So, you're considering purchasing an F1 simulation for your PC this year. Perhaps you already own one of the previous F1 titles from EA, and you're looking for something new and different, or maybe you see that the title implies 4 seasons worth of racing and that seems like a good time to jump in. In fact, this will be the last F1 title from EA for the PC, at least unless something changes their minds. Is EA trying to go out with a bang or a whimper? The answer is honestly: a little bit of both.
F1 Challenge '99-'02 crams a lot of sim nirvana into a sleek package. As its name implies, it flaunts four seasons of Formula One racing, including the drivers, cars, and tracks from 1999 to 2002. Therein lies the first caveat: You can emulate dozens of drivers and race tons of tracks, and you can play through an entire season for points, but the game lacks an ongoing "career" mode -- don't get it confused with EA's upcoming F1 Career Challenge for PlayStation 2. It's not a big loss, though, because there's still plenty to do.
Она вернулась. Вернулась под другим именем, но взлетела почти так же высоко, как предыдущая серия. И FIA уже объявила ее лучшим F1-симулятором.