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19/12/2012 FGTV: F1 Race Stars Family Hands-on Review Review
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F1 Race Stars is a new cartoon-style interpretation of Formula One. FamilyGamerTV put the game into the hands of a family of F1 enthusiasts and see how they get on.

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F1 Race Stars is a new cartoon-style interpretation of Formula One. FamilyGamerTV put the game into the hands of a family of F1 enthusiasts and see how they get on.

Despite initial disappointments that the courses are not the same as the real tracks, we discuss how effective this game is for the children and the Formula One-inspired elements that set this apart from other Kart racers such as Mario Kart.

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