a3HeadedMonkey wrote:Some good games again tonight with Shelster & chums. 20% races, although long, really do add an extra bit of strategy with the mandatory pit stop.
The people that have posted in this thread & haven't played with us yet are seriously missing out. Including all of you hen pecked gits that get roped in to watching Eastenders each night! Sorry, I'll stop now.
Seriously though, this game is a lot of fun when you get in a room with some like minded people that give each other the room they need on the corners. The invite is always there, 8-9pm, same bat channel, same bat time.
altitude2k wrote:I resent that remark! I managed to watch Eastenders AND play some F1 last night - I'm very clearly a free spirit...
shellster2 wrote:It might be just my age and level of fitness, but is anyone else a bit drained after a few races? i'm not even paid to concentrate that hard!
Paradaz - UK wrote:When are you guys gonna stop messing about and get F1 2010 on PC
altitude2k wrote:If you play this on the PC, then you don't necessarily have the ability to throw your controller across the room - which I've found to be an integral part of the F1 2010 experience...
shellster2 wrote:playing on a pc feels rather souless to me (or my mac for that matter). I wouldn't wipe my arse with F1 on the PC.
i picked up a free version of portal on steam for my mac and it feels totally wrong. the only games i liked on pc were the golf pro and virtual pool 2. that'll tell you how long it was i gave up that sh1te.
...and before anyone says.... i have a more than capable pc and mac. i just use them for work, the domain they belong in
Reegeee wrote:To be honest if I had a PC capable of running F1 2010 I would feel like I was wasting it just using it for work.
Actually, I'd probably be a starved wreck, clothes rotted off and sitting in my own faeces as I had failed to stop playing Civ 5.
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