Codemasters has released 20 new screenshots for Colin McRae: DIRT.
not bad, which console version are these taken from?
<double post sorry> so i thought i'd say i especially like this one http://www.strategyinformer... kinda funny i thought =)
your right is that car backwards......
Since Colin McRae started on Playstation, it should be brilliant on PS3. As for Xbox 360, well all i can say is "all the best."
last I heard they were using the 360 version for demoing so...
Thanks we really need your support. I'm sure the ps3 ports of Splinter cell, NFS:Carbon, Spiderman 3, Armored Core4, F.E.A.R etc have been so much better that you easily assume the worse for 360.
Dirt was pushed back on the PS3 what makes you think they would show a version of the game that takes more work to get the same results?. #5 Flat out has already matched or passed MotorStorm(MS has mud covering and FO has better graphics and better damage physics).
I agree with both of you. This game looks like we we finally get a True Off Road Racer. With better graphics, lighting, and damage. I can't stand when you crash or hit a bump in Motorstorm, your little buggy breaks apart in 1000's of pieces....I want a true off road racing experience...with many tracks and vehicles to choose from...And it looks like Collin will provide all that and then some.
the screens look amazing... better than overrated motorstorm? probably, from these shots.
Motorstorm was always way over rated by PS3 gamers when to me it was just some good fun backed up by some good eye candy. DIRT looks like what Motorstorm could have been - a sexy looking racer with good physics and depth. A true AAA title should average 90% or above when you consolidate the scores from all the big media sites. Motorstorm sat closer to 80% than it did 90%. AAA title no, A- yes. http://www.gamerankings.com... I for one will be getting DIRT as I've always loved the Rally genre - Rallisport Challenge 2 on the original Xbox was sublime!
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