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F1 Race Stars, now available as a free-to-play download for the iPhone and iPad, includes all the cars, teams and drivers from the 2013 FIA Formula One World Championship racing across over 40 tracks from 15 F1 Grand Prix locations across the world.

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F1 Race Stars is available as a free download from the Apple App Store, with a 1.99 'Welcome Pack' seemingly being the only optional in-game purchase being listed. No details on an Android version of F1 Race Stars have been disclosed by Codemasters at time of writing.//

I want to buy this kart racer but the chances I get to play local multiplayer is slim and none. I need online in my kart racer so I can enjoy multiplayer daily. The game looks appealing, but I want online for a kart racer. Whoever made this decision chose poorly. I rather have online than all of the dlc.

@LoBo I'd pay $40-$50 for this game if it had online... I purchased the Sonic kart racer for $50 specifically because of all the online modes. I'm not a big fan of sonic at all, in fact can't seem to grasp why he is popular, but online kart racers? Shut up and take my money.

I was noticing this game on the eShop just the other day. It actually does look really good. For $30, I'm totally ok with no online- it's not like I know anyone who owns the game anyways, and I don't typically race random players. Never have. Actually, I think I will get this, especially since I just got my nice, new external hard drive for Wii U. Kind of a gamble on how good it'll be. That's the fun of buying it though.

@XFsWorld F1 Race stars has already been on the Xbox & Ps3 for a year , I'm not sure if it has online though , but yea we got the powered up edition with all the DLC for free + 4 extra tracks , my opinion is , if this were to have online multiplayer this game would undoubtedly sell well

@kyuubikid213 that's fine you think this game is worthy of a purchase even if it's missing online. Me, as a consumer will not purchase an offline kart racer. I would rarely ever get to play local MP therefore the enjoyment I would receive would be almost non existent.... Singleplayer karting just isn't my thing, they are best enjoyed with 2 or more players.

I want this badly... but I don't know about the $30 just yet. I was deciding between this and UnEpic last night, because I had $10 in DDP money... so I figured on one hand, I could get UnEpic for free, and on the other hand, I could get this game for $20. Ultimately, I chose UnEpic but I am planning on getting this game soon.

F1 Race Stars features various racers from around the world racing on various tracks. Each racer has different qualities that pertain to that racer. For example, one racer may get a triple ricochet bubble attack versus the normal. Much like other kart racers, this game features the staples: weapons, boost sections, shortcuts, etc. The player can choose from 1,000 CC up to 3,000 CC races.

The Wii U version of the game, dubbed "Powered Up Edition", was originally set to arrive by March 2013 but was quietly pushed back a little while. It was eventually given a physical release in Japan on June 27th 2013 and was later given a digital only release in Europe and North America on January 16th 2014 via the Nintendo eShop. The "Powered Up Edition" comes with all of the content previously sold only as DLC in the form of nine accessory packs and all additional race tracks along with support for Off-TV Play and some gyroscopic controls.

One of the most important F1 Race Stars cheats that can help players unlock all races in the video game is the cheat code which allows them to freeze the clock while racing against time; and the following cheating guide introduces a simple F1 Race Stars trainer created to activate the time freezing cheat code.

11 circuits from the 2012 season are available to choose by default on the console versions, but have modifications so that the gameplay is suited (e.g. some parts of the Yas Marina Circuit have been modified to be based on the rollercoaster Formula Rossa at Ferrari World). The Valencia Street Circuit, Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Shanghai International Circuit and Buddh International Circuit are also available as downloadable content on the PS3, Xbox 360 and Windows versions,[13][14][15] along with 9 accessory packs.[15] The GAME stores and sites in the UK also include an edition of the game with an exclusive code to download the Valencia Street Circuit for free.[11] The Sepang International Circuit, Bahrain International Circuit, Circuit de Catalunya, Hungaroring and Korea International Circuit are the only circuits of 2012 that aren't included. All of the DLC are already included on the Wii U version, which does not include online multiplayer, but does support the GamePad (including Off-TV Play), Classic Controller, Pro Controller and Wiimote.[12] The iOS version has 15 circuits from the 2013 season with 40 locations.[8]

Richard Walker of Xbox Achievements also gave a positive review, scoring the game 80, saying "Another string to Codemasters Racing's bow, F1 Race Stars is a neat kart racing game that appeals to kids and big kids alike."[18] Mark E. Johnson of Spong gave a score of 7/10, saying "If the idea of a smarter karting game appeals to you and/or you're an F1 nut, you'll get a few good hours out of F1 Race Stars."[19] Nick Akerman of Game Watcher also gave a score of 7/10, saying "Racing fans will enjoy the connection to real world F1-from safety cars that slow down the entire pack to boost-providing KERS-while others will never notice the attempt to make such a connection."[20] Daniel Krupa of IGN gave the game a score of 5.2, saying "F1 Race Stars is a limp caricature of a kart racer. Charming but not enough to forgive its frustrating gameplay."[21]

Sam White of Official Xbox Magazine gave a score of 7, saying "The result is a title that feels like it's gripped by identity crisis, unable to let go of its F1 origins to the degree required to be a great karting game. Instead, we get a curious hybrid that's fun, but not essential for either end of the market."[22] Matt Elliott of Official PlayStation Magazine also gave the game a score of 7, saying "It's a chocolate pretzel of a racer that's worth a spin for anyone looking to avoid the chin-stroking of F1 2012."[23]

Sony Computer Entertainment Europe announced the PlayStation 3 Slim, a smaller and lighter model of the console and a release date of 1 September 2009. Firmware 3.0 for the PlayStation 3 was also announced, adding new features to the PlayStation Network. Sony announced that the European Video Store would launch in November 2009. Sony also announced that the PlayStation Portable would get smaller games (under 100mb) in the form of 'minis' and that comics would also be available to download in December 2009. A "free game" registration promotion was announced for the PSP Go.

Microsoft Game Studios announced Fable III, along with a release date of 2010. Also, Microsoft announced their intention to release Fable II on the Xbox Live Marketplace in five episodes, the first of which will be free to download. 041b061a72

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