DiRT Rally

Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by WhiteLightning, Apr 27, 2015.

  1. Agonist

    Agonist Ancient Guru

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    I have 30mb download and it took about an hour to get.
    Have not got a chance to try the game yet.
    But it ran great on ultra @ 3360x1440 and still maintained 60fps on my Fury X.
    Also I use a modded G25 with a handbrake for the game.
     
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    Awsome performance on that Fury X , very nice indeed. i wonder if i re-downloaded the whole game again and the patch all at once lol
     
  3. -Tj-

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    Now that its in good shape I finally decided to buy it.. Also it was kinda cheap for 19.90€ @ kinguin :)
     
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    New update released, ~ 800MB

    http://store.steampowered.com/news/?appids=310560
     

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    Getting it now :)
     
  6. Xuanzang

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    It's a great game, the only thing that i find a little annoying is in the replay.
    The way that the camera switches through all the different cams..who want's too
    look at the wheels, the rear end spoiler or backwards during a replay. it's just stupid.

    Why not give us the option to choose tv cam and make it stay there.
     
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    I agree. Never understood replays that do stuff like that. Can't see anything going on.
     
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    Enjoy it Rich_Guy it is a very well optimized game , after the latest patch it runs smnooth as butter.
     
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    The game is playable with a gamepad but i think a wheel is a must, the driving is pure sim.
     
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    Patch 1.2 Released - Oculus Rift Support

    10+ GB download.

    Yeah, shame it doesn't work in Xfire anymore, still, runs well on a single, at the same settings. :p
     
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    Thanks for the heads up old friend , updated now. Will test later during the day and will give feedback on this new patch.
     
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    LOL yea quite laughable. The WRC games are fun but thats about it.
    They are nothing great though. Graphics are and physics are average.
     
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    This ^ +1 , exactly my thoughts ...
     
  15. Bond!JamesBond!

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    best driving experience out there IMO
     

  16. ramthegamer

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    Because they are imitating tony scott and micheal bay direction during the 80s and 90s slick style of filming, i remember the 80s movies had these camera on the wheel, side of the car etc, i liked that a lot it gives it a sleek look and artsy, shame tony scott is not with us anymore., anw back on topic xd
     
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    How much more simulation-like is this compared to previous Dirt games and can this game at all be played with a controller or a keyboard in your opinion?

    I really like Dirt games and rally is by far my favourite event so this game would be right up my alley.
     
  18. -Tj-

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    It plays fine on keyboard,


    I always played Collin McRae on keyboard since v3 or v4 and this one isn't any different compared to other Dirt series. It has a ton of settings to configure car handling to your liking.

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    It can be very demanding or more arcade'ish, but if its more simulation like then get ready for a lot of spinning around and crashing of cliffs :D
     
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    What we need now is a remake of TOCA Touring Car Championship (1997)
     
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    Thanks! Sounds good then, I'm the same as you, play Dirt on KB as it feels way more responsive and precise than controller.

    Though ofc you sacrifice pressure-sensitive input so using ABS brakes is a must pretty much ;)
    I play Dirt games with all assists disabled except ABS and automatic gears. Interesting to see how much practice I need to get the hang of this.
     

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