Summary: It has a great Arcade feel to it and the gameplay has the Codemasters quality seal, but... Yes, but is gets old really fast. It didn't gave me the urge to keep playing. Maybe some day but not now. PRESENTATION: The cars feel great and really balanced.
Summary: Not nearly as good as the other racing games from Codemasters. Much more of an arcade game with not as realistic physics or car handling. Still a lot of fun. I've had this game for over a year and a half and still come back to it for a good no-thinking demolition racer.
Summary: I've never played a DiRT game before, so I'm not biased. However, I have played lots of racing games, so I know a good one when I play it. Since there are very few PS3 dirt racing games on the market, I really wanted DiRT Showdown, so I bought it.
Summary: I was expecting a lot from a DIRT game. To say the least i was disappointed. This game, in my opinion, was a quick money maker. My 5 year old likes it, and is the only one that plays it. It's not really a rally game.
Summary: I mainly purchased this because it was a very good price, and I have Dirt 2 already. The controls and set up were familiar, and the gameplay easy enough to grasp, although some stages could do with more explaination, as my young son found them a bit more tricky to understand.
Summary: The game is a bit of a step back sadly IMO.. The banger cars seemed like it would be good fun, but really the tracks are rather boring.. I played it for a bit but then tried the older Dirt 3 I had installed from a while back and found that to be much more fun.. Not sure why really..