Summary: I felt like a pro when racers like Ken Block is saying my name like he knew me.And unlike nfs you acutaly have a hard time when driving on dirt the first time but you get used to it after a few rallys.
Summary: The gameplay is good -- I'm not an experienced driver, but it's defn. fun. The problems with this game are the interface: non-skipable intro videos (logos plus several minutes of intro stuff on first start) and worse a requirement to use Windows Live (well, you don't have to use it, but progress isn't saved otherwise). With a forced update to windows live I've spent three-quarters of an hour just trying to get into this game so far (not including installing the game).
Summary: Graphics 5/5 Most people judge graphics based on detail, resolution, and frame rate. In these regards, Dirt 2 (along with many other games) will not disappoint. If you’re like me however, you’re a bit more discerning because you look for accurate color reproduction. This is where Dirt 2 sets itself apart from the competition.
Summary: I am very good at driving games and started with medium difficulty. The competition battered me off the driving lines and I just can't see getting into this game even after learning the tracks.
Summary: This game is very cool. My only complaint is that the cars are not exactly realistic to the event. For example, you (and your opponents) can use cars like a 350z, Solstice, Eclipse... etc. in a rally race, or rally cross race. I don't like that, but, it doesn't ruin the game.
Summary: When i got this i could not stop playing this game. It is so much fun to slam outher cars off the track and to fall into a ditch :). Me and my friends play online alot and we have sooo mutch fun doing that.