Dirt 3 (2011) – 8/10 multi-surface racing game review

Cast / crew
Executive Producer: Clive Moody
Senior Producer: Darren Campion
Art Director: Nathan Fisher
Lead Programmer: Andrew Dennison
Design Manager: Matthew Horsman
Project Planner: Richard Todd
Associate Producer: Toby Evan-Jones

DiRT 3 (2011)

Multi-surface racing against the clock and other drivers.

8/10

With handling even better than Dirt 2 and class-leading graphics, saying this is better than it’s only competitor – Milestone’s WRC‘s 2010 and 2011 – is giving it feint praise. An uninvolving Career mode (the original DiRT used a pyramid progression much more enticingly – the point of a pyramid is to get to the top, literally the point) means that it takes a while for the fun and satisfying driving experience to get it’s pleasure hooks into you. I didn’t like the Gymkhana events at all but the related at-your-leisure Battersea Compound Missions are a nice change-of-pace.

Classified 12+ by PEGI. The game is only suitable for persons who have reached the age of 12 or over.
Classified Bad Language by PEGI. Game contains bad language.

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