DiRT: Colin McRae Off-Road review video

22 June 2007
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DiRT: Colin McRae Off-Road for Xbox 360After a two-year break for the series, Codemasters Studios’ designers with DiRT: Colin McRae Off-Road have created a reinvigorated McRae rally ride, built for next-gen systems for the realistic feel of racing off-road. This edition goes beyond the series’ point-to-point rallying to deliver its most diverse selection of extreme off-road competitions yet. Sensational gravel, mud and dirt racing events from the world over will include perilous Hill Climb, collision-packed Rally Cross events, and grueling C.O.R.R. (Championship Off-Road Racing) events.

The game also features international rallying competitions, with official cars on tracks based on real roads and locations around the globe. McCrae expands on beat-the-clock racing and include events with multiple cars on track to satisfy gamers who want to push their on-the-edge driving further. This 2007 edition also features official cars and official events across a wide variety of off-road and rally disciplines, the most authentic and thrilling tracks ever in a McRae game, and modes that make the most of online multiplayer.

Kick up some dirt as rally racing gets taken to the next generation of gaming. Find out more in this DiRT: Colin McRae Off-Road video review.

To quote the video review: “If you’re looking for the perfect rally replication of sliding around a gravel corner with all four tires holding on for dear life, then buy it with no reservations. The learning curve is just right regardless of your experience level, there’s a ton of content despite the lack of true online play, and it’s a very pretty game, despite some occasional draw-in. DiRT is the ultimate ambassador for the sport.”

Design — 8.5
Gameplay — 8.9
Overall — 8.7


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