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F1 2010: Confirmed No Demo
Game News | F1 2010 | By Paul on 15 July 2010 00:00

Our friends at RaceSimCentral have spotted a Twitter post from Codemasters that confirms there will be no demo on any platform for F1 2010.

The reasons are two fold: - firstly the time it takes to develop a demo will take away from development of the game, and secondly due to the amount of licensed material.

F1 2010 is due to be released on the PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 on the 24th September, and much more can be found on our F1 2010 game profile. Don't forget to post your comments below and you can keep up to date by following us on Twitter.


The system has been upantidg the menus and programming overnight. Exactly the same way a computer does. It's perfectly normal.Freeview boxes do the same thing as well as my Virgin V+ box.When you go on holiday and switch it off it can't update because there is no power. Exactly the same as your computer.When you switch it back on it will just update with the latest updates as normal. – Ajaj 18-Jul-2015
first learn to spell. the chances of you geittng a record deal is slim to none. there are hundreds of thousands of artists out there that have been making music for years, don't think you can just slide in and get a deal with no work. granted, you may get the justin beiber type deal that doesn't take any talent, just the ability to be a puppet for a label for a while until they get tired of you and toss you out like a '90 s boy bandyou can send anything you want to a record label. if you are strictly doing covers, you shouldn't waste your time. you don't need to have a band, but you need to show off your talents. using other peoples work to show your skills isn't a good first impression. keep in mind that many labels don't even listen to what is sent to them because there is so much. many people are geittng noticed with myspace music and youtube videos. if you get a lot of fans on sites like that then the lables will know that they can make money off of you and offer you a deal.age doesn't matter when it comes to a record label. at the end of the day its about making money. justin beiber has a contract and his balls haven't even dropped yet. personally, when i look for talent, i don't want anyone that is still in high school or younger. in my opinion, people don't have anything to say until their at least 18. there are people that could make me bend my rules, but they'd have to be amazing. i think experience goes a long way in the music business. i see a lot of little kids think they are going to be famous because their mom said they sing good, or they were in a school play or something. it takes a lot of hard work and talent. the percentage of people that make music and have a deal is very small. if you aren't making music because you love music, then go do something else. as a side note, it's not really all its cracked up to be. a lot of labels are screwing artists out of a lot of money. if your goal is to get a deal and be famous, you're probably going to get scammed at some point. REMEMBER: read the fine print before signing the contract and if the deal sounds too good to be true, it probably is. – Aril 17-Jul-2015
What a liberty!!!! – Thomas Baxter 02-Aug-2010
well, if I can't try it then I won't buy it! *giggles* – feschka 16-Jul-2010
aahh.... men that scrub my day for sure¬¬
i was preing or the demo come soon but now i will have no demo =[
(sorry for my bad english i'm brazilian) – Lucas Benastti 16-Jul-2010
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