Summary: I got this game for my husband and he LOVES it! He plays it for hours at a time. The only reason he stops playing it is 1) his arm is beginning to hurt, or 2) I have asked him and asked him to stop. We are true race fans and this game gives my man the feeling of being on the track himself. Delivery was prompt, and the package was not damaged. I would use this seller again.
Summary: This game is fun on the Wii if you are using the Logitec Speedforce steering wheel. I am a little disappointed how much this game is unlike the versions for Playstation and the PC. It lacks some of the freedom of choice. Overall a fun game, however.
Dirt 2 + Logitech Speed Force Wireless Wheel = FUN!
J. Moore, Amazon
12 March 2010
Summary: DON'T EVEN THINK ABOUT playing Dirt 2 on the Wii without the Logitech Speed Force Wireless Wheel. I received the Logitech Speed Force Wireless Wheel as a gift. Unfortunately there are very few games which take advantage of the wheel and the one it was designed for, Formula One 2009, is very expensive. I found out that Dirt 2 is a compatible game and picked up a copy. I'm glad I did.
Summary: I bought this game about 2 years ago as I wanted a racing game for the Wii, but for some reason never really got into it. I found the steering with the wiimote to be tedious, difficult and not intuitive - perhaps using the Plus accessory should have been considered by the developers? But I got myself a classic controller recently, and this being one of only a few games that I own that supports it, I decided to throw it back in just for a quick test run.
Summary: Great game with good graphics and drives just like a real rally car, although normal drivers need time to get used to the controls. Stable game which is reliable and fun to use. For the price- good entertainment.
Summary: In my opinion this is a realistic attempt at a rallying game. The cars are meant to be difficult to master, and they are - well, at least to certain extent. Initially it is very frustrating as the car is almost never on the track, but once you have started to get a feel for the controls then things start to get better.