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DiRT 4
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DiRT 4
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Solid Rally Game
MMM Reviews
Posted: 21 days ago
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DiRT 4 is a simulation/arcade racing game with a strong focus on rallying. You can choose between a hardcore rally simulation, a straightforward arcade racer, or a blend of the two. Career mode allows you to spend your race winnings on new cars, staff, and facilities. It’s a fairly customizable experience that has the potential to appeal to a range of players. Gameplay DiRT 4 does a commendable job introducing new players to the concept of both rallying and general driving principles. The tutorial is split up into dozens of different training modules that each cover a specific skill you will need to drive well. There are also overview sessions that only focus on the most crucial gameplay mechanics, in case you are impatient and just want to get to the action. It’s clear that a lot of care went into this part of the game, and it translates into an impressively smooth learning experience. Once you have a handle on how to play, you can get started in either simulation or arcade mode. From there, you can customize the difficulty if you want a middle ground, but I found that the game was most enjoyable in arcade mode. It’s still challenging, but it removes some of the more brutal realism that I didn’t care for, as well as the micro-management, such as tuning your car for each course. For those unfamiliar with rallying, it’s a type of race that typically takes place on a winding course with large bumps, U-turns, etc. that are intended to make it difficult to drive based on sight alone. Each driver is accompanied by a co-driver/navigator who calls out every turn and hazard as they go through the course. In DiRT, these notes appear on-screen and guide you through the race. Every track is randomly generated from a set of predefined sections. It gives some variety to the relatively small list of courses, but ultimately, not enough to keep me interested long-term. After playing for a while, you begin to recognize the individual segments that make up each location, and the illusion is broken. The progression in career mode is basic but still fun as a side mechanic. You can upgrade your cars with higher quality parts, buy new cars, upgrade your team facilities and sign sponsorship deals. The biggest issue with career mode is that normal rally races are roughly 50% of the game’s content. The rest is filled out with rallycross, landrush, and historical rally. Historical rally is fine but doesn’t deserve to be its own race type: it’s the same exact thing as regular...
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Got it for 1$
Sanidhya
Posted: 21 days ago
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Great game, Great price. Thank you Fanatical
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Boring
SlAy3r41
Posted: 21 days ago
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Dirt rally 4 for me is just a rehash of all the other D-R.Maybe back in the day but not up to today's standards.Driving feels lacklustre at best.phyics model not good.Steering input seems to be laggy,but that maybe me that didn't set it up correctly.So no I can't recommend this game to anybody but die hard Dirt-Rally fans,there's better rally games out there.
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Good game
Turbo
Posted: 18 days ago
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Excellent game at great price, I played it on Xbox and prefer this to Dirt 5 since the latter ditches rallying completely.
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Enough for casual ejoyer.
StillAlive
Posted: 16 days ago
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Racing games are not my main genre, but sometimes there is an urge to race something somewhere. Dirt 4 is good enough to tame this urge. You can customize your cars with different liveries and add few sponsor logos on top. You can upgrade your cars with different parts (driveshaft, springs, engine etc.) but it's (as far as I can tell) "statistics" not different visable parts. You have to manage your team. Build facilities, hire enginiers and other stuff. Or just go to a single race and play it without all campaign things. If you are looking for a rally racing game - it's good. If you think, that Dirt 3\2\1 or whatever else is better 'cos "this", "that" and "there" - how did you get here past review title?
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1 dollar flash deal
j
Posted: 8 days ago
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title my man, even if you dont like dirt, 1 dollar.
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