bumping into other cars. Do you comprehend what that does? You may be far in the lead way ahead of the pack. They bounce one another around, and someone comes flying out of the pack thanks to nitro and catches you. If you are in the lead by yourself with no nitro left then you can't earn any more nitro.

I was able to set up the Family Friendly Gaming PC gaming controller to play with F1 Chequered Flag. The controls in F1 Chequered Flag are fantastic. The one downside to the game play is it is possible to get stuck in places. Thanks to other cars bumping into you it can be frustrating to try and get back into the race. There are twenty-four fun and diverse tracks in F1 Chequered Flag.

I hope F1 Chequered Flag gets ported over to the home consoles. This is fun racing game with local LAN, and online multiplayer modes. I could love a local split screen on the Playstation 4, Xbox One, and/or Wii U. F1 Chequered Flag is a solid racing title that families can enjoy. F1 Chequered Flag is also way better than Checkered Flag on the Atari Jaguar.
- Frank


Graphics: 80%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 90%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 75%

System: Personal Computer
Publisher: Xing Interactive
Developer: Xing Interactive
Rating: ‘NR’ - Not Rated
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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