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Publisher: Eidos Interactive
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Survival of the Fastest
Passion, energy and power, fused with commitment and professionalism are essential components of the Formula 1 lifestyle.
You want the lifestyle... take control... play Official Formula 1 Racing.
Schumacher... Hakkinen... Coulthard... Hill, now it's your turn... flying around the Spa circuit in the fog or around the famous streets of Monaco.
Using all the official FIA data from the '98 Formula One World Championship, all 11 teams and 16 circuits are realistically represented in the highest detail for your satisfaction and enjoyment. You can experience the ultimate realism in F1 driving using 'Simulation' mode or simply have fun playing in 'Arcade' mode. The choice is yours!
All official 22 cars and 16 circuits from the '98 Formula One World Championship
Tremendous graphics and stunning lighting - the cars and circuits are visually outstanding
Unbeatable simulation and arcade modes
Realistic and changeable weather conditions
Helicopter fly-over of each circuit
Unique network system enables multiplayer gaming for up to 8 players
Over 20 customizable camera angles
Windows 95/98: Pentium 133MHz or compatible, 16MB RAM, 2MB DirectX 6.0 compatible SVGA card, DirectX 6.0 compatible sound card, DirectX 6.0 or higher (included), 4x speed CD-ROM drive, 60 Megabytes of uncompressed hard drive space, keyboard.
Graphic Card Support: Direct3D, 3Dfx Glide and software modes are available; software mode with DirectX 6.0 compatible 2MB SVGA card; 8MB 3D accelerator card required for Direct 3D; 3Dfx Glide support.
Multiplayer System Requirements: Pentium 200 MHz or compatible, 32MB of RAM, IPX or TCP/IP local area network, 33.6 Kbps or faster modem, 33.6 Kbps or faster internet connection, Serial connection via null modem cable.
Controller Support: Keyboard, DirectInput compatible game controller, all major steering wheels supported, Force Feedback support with compatible controller.
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