The embargo around DiRT is finally lifted, so it's with great pleasure that I release these three videos I recorded last week. You'll discover quite a lot of environments and a few game modes in there, and no doubt the majority will agree that this is a great looking game even if there is a lot of tearing and slowdowns in some modes.
As for the gameplay, I guess you all tried the demo so you already know how strange the handling can be at times. DIRT sometimes feels like a simulation, sometimes like an arcade game and sometimes like a big "WTF is going on?", very difficult to describe. Also worth mentioning are the incredibly long loadings between each race (thankfully only a couple of seconds for a restart), made slightly more acceptable by the excellent and very slick looking menu interface.
A game I can only recommend if you actually managed to get around the strange handling in the demo. Then you are in for an excellent single player experience.
@Nanosecond: For a CDPR game.. I'm sure this is a record amount of polish. (2 Hours ago)
It seems we'll get Halo 3 ODST on the 29th: [url] (2 Hours ago)
@KORNdog: Hmmm i can live with that. I just hope it won't be 30fps but still with stuttering. As for the too small font, definitely agreed. My only two gripes about the game so far. (3 Hours ago)
If gamers can't read crucial text unless they're an inch away from the TV, your game is broken. (4 Hours ago)
Let's hope this means CDPR is taking all those years to good use, and putting a lot more testing into it, because Witcher 3 has been disastrous. (4 Hours ago)
We probably won't see Cyberpunk: 2077 released until 2020 now that we've received the news they won't be ready to talk about the game until 2017. (4 Hours ago)