Test Drive Ferrari Racing Legends is a racing video game developed by Slightly Mad Studios and published by Atari. Test Drive Ferrari Racing Legends is a driving experience for fans of the Ferrari brand. It is the eleventh game in the series, and was released on 3 July 2012 in North America. The game is a departure from the open world sandbox gaming style seen on past Unlimited games from the series, and returns to arcade racing, just as left in Test Drive 6, and also resembling Le Mans 24 Hours, a Test Drive spin off. Development for the game begun shortly after the release of Shift 2 Unleashed and uses the same engine to showcase “convincent physics models” and a “one of a kind experience for all driving enthusiasts.” The main gameplay in the video game is driving simulation, although the developer claims it to be a balance between simulation and arcade racing. Ferrari Racing Legends does not feature car customization, as Ferrari didn’t allowed the developer to include the feature. It is the first Test Drive game to be developed by Slightly Mad Studios.
Ferrari Racing Legends focuses on Ferrari’s history across almost all of the racing disciplines, including Formula One, rally racing, and GT. There are over 50 different Ferrari vehicles to drive, and each shows off full realistic interior and exterior models, as well as damage effects. The game is set to be released in celebration of the 65th anniversary of the first Ferrari ever built, the Ferrari 125 S of 1947.
Few automotive manufacturers have a legacy that’s as bold and exciting as that of Ferrari. Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends has the advantage of being able to draw on that rich and thrilling history. It includes 51 cars from Ferrari’s past and present, from the 1947 125 S to the 2011 150° Italia. These are incredible machines; the 1967 330 P4, the ’84 Testarossa, the 2005 FXX the sleek lines and sharp contours of these cars can quicken the pulse of most any red blooded automotive enthusiast. Unfortunately, despite having such an exciting stable of vehicles to celebrate, Ferrari Racing Legends flounders, with a poorly designed campaign that’s structured in such a way that even the privilege of driving some of the most coveted cars ever produced becomes a chore.
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System= Core 2 Duo CPU 2.0 GHz
RAM= 2 GB
Video Memory= 512 MB
Size= 2.61 GB
OS= Windows XP, Vista, 7 and Windows 8