Geoff Crammond's Grand Prix 4 Crack + Activation Code Download

Geoff Crammond's Grand Prix 4 New 3-D graphics engine brings a whole new dimension to this legendary series. Updated Artificial Intelligence creates an ultra realistic and competitive Formula One gaming experience. Unparalleled physics creating the true feeling of driving an Formula One car puts you in control. Tracks modeled using GPS data to create stunningly accurate layouts. 3-D Audio utilising real Formula One samples, improved use of EAX, 3-D spatial sound and reverb brings the awesome sound of Formula One to your PC. GPaedia reference guide, offering detailed insights into the teams, drivers and circuits and provides advise on car setups and more. Incredibly realistic pit crews, engineers and marshals created with motion capture technology and with the assistance of The OrangeArrows Formula One Team. Features all the teams, drivers, and tracks from the 2001 FIA Formula One World championship. Choice of 11 cars all accurately modeled. [Infogrames]
Download Geoff Crammond's Grand Prix 4 Crack/Patch

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Platform PC Windows
Rating 79 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1540
Genre Driving, Racing, Simulation, Formula One, Automobile
Players 1-8
Company / Developer
Atari , Infogrames / Atari, MicroProse, Atari SA
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Geoff Crammond's Grand Prix 4 reviews ( 5 )

Mat, Jul 17, 2004

The definitive F1 SIMULATION. Where as EA's efforts are just GAMES, this is as close to the real thing as anyone will ever get. Many will say very little has improved over GP3, but why bother to fix what ain't all that broke. What's needed to be done has been, and what was already pure gold has been polished. As for complaint's about the steering help, well you'll just have to get better and switch it off. For those who want a hollow GAME with all the razzamatazz, by all means go for F1 2002. But if something of a little more substance is what you are after then definitely get Grand Prix 4. Too bad SCEE now has a tight hold over the F1 licence coz from now until 2007, if you want the Official game, get a PS2 and have fun with the arcade efforts SCEE spews forth.

ASGaming21, Feb 12, 2015

Grand Prix 4 is amazing. I love the cars, the crashes and the action. I've installed a lot of mods from 1988 to 2015 and they all work perfectly. Geoff Crammond is the best F1 game maker

FRG2, Jan 12, 2016

A huge improvement. Graphics 9/10 The graphics look much better. It feels modern. The rainy tracks look beatiful. Only nitpicking, its a pain to setup, but that is if you have a very bad rig (which, come on, most old PCs run old games good. So why not this?) Story N/A There is none. Gameplay 10/10 A huge improvement, albeit its a pain to setup. Get a good wheel, and you are good to go. The game handles much better compared to previous entries. The weather system is hands down the best one i have ever seen in a F1 game. The game as a whole is a lot of fun. OVERALL: Recommended, specially if you liked the previous one.

CaesarM., Jul 23, 2003

For as far all the features in the game are concerned, good job. Cars look great, the gameplay is great...but: for example the steering help at Sepang, is way too narrow, so in some corners you want to steer in, but the game wont let you, and you end up next to the track. Theres no racing feeling, empty pitboxes, no engineers walking about, no tools, no computers, and totally silent. No crowds cheering, no fuzz 'n buzz thats normal for a formula 1 pitbox. no ppl on that pitwall.....!!! Nothing moving untill you start. One of the worst things is that enginesound!!! this is F1, no F3500 or something! I think todays games of F1 can let you enjoy real like F1 engine sound! F1 2001 could do it.... I want my game to be a show, in which i am the star, with loads of noise and fuzz. Give me that F1 feeling Mr Crammond. I dont just want to play, i want to see!!!! Good luck.

GeorgeM., Jul 29, 2002

Controls a pain to setup. Track flies by at the same speed whether you're going 65mph or 190mph. Not much of an improvement over EA's stuff, even F1 2001