Excerpt: Rally cars just got even dirtier with Codemasters’ new evolution of their Dirt franchise. Codemasters’ racing department are fast becoming a renowned little crew producing some incredible titles that, with the might if the Ego Engine behind it, are providing gamers with a raw and gritty feel to partner some of the biggest licences around.
Excerpt: DiRT 3, the third in the Colin McRae DiRT series, is a prime example of the new generation of game design. The game is prim and polished, crammed with features, and seems to have reached a plateau of controls that we may not rise from until the next generation of hardware (or controllers- though 'kinect-ing' this game was gladly avoided). However, it features DLC and 'social' aspects that might seem unappealing to some. Firstly, the presentation is impeccable.
Conclusion: This game is a great addition to the dirt series its got a good length of the campaign or dirt tour and its got great multiplaye Dirt Tour Brilliant tour get load of hours of game play to do those DC challenges races, rally, gymkana, trailblazer all a mixture with 5 areas of tracks can get a bit boring after a while but iit always makes a comeback in the end Multiplayer good multiplayer but not the best at all since you do get disconnected from them sometimes other than...
Excerpt: Codemasters undoubtedly has one of the best racing game development studios in the industry. With DiRT 3, and the help of the ever-improving EGO engine, the team has delivered what is unquestionably the most fun, stylish and gorgeous rally racer I've ever played. Numerous racing disciplines, an exhilarating sense of speed, the brand-new Gymkhana mode and a handling model that's hard to master make DiRT 3 a game fans of a good powerslide will find hard to resist.
Excerpt: By Brad Russell Traditional racing games are a dime a dozen these days; they are either annually renewed or get a new paint job in the graphics department with each entry. Most racing games unfold like this: get in, race, unlock some stuff, and progress until satisfied. DiRT 3 will come as a big surprise to gamers new to the franchise. It blends the unpredictability of off-road racing with the appeal of street racing.
Conclusion: and snow wash from a leader can be just as difficult to deal with as the course. Starting off as a signed driver, you are allowed to join into open competitions with the goal of raising your profile through placing. Instead of using a monetary system to purchase new vehicles or upgrades for these new cars, your own ranking (Driver Reputation) determines which vehicles are available to you.
Excerpt: Sadly, with all those speed signs dotted about the roads and the increasingly annoying speed cameras placed in the best places to ensure you’ve been reading them – joy riding just isn‘t an option and for good reasons of course. On or off road is always the choice and the Colin McRae series has always been keen to offer the latter with Dirt 3 being no exception. Will it offer enough to keep us buckled up for the long run?