got boring fast was 4 now 2 never played since the month I had it
11 May 2012
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 Graphics 9.5/10 Time 4/10 Hardness 1/10 Till you get bored 2 hours
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. Additionally, many of the opponent cars in the game are separate DLC if you want to drive them yourself- this game really feels like they're giving you an incomplete product that you can buy extra DLC to fix.
When I played this game, I found myself saying "Like OMG, shut-up Already!"
28 June 2011
Summary: Theres a lot of flash and glitz in this version, but when it comes to most of the actual races, there is a lot of improvement from Dirt 2. There are a lot of regular races and then, there are these stoo-pid Gymkhana events which has almost nothing to do with actual racing. See fake girls: Katie Justice and Jayde Taylor from Dirt 2 ..or a Gymkhana-Dude acting like a flirty-Girl on the Intersnot The dialogue sucks, I mean who talks like "Hey Yo!
Next version make the driving wheel sensibility modifiable.
Pedro Martins, amazon.co.uk
3 February 2014
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.
Summary: When I first put this game in my 360, the first it wanted me to do was to connect to xbox live. I dont have live so this is quite annoying as every menu you go into it wants you to connect or at the end of every race some guy tells you to post it on youtube! Sencondly, there are some REALLY annoying people that keep on talking and you cant skip the talking on turn the speech off, this gets very very annoying. The things they say are so lame!
Summary: bought this game after playing forza 3 which is older to play a racing game that takes you off the track ... graphics arent as good and the game play is rubbish. the idea is good but everything else is a let down. I thought this game would be amazing but wrong. this game is a good arcade game and for watching replays but thats it really.
Summary: As a fan who loved, and even spent the time getting 100% achievements on DiRT 2, I was hoping for and expecting an excellent addition to the series. I think that Codemasters do not do that. Yes, there is some excellent graphics, good rally gameplay and mildly amusing multiplayer but that is in amongst a whole load of rubbish. The first thing I noticed upon loading up this game was that it got very annoying, very quickly.
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. The rallying consists of as far as I can tell, just 4 countries and unlike the Colin Mcrae games, where each section in a country was a completely new map, in this game you just get to drive a bit further down the same map.
Summary: That'll teach me to have a quick look and buy Dirt 3 expecting a rally game. Way too much emphasis on the rubbish that is Gymkhana(spins, jumps, drifts etc)...which frankly should have been a subtitle for the game as in "Dirt 3: Gymkhana". Throw it in as a novelty section for sure (might appeal to joyriders) but not as a huge part of the main game. Enjoyed the last 2 versions but personally hate this element of the latest edition and have tossed the game aside already.
Summary: Well, this game came out yesterday, and I made every effort to get hold of it given all the hype surrounding this games release. For those who don't know, this is the 8th game in the series given that Colin McRae 1 through 5, and Dirt 1 and 2 were it's predecessors. It's a rally game with a few extra elements thrown in for extra good measure. So how does it hold up?