Summary: Dirt is great, but it still feels a bit less "real" than the GT series, for example. It is quite challenging, however. It's still way better than any arcadish games and definitely much better than the older CMR Rally games. Rallycross events do feel more "less-real" than the rallies or hill-climbs, for some reason. Overall, if you are into racing on dirt and not looking for arcade fun, you'll like this game. A steering wheel can help this game tremendously.
Loads of content, fun gameplay, and nice graphics, but....
Peace Daddy "Eclectic ReflectionZ", Amazon
15 November 2008
Summary: Dirt for Playstation 3 is an action-packed game with great graphics and driving realism. It is quite addicting, and the variety of vehicles and tracks surpasses MotorStorm and pretty much any other offroad racer around right now. Career Mode has a nice pyramid setup of levels, and the difficulty progression really does work well.
Summary: Dirt is ok. I like most driving/racing games that Codemasters makes, so I bought this because of their reputation for me. I recently bought the PS3 and bought several games for it around the same time. I am currently concentrating on GRID, so my DIRT playing is limited. But, it's fine, I enjoy it when I do play it, but right now it's going to have to wait til I get through with GRID.
Summary: OK, here I go talking about my latest game purchase... "Dirt". I'm about midway through the game now, and I'm having a really good time with this game. I find it extremely realistic, the cars & buggies are really cool, yet I would have liked to race against more cars. Don't get me wrong, you get your fair share of racing against other cars, but, I'd like more. See, each race is different..
Summary: Okay, the title can be strange but if you have played the older colin mcrae you will understand me. This game still have rally cars, rally stages and rally control. The graphics is good enough (okay, the dirt 2 is a lot better in this) but the really important is that the center of the game is the rally races (classic rally, Super special 2 cars on, and with stages like Pikes Peak!!
Summary: I am a massive fan of rally games and have enjoyed playing Dirt. It has everything that is to be expected from the genre, the options to play through career, tournament or single races is standard nowadays. The grand total of less than 50 vehicles is not fantastic, but respectable. The vehicles have been well created and the detail of damage is of a good standard with body parts and trim flapping in the wind after a bump or two.