Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli is a visual powerhouse with a racing style that is fast and accessible, yet the feel is more "sim" than arcade. It includes over 15 international racing circuits along with multiple gameplay modes such as Ferrari Challenge Seasons, Time Trial, Quick Race, and Endurance.
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Review 1 for Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli
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Ha! I hope this game doesn't see the light of day again. This ungrateful game persuaded me not to get anymore ps2 racing games. I hate this game so much. Why I hate this game is because, well, there's a lot of things. One of the reasons is because when your supposed to make a turn, it must be sharp, and the game won't let you make sharp turns. So you end up crashing in the sidelines. The second reason why I hate this game is when you get crashed in the side lines and get back on the road, the game will think you're cheating and draw a penalty. The penalty is 25 mph while all the other cars zoom right ahead of you. I like Ferrari's, but in a video game like this, eww! I got this game when I first got my ps2 and I hated it. In conclusion, this game is really bad, and you do not want to waste your money on this ungrateful game!
Graphics for this game specially this day and age should be as good as Gran Turismo 4. Not happening, also you cannot get behind the wheel and see the inside of the car like the PS3 version. Even F1 2002 and newer has this ability and looks pretty good considering the time period. The sound is very good and the tracks are as well. The cars are hard to control without traction control all the way up because of the power of the cars. That makes it quite a challenge. Customizing the graphics and paint on the cars is fun and looks pretty good but not that great when you race and watch a replay. I have not tried using my steering wheel yet which could be better or worse...I am sure the PS3 version is awesome but probably still doesn't look as good as Gran Turismo 5 Prologue but similar to PGR, Grid, etc... Racing game developers really should talk to Polyphony Digital! I'll still play the game though because I love racing and they're Ferrari's after all!