PS4 vs Xbox One Head-to-Head Face Off: August 2016

Every so often, Eurogamer run a series of technical comparison reviews for games released on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

This is the latest update to the full list and you can hover over the web site icon for a very quick summary.

  • PS4 logo 75x16  Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
  • PS4 logo 75x16  F1 2016
  • Xbox One better than PS4 Transparent 16x16 Marvel Ultimate Alliance
  • PS4 / Xbox One equalXbox One / PS4 equal Transparent 16x16 Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2

F1 2010 (2010, Games for Windows Live) – 8/10 Formula 1 racing game review

Cast / crew
Senior Producer: Ian Flatt
Senior Producer: Paul Jeal
Game Designer: Stephen Hood
Technical Director: David Percival
Lead Programmer: Mike Stimpson
Lead Programmer: Neil Topham
Lead Programmer: Ryan Sammartino

F1 2010 (2010)

Formula 1 racing based on the 2010 season. Work your way up from the bottom over three, five or seven years to achieve the most prestigious prize in motorsport: the title of Formula 1 World Champion.


Authentically structured Formula 1 game undermined by the staggering choice not to employ any recognisable FOM television graphics and shipping with a few game-spoiling bugs. The excellent career mode sees you striving to work up from trying not to finish last, through sneaking into the points, being a top ten contender, grasping a rare podium, to winning a race on a favoured track and finally putting together a championship campaign with a top team. It brilliantly insists on having you go through practice and qualifying (which can be time-accelerated) and a minimum 20% race distance (all the way up to 100%) making every event feel like an event. The core racing experience is outstanding; they harry and overtake where possible and this may be the first racing game where I’ve never being unfairly taken out by AI. Gran Turismo 5 may be the best driving game on this console generation, but F1 2010 is the best racing game.

Classified 3+ by PEGI. The game is only suitable for persons who have reached the age of 3 or over.


F1 06 Formula One Championship Edition aka F1CE (2006, Game, PS3) – 8/10 review

Development Director: Clemens Wangerin
Game Director: Graeme Ankers
Technical Director: Jason Chown
Senior Producer: Gareth Betts
Producer: Martin Harrow
Lead Programmer: Stuart Lovegrove
Lead Programmer: James Ogden

F1 06 Formula One Championship Edition aka F1CE (2006)


Racing game which gets the racing and sense of speed absolutely right, delivers the best online racing implementation paradigm ever and best back-marker AI for lapped cars (they predictably and courteously ease out of the throttle and move off line) but these outstanding points seems to emphasise other minor shortfalls in presentation, user-friendliness, weather that completely breaks the game (your pit crew refuse to change you on to wet or intermediate tyres and will fuel you three laps short of race distance and won’t let you back in the pits and the AI continues to circulate at dry pace) and the slightly unbalanced difficulty level (a Studio Liverpool tradition).