Pros: I have a Logitech Driving Force GT Racing Wheel, and you can program it to feel real. The eye candy is great , and there's lots of tracks. Its a well thought out game.
Cons: My brother has an AMD 1090T with a Radeon HD 6970 and he's had some problems. I have an Intel E8400 with a GTX9800+ and have had no problems at all. My point is the game is not perfectly compatible with all hardware; it seems to favor Intel and Nvidea.
Summary: Very disappointing! .... Despite asking for help from Codemasters, I still can't get any further help to make my Logitech Wingman Formula Force steering wheel (with Win XP) work with Dirt 2. It only wants to work with the keyboard as a controller, for some reason ..... I'm sure the game would be great, but for this issue, as I had the original Coin McRae Rally back in the day, which was brilliant!
Excerpt: "I'm not usually a fan of racing games. I like playing some of them but I’m so bad with them that I usually end up getting stuck at some point along the line and have to give up. So you’re probably wondering why I bought Dirt and the fact is I didn’t, I got it free when I bought a new graphics card and after loading it up, it’s made me want to give the genre another chance. Plot: Well it’s a racing game so there isn’t really a plot to it but you ...
Pros: You get to travel all over the world racing on tonnes of different tracks
Cons: You can't play the game without a Windows Live account and would of liked more car tinkering
Summary: This game looks and feels amazing. The graphics are stunning with the right system. The skill level is great if you're a newby to racing, or you're a seasoned pro. You can change the skill settings before each race. As for the cars and tracks, there's a wide variety to keep you interested. If you're a fan of racing games, you need to get this one!! I'd highly recommend getting a wheel and pedals to enhance the overall experience. Oh and be warned, it's highly addictive.