However, the truth is that the latest game doesn't look too far removed from F1 2002. Fine details and improved frame rate aside, most would be hard-pressed to tell the difference. Still, it is fair to say that even with minor enhancements, it's easily one of the prettiest racing titles in existence today. In fact, at 1024x768 resolution or above and with all graphic options cranked, F1 looks better than television coverage, simply because it's so cleanly displayed via the high definition of your computer monitor. Interestingly, the game does not feature direct control over antialiasing. For that, you must access your graphic controller's properties window.You can read the full review here and don't forget to view our game profile.