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Dirt - Xbox 360

Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Everyone
45 customer reviews
Metascore: 83 / 100
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  • Real racing with real consequences. Stay in control or watch as your car dramatically crashes into a barrier and barrel-rolls, crushing every panel and spewing debris across the track.
  • A wide variety of off-road and rally disciplines to experience: Rally, Hill Climb, Rally RAID, Rally Cross, the CORR desert series, and more.
  • Photorealistic tracks painstakingly recreated from real-world location photography and satellite data.
  • Incredibly detailed models of 46 licensed vehicles bring the action to life.
  • Online play for intense multiplayer competition.
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Platform: Xbox 360

DiRT blends death-defying offroad action, precision control, and the tricked out intensity of street racing into one visually stunning motorsports masterpiece. Choose from a wealth of officially licensed cars and real-world locations, then go careening through gravel, dirt and mud, doing whatever it takes to bring the trophy home.

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Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B000OPPR7W
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5 x 0.8 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 19, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,361 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Paul Arellano on July 6, 2007
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
I'm a huge fan of Colin McRae Rally games from Codemasters. It's the realism. the car handling, the feel of actually driving a rally car. Rally games really haven't penetrated the US market. Only a handful of American enthusiasts cling to this very European sport. I'm one of those Americans. With the release of DiRT, it's pretty obvious that Codemasters toned down the realism of car handling and made it into a very arcadey type of racing. Codemasters went as far as changing the driver and co-driver's voice to an American. No more hard Scottish accents in this game. Now, all you hear is some guy saying American expressions like "I'm stoked! "Awesome all the way!" This is so cool!". I got this feeling this guy was more into surfing and skateboarding than rally driving.

Handling: No realistic powerslides in this game. This is arcade driving all the way. Very easy to do drifting and pendulum turns along tight corners. Cars feel like they're floating on air, almost the car is skating on ice. Braking has been changed to arcade style braking. When you hit the brakes, the car stops like somebody threw a brick wall in front of you. Slight touches on the brakes will put the car to a complete halt. Very unrealistic. Very arcadey. You've been warned.

Graphics: Excellent graphics. No slow downs. Have several driving views. I'm glad they have the dashboard view and bonnet view. I use these views to make everything realistic. Nobody drives behind the car in real life right?

Gameplay: Tons of rally modes. This is a mish mash of different rallies. One minute you're driving a Lancer Evolution and then the next you're driving a MAN trailer truck (without the trailer). Brings some unique driving experiene. They even have the buggy rally. All in all, game can be beaten in a few days.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Jorge Asapche on July 6, 2007
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
If you ask me, DiRT is a mixture of both arcade and simulation. For traditional rally races, I would say they maintain a realistic level while the new race types added to this game come as arcade races. I guess these types of races and vehicle handling where created to attract the attention of new customers in the Colin Mcrae series. It's obvious that Codemasters wanted to change the game a bit since their old CMR series games didn't sell well on America. The first change they made was taking "Colin Mcrae" out of the title of the game in America (The European version of this game is called Colin Mcrae DiRT). I guess people who saw Colin Mcrae on the title knew all they would find in the game were solo point-to-point races which many people find boring. Personally, I think these types of races are the best ones (yes, I'm a rally fan).

The handling and driving in comparison to the old CMR games is different in DiRT, but not bad at all. In DiRT, the handling changes depending on the race type. In some it's realistic and in others it's more arcade. People seem to complaint that cars have a "floaty" feel to them and that they stick too much to the roads (Hey, that's what these Half a million dollar rally cars were designed to do), but in comparison to the old CMR series I think the "floaty" feel was significantly reduced.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By BLEEKER on June 20, 2007
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
First I'll get the negative out of the way first. I was dissapointed in the online multiplayer mode. You only get to choose from 2 types of races, both are time trial events you play as a single car racing to beat the time of other online opponents conducting the same race. No multicar races. No voice chat either. That's basically it. It could have been alot better.

Now he positive... this is one of the best offroad games i've played period. The damage effects alone make this worth while to play but the whole career mode is just a blast to run though. There are 4 different types of circuit races. All look fantastic with realistic enviroments and car damage. I love the navigator that sits next to you, adds a whole new dimention to the gameplay. The variety in vehicles is great, no body cuomizing but it's not missed as the cars all look and perform great. All in all a fantastic game, a little more robust online would give this a 5 star.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Edwin H. Bugarin on July 26, 2007
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
I have driven over 900 miles in this game(More than enough to give a helpful review about it). I don't write reviews(This would be my first) but I felt compelled to write one simply for the amount of fun that you'll have playing this. From previous reviews you already get the idea that the majority have enjoyed playing it very much. I've have briefly played this game with the regular 360 controller which is fine and easy to get used to the controls. But, I highly recommend playing this with Logitech DriveFX Wheel and the Playseats Evolution Gaming Seat in the hood view or drivers view. This combination (if you can afford it) increases the fun factor tremendously. It can be a little frustrating when initially playing the game with the wheel but when you get used to the control(the wheel sensitivity can be adjusted in the game also), you don't want to go back to playing this with just the controller. When you get a chance to unlock the (Full) Pikes Peak Hill Climb(One of the last tiers) and purchase and drive the Celica GT 800hp+ 1100tq+ Monster, it is simply amazing! The speed with this car is ridiculously fast. Be prepared to reset after crashing often before getting the hang of it. (Note for all those with a lead foot). Braking/E-braking will be required! The graphics of course are beautiful. The sound effects really adds to the overall experience. (Unless you are just using TV speakers and not a 5.1 system) Game difficulty is selectable before each race so for beginners, selecting (Rookie) difficulty can allow you to get 1st place quite often which will allow you to unlock courses much faster. I tend to focus on Rally, Rallycross, Hill Climb races. A lot of the rally courses available have very technical sharp corners which can give you a good workout with the wheel.Read more ›
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