REVIEWSF1 2014 Review
Codemasters’ F1 series ranges from great to average due to its yearly nature, but what does F1 2014 bring to the table? As it turns out, quite a lot.
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Last night I returned home from PAX AUS 2014. Long story short, it wasn't perfect, but it was quite possibly the best weekend I've had this year. It was a lot of fun. If you'd like to continue reading, the long story is just below.
Buckle up. This is gonna be...
I recently re-played this game, both Leon and Claire discs. I managed to accomplish LeonB, finally and thought it made a lot more sense to the plot I mean, lets face it. Claire doesn't seem to be the sort of girl who'd run on the tops of trains.
But anyway, for it's time that game was solid. I remebered playing it younger and being scared stiff. When I play it now, not so scary but there are a few good bits that make you jump, though play it at midnight all alone in your dark room then yeah... Freak out...
I also never realised how dramatic the game was. I can see that the whole Sherry thing did make... a little sense and the end with the rocket launcher made more sense with LeonB.
The sounds are still the same, haunting music, disturbing visuals and the same, never tiering groans.
If you haven't played this game yet, then buy it. Now.