Colin McRae: DiRT will go beyond the series’ point-to-point rallying to deliver the most diverse selection of extreme off-road competitions ever. Sensational gravel, mud and dirt racing events from the world over will include perilous Hill Climb and collision-packed Rally Cross events.
International rallying competitions will also feature, with official cars on tracks based on real roads and locations around the globe. Colin McRae: DiRT will also expand on beat-the-clock racing and include events with multiple cars on track to satisfy anyone who wants to push their on-the-edge driving and rallying ability just that bit further.
DiRT 3 will boast more cars, more locations, more routes and more events than any other game in the series, including over 50 rally cars representing the very best from five decades of the sport. With more than double the track content of 2009’s hit, DiRT 3 will see players start at the top as a professional driver, with a top-flight career in competitive off-road racing complimented by the opportunity to express themselves in Gymkhana-style showpiece driving events.
As players race to elevate their global standing, DiRT 3 delivers mud, sweat and gears world over: from the intense weather-beaten rally stages of Europe, Africa and the US, to executing performance driving showcases and career challenges where car control is pushed to spectacular limits.
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by Maria on March 2nd 2013
From playing this game I would have to say it is amazing!!! The graphics are great and the gameplay is excellent. I love the transitions between the menus :D I also love the dialog! I have always wanted to purchase a Dirt game and I finally did and all I can say is buy it, definitely worth the money if you like racing games! If your more into the need for speed style (Drifting, Smashing into walls and cop chases) then you might want to stay away from the DiRT series since this game is all about rally racing. I would definitely recommend this game!
by Andrew on February 5th 2013
I bought this game just to use the driving wheel I bought several years back. I wasn't keen to buy Gran Turismo just for rally, so I bought Dirt3. You can get down and dirty in the specs, but you're sure as hell not disadvantaged for doing so. A fun ride for the casual rally driver.
by Olivier on December 25th 2012
Probably one of the most polished driving games in the current generation. Dirt 3 has some great physics, but on PC, it really comes alive. Dust particles, advanced lighting, precise controls. I love it. A lot of fun, even if it is often overlooked by more traditional driving sims. There are also some interesting Gymkhana Challanges, which as basically precision, speed, drifting, item smashing quests ec. A nice break from the straight up race. A great game, easily the most refined version of Dirt yet.
by Adrian on September 23rd 2012
One of the best racing games of all time, the physics are fantastic, and the new gymkhana game modes give you and your friends some "play time" for some relaxed gaming, as opposed to the full on racing the rest of the game thrives on. Great selection of cars, fantastic graphics. If you like going around corners side ways, or making the perfect technical turn, slowing down into the apex and speeding out of it for each turn, race the way you want with customisable vehicle settings for race conditions and your racing style. Great selection of tracks also, ranging from full on rally speed runs and climbs, rally x, with a mix of sealed and unsealed surfaces. DLC content is also fantastic. The only negative about this game is windows live, which really lets its down at times, otherwise game would be 5 stars for me.
by Adam on September 21st 2012
This game is fun and has incredible graphics. The cars are somewhat diverse and there is a huge variety in map types. Where this game loses points is in its lack of diverse game play. The races are too similar and there sadly aren't enough race types to overcome this.
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