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Dirt 2

Postby Zotic+ » 07 Aug 2009, 08:42

game looks pretty swweet made it 2 the top of my list
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Re: Dirt 2

Postby Dr Houbenheimer » 08 Aug 2009, 02:31

Yeah the 1st one was really good, I actually saw it for $20 somewhere and I was going to buy it but then I remembered that the demo went so slow on my machine that it was impossible to play lol
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Re: Dirt 2

Postby Bojan » 17 Jan 2010, 20:06

Been playing it for a while on the PS3 and gotta say, the buggy and truck races are meh, rally is good and trailblazer friggin owns!
Funny thing but the menu system exceptional!
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Re: Dirt 2

Postby xHaZxMaTx » 17 Jan 2010, 20:14

Bojan wrote:Funny thing but the menu system exceptional!

Ew, seriously? The menus are my least favourite part of the game - takes forever to get anywhere. :c
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Re: Dirt 2

Postby Bojan » 18 Jan 2010, 09:35

It only takes long to go in race, but it goes there seamless - and when it's loading you got either scores or tips or something on the screen.
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Re: Dirt 2

Postby Racemaniac » 20 Jan 2010, 18:38

Well, technically speaking, there isn't actually a menu system, its a first-person thing, similar to a menu. Really imaginative in my opinion.

As for Trailblazer, it is pretty fun, but the races I like the most are definitely Rally, that's where Colin McRae made his name. Another thing is that I believe the design of the Trailblazer cars is an echo of the Group B Rally cars with the oversized diffusers, spoilers and a wild bodykit.

@Bojan: Why don't we get online sometime in a Jam Session?
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Re: Dirt 2

Postby Bojan » 21 Jan 2010, 09:59

I haven't tried online yet, but sure. My psn id is bobyx10 although I won't be playing much in the next couple of weeks. Going skiing :)
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Re: Dirt 2

Postby Kaerar » 30 Apr 2010, 18:28

Liked Trailblazer's and Rally's, but for me it's all about the Rallycross :D

Absolutely love the tight twisty circuits, especially all versions of Battersea. Didn't like much of the rest, in fact the Rallying kinda annoyed me as it wasn't much of the classic CMR we all know and loved. While I liked the handling a lot, I found the actual game just lacking that something that would draw me back to games like CMR 04, Flat Out 2 and Underground. Never really like the Sim games as they just don't feel real.
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Re: Dirt 2

Postby veronicaZora » 20 Jan 2012, 12:57

This is my beloved game forever. They made the entertaining menus come alive, helping you to forget your playing a game. The handling is very pleasant even on a keyboard. I've played this straight through twice with only a keyboard and enjoyed every minute of it.
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