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  1. cadaveca

    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Um....yeah...damn track litter.

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    do they still have Croatia in dirt 3 cause that happens all the time there?
     
  3. cadaveca

    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    You know, I have not paid much attention to track locales..I just click through the menus using the wheel, and race.

    Lots of the tracks from Dirt2 are still rpesent, slightly reworked, and with better scenery.


    I still hold my opinion on the game that i posted earlier...I'm a bit dissapointed, but damn me if it ain't fun.
     
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    can you still do that thing where you can drive of a cliff at high speed round a corner and use the g-force to drive back on to the track again
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    I dunno, I tend to stay on the track.
     
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    I'm broke......anyone wanna donate this game to me? lol If so I will teach you the ways of the troll.
     
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    That requires using the brakes a lot so that's out of the question

    i thought you already had it, that's means i'm not the only one who hangs around here despite not owning the game :laugh:
     
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    it's not worth paying full retail, IMO. save your pennies for BF3.
     
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    thats in November, but then again i've got to the point where i can do the dirt 2 races over again without getting bored
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    LoL. I'm the only one who successfuly trolled you, and you didn't evne know it. Why would they want lessons from you, Grasshopper?

    Why don't you do it for a review to get it?
     
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    Did you? Or did you THINK you were trolling me?
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    I'd hook ya up, but I be's a broke brother. Having only one arm sucks.:laugh:



    LoL, I knew EXACTLY what I was doing. As if the TWKR chip was my idea. Lulz. You bought it hook line and sinker.

    Like me telling you guys I've known W1zz for too long to get banned, and that it will never happen. You guys assume it's because I think i got the inside line...as your responses to that comment of mine said...when really...it's because I respect W1zz too much to push things that far.


    Getting full shoulder replacement. Should be fun.


    :banghead:

    That said, meds are enjoyable. Back to gaming then. :laugh:
     
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    Make that 3, but I'm just lurking here. Nothing to say...just...lurking...
     
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    I find it very worth it... maybe not as much as BF3 will be worth it, but this is definitively worth the full pricetag IMO.
     
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    Anyone find their car flying up into the air when hitting a bump just before joining through one of the huts on the straight in the Kenya track in Trailblazer?
    I use the Ford Fiesta Hillclimb most of the time.
     
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    I sure hope you didn't hit Obamas grandma!
     
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    If you can play Dirt 2 races over and over again without getting bored then you will love Dirt 3, just sayin'
     
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    the original is only £1.75 on steam at the moment, worth it? - wait that's not the right question, at this price, whats wrong with it?
     
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    Nothing, I think, it's just that a sequel was released.
     
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    or 2!

    says no windows 7 sopport but who actually uses windows seven that believes that message?
     
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    Oh, you were talking about DiRT1...I though it was DiRT2...sorry about that. :p
    About the compatibility notice, DiRT1 works only in Win7 64-bit.
     
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    only?, so i can't play it in my vista x86

    or do you mean only 64bit editions of windows 7?

    How good is it?
     
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    I don't know about Vista, but for Win7 I read that it's only in 64-bit versions.
    How good as in terms of what?
    I though it was too americanized, graphics were very good (for that time), and rally cars could brake from 160km/h to 0 on 100m (I didn't try the pickups or buggys)...also the cars felt a little like they were on rails...so to say...and drifting = loosing too much time, because the cars would suddenly loose momentum or something. The game ran like s**t on my PC, btw. (20 or 30 fps @ 1366x768 medium-low quality)
     
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    how, was it that much worse then dirt 2?

    i might consider buying it since its only £1.75
     
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    I didn't try DiRT2 on my PC, I figured, since the 1st one gave me <sarcasm> such a good visual experience </sarcasm>, why bother with the 2nd one.
     

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