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.
starting to sacrifice a lot of the classic flexibility of console platforms. (2 Hours ago)
It's more of an issue than ever with the shift towards digital ecosystems. The more PC-like these devices come the less excusable the lack of legacy support becomes. Especially when they're already (2 Hours ago)
Mind you the amount of people that do want to play past games is very much smaller than the majority so it's tough luck anyway (2 Hours ago)
No compatibility is not as issue despite how I'd have like (2 Hours ago)
Thing is you can sill play these even if not connected so if there wasn't a supporting system in place for whatever reason I can still play these.Not on xbox one apparently (2 Hours ago)