Summary: to be honest i expected more...great handling in certain parts but when it comes to an actual rally race this game SUX!!!!! you may as well be trying to steer a tricycle...because you would have more control. it doesnt matter if you use hand control [actually even worse...] or full sim setup.
Summary: The game it's self is pretty great, very fun, with a lot of different tracks and events, however when I saw that I was buying the 'complete edition' I thought that's what I'd be getting, but when I started up the game the complete part of it still needed purchasing.
Summary: The UI is pretty cool and the physics are nice, but there's a limited selection of cars (or variety) and it doesn't use the torque, weight distribution, etc. of a car. Just the power and weight. The YouTube thing no longer seems to work. I don't really find it to be my favorite rally driving game.
Summary: After running through Dirt 2 several times, I found Dirt 3 to be lacking in many areas. First of all, being forced to participate in Gymkhana events was a waste of time. Handling on the cars was less than realistic compared to D2.
got boring fast was 4 now 2 never played since the month I had it
10 July 2011
Summary: DIRT 2 was the best this is a really boring game still working on getting all gold so far won every race on hard Beat the game in a week with all gold super easy really boring I rather own d2 no d3 but this had amazing graphics d2 has better game time and better cars I think and it's just better...
Summary: Like so many other next-gen console games, Dirt 3 definitely penalizes people who buy used. Many cars will be locked, as well as multiplayer, which can only be fixed by paying for the 'VIP' DLC pack. The game will constantly bug you to buy this as well.
Summary: I avoided the first 2 Dirt games as the content did not appeal, but had bought every Colin Mcrae Game ever made. This game has been heavily marketed as a return to roots, with a lot of rally. I am sorry but not even close.
Next version make the driving wheel sensibility modifiable.
Pedro Martins, Amazon
9 July 2011
Summary: The old Colin Mac Rae was much better. This one could have improved if one could modify the sensibility of the driving wheel. It is too sensible (a small touch turns the car too much) and there is no way to modify that.