F1 Race Stars – Now Available In North America, Coming To Europe This Friday

Codemasters announced today that F1 RACE STARS will ship to stores in North America today and race into retail in the UK on Friday 16th November for X360, PS3 and from Steam for Windows PC. In keeping with the game’s theme, new videos released today give a couple of the game’s power ups their very own over the top TV-style ads, parodying ‘home shopping’ advertisements.
F1 RACE STARS promises to feature the full cast of FORMULA ONE stars as you’ve never seen them before in a chaotic sprint for the chequered flag on circuits littered with power-ups and featuring jumps, loop-the-loops and barrel-rolls.
Designed to share the fun with 4-player split-screen racing, which can be combined with up to 12 player-online play, racing fans of all ages will experience a new world of FORMULA ONE fun as they dodge a Truckosaurus, speed past Robo-Sumos and leap into a shark’s mouth on speedy circuits inspired by 11 iconic tracks including Monaco, Silverstone and the new Circuit of Americas in Austin, Texas.
Gamers can experience powered-up FORMULA ONE in single player and with up to 4 players in split-screen today with the F1 RACE STARS demo for Xbox 360, PLAYSTATION 3 and from Steam for Windows PC today. In the demo players can race as Jenson Button, Fernando Alonso, Sebastian Vettel or Kimi Räikkönen and compete against other official and fictional FORMULA ONE drivers, transformed into heroic caricatures that are bursting with personality.

F1 RACE STARS - Bottle Rocket - UK

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