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Colin McRae: DiRT 2 Review
Colin McRae: DiRT 2 ReviewThe rally stages are a whole lot of fun on their own- since there are no other drivers to keep an eye on, the simple, yet clever, control system really shines through, as does the voice acting of your co-driver, who continually lets you know what's coming up around the next corner and will add humourous little comments when you make a mistake, ranging from "It's only a scratch"- when you tap a wall while drifting around a corner, to yelled profanities when you flip the car upside down and go careening off a cliff (which I did quite often.)
Read the full article, Colin McRae: DiRT 2 Review. By Andy Hemphill on 28-Sep-09
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Post rank 2 out of 5
28 September 2009 18:24
Tempted to get this. Was going to get NFS:Shift but after hearing about how bug-ridden it is (like the 360 version crashing because it tries to connect to the PS3 online store), I might get this instead; sounds like they've taken alot from GRID, which was an awesome racer.

and nice review, gj.

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28 September 2009 20:34
Get it Bri, ive got this and need for speed shift, Dirt 2 is so much better,as always excellent review Andy.

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28 September 2009 22:42
roll on the PC version, always wanted an offroad Grid type game

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29 September 2009 17:30
Loved DiRT 1. Will get this when it's cheaper.

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29 September 2009 18:36
Just as I say that, shopto.net are doing it for £24.99 with a free DVD. Snap it up!

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