Dirt 3 Developer Diary – ‘Keep it Real’

Posted By | On 13th, Feb. 2011 Under News, Video News


Here is the latest video developer diary for Dirt 3 released by Codemasters.  The video shows how realistic the racing game is and the detailed damage effects, explained by some of the game designers Tim Dearing and Gehan Pathiraja. The game will take you to Kenya, Finland and more. DiRT 3 is will be out on May 24th for Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and PC.

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  • XMBeaner

    I still say the DiRT series is the most underrated racing franchise this generation. They have the perfect mix of sim and arcade, and with that recipe what do you get? Yes, you get fun.

    • yodathe3rd

      i will second that i love the dirt franchise they keep on getting better and better. I love that they are now adding the freestyle mode where you basically get the big area to drive around and rack up as much score as you possibly can. I think i might have to go out and pick myself up a steering wheel for this one then i can use it on gran turismo 5 as well.

    • dh4645

      the first 2 were decent and got good reviews, but this third one seems to be taking it to a whole new level (with all the stuff you mentioned above and more). looks sick!

  • aquaman22

    I like what i see, but my heart is reserved for motorstorm. lol not that im being a ps3 fanboy but 3d?? end of the world holy shh type environments?? and combine that with great graphics. no doubt Dirt will do great things and it will probably get better reviews. but i’ll wait for motorstorm thank you very much. Aqua Out.

  • Thatruth86

    far most Dirt was a pretty decent game wasnt the best but had good graphics and mechanics were tight so lets not down this n wait to see what it has but good luck with all those other racing genre games that are soon to release.


 

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