Codemasters have brought the DiRT franchise back for a third round of rally, racing, off-road and not-so-off-road action after moving away from the original rally-centric Colin McRae series.
While the first DiRT was a success, the driving mechanics were deeply flawed to the point that the developers spoke of large amounts of feedback from fans about the cars’ strange grippy handling and lack of sideways-action – and by fixing it – they created a gem in DiRT 2.
What more could they possibly have done for a third game? A lot more, actually. Full review after the jump.