More monosyllabic radio chatter from all 20 F1 drivers and team engineers, as well as a bit of music on the menus. Functional.
A few slightly slow-loading textures in the game's menus let the side down a little, but the TV broadcast-style presentation is superb.
All of the game's myriad options are well laid out and clearly presented, while on the track, strategies and other settings are intuitive and easy to adjust. Comprehensive tutorials and hints will also get you up to speed.
As if the massive, all-encompassing Career wasn't enough, Race Replay and Scenarios add even more longevity. Whether you'll want to put in the hard work to get the most of it, however, is really down to how patient you are.
A nice, modest list that covers plenty of bases and goes light on the grind. This is a very digestible, nicely thought out trophy list.