DiRT 2 Looks Like A Major Improvement – Now I Am Excited

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I have just finished watching a DiRT 2 video/interview (posted below) and I can say that I am now officially super-excited for this game.

While I didn’t hate the first DiRT, I can’t say I loved it either and it was mainly down to the fact that the handling was strange and made no sense, there was no multiplayer and I found that I just wanted to get it done and traded.

For these reasons I was very skeptical about DiRT 2 and really wondered if it was going to be any different, I mean sure it looks stunning but that would be no help if the game wasn’t any fun to actually play if you are looking for a proper rally/off-road title.

In the interview, the driving physics are discussed and it seems like I wasn’t the only one out there who had issues with it, so it has all been improved (now with the help of the amazing Ken Block).

You really wanna check this video out if you think you might be interested, the new events that have been introduced by the X-Games look like they are going to be a lot of fun and now there will be full multiplayer options as well.

Do it.

Last Updated: August 10, 2009

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Nick De Bruyne

Video games writer, editor and critic since ’08. Living and breathing video games, movies and cars since the 80s. Follow me on Twitter if you love tons of gaming talk, and @pennyworthrevs for fun stuff and links.

  • Q121

    I watched the rally X at the x-games this year…. and its not like real rally…. but still looks like fun 🙂

    Cant wait for this game 🙂

    :pirate:

  • did he say playstation 4????? :blink:

  • easy

    nope, he said playstation ‘fwee’

  • no after that

    he goes xbox, ps fwee, wii, and then ps 4

  • I think he says psp

  • easy

    naa you right.. i also heard 4!

    but nick’s most probably right…

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