Yeah, another thing worth noting is how DiRT 2 didn't really have very many rally stages. They were all very, very well done but it was three stages that were all the same thing; One of the first half, one of the second half, and one of the entire stage. That always bothered me.I started over and beat DiRT 2 over the past couple of weeks and I finally remembered how much I missed the wider variety of cars in DiRT 1, namely the semi-truck Pike's Peak hillclimb stuff. I had soooo much fun with that.
I doubt DiRT 3 will have that fun unusual stuff though, but at least it won't be full of X Games crap.
:lol: I just did the same thing with the first DiRT. I forgot how much I loved throwing around an Impreza in the Crossover events.I started over and beat DiRT 2 over the past couple of weeks..
Installed DiRT 1 again and... wow. :lol: After playing DiRT 2 so much lately, DiRT 1 graphics and driving-on-rails physics are quite a change. It'll be interesting to compare 3 to 2 after having played 2 so much.:lol: I just did the same thing with the first DiRT. I forgot how much I loved throwing around an Impreza in the Crossover events.
Unless you payed for overnight, expect to get it a few days after release probably.Amazon hasn't shipped DiRT 3 yet, I guess they wait until the day before and then ship it out overnight?
Yeah if you have release-date delivery, it will probably go out late tonight. I used to order a lot of stuff with prime and most of it was overnighted Monday.I paid for day-of-release delivery. They must have more control sending it out overnight rather than normal shipping where they chance it being delivered either a day early or a day late.
The announcement of 4 DLC packs before the game is out is a bit more deflating :lol:Found some deflating news... The Mk2 Escort, Monte Carlo (Col De Turini), Peugeot 205 and Lancia S4 won't be available at release and will probably be in seperate DLC packs.
Aye, just irritating it was a game I was looking forward to and inevitably there won't be any decent deals for a couple of months at least.What I do in these cases is wait for a bundle to show up in a Steam sale, or some other similar deal.
I would assume you can transfer it in some way, I mean, what if your PS3 dies (). Such a thing would normally be tied to your account after activation but it would be good to verify.Aye, just irritating it was a game I was looking forward to and inevitably there won't be any decent deals for a couple of months at least.
Also does this single use code apply to PC users too, or through Steam? Does it mean that when I replace or re-format my hard drive I have to re-buy the game as I've already used the code?
Because if so I'm just not going to buy it.
Yeah, they ship it early then.I paid for day-of-release delivery. They must have more control sending it out overnight rather than normal shipping where they chance it being delivered either a day early or a day late.
I see 9 hours here meaning likely midnight EST.Steam has pushed the release date forward. So now it's about 5 hours to release instead of 1 day.
Guess it's based on that regions Midnight. Only 2 hours till midnight here, but it's showing aproximatly 1 hour to go. So it either unlocks at 11pm UK for me, or the Steam countdown is weird in showing 1 Hour 59 Mins as aproximatly 1 hour.I see 9 hours here meaning likely midnight EST.