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« on: August 01, 2010, 18: 11 »
DiRT 3 - Official Trailer [HD]

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Re: DIRT3
« Reply #1 on: August 02, 2010, 14: 38 »
Bha tesão mesmo.... Vai estourar a calcinha Dirt 3!!!! :pleasantry:

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Re: DIRT3
« Reply #2 on: August 02, 2010, 14: 41 »
Tem data prevista? :smile:

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Re: DIRT3
« Reply #3 on: August 03, 2010, 22: 27 »
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2011 racer DiRT 3 will have over 50 rally cars, Codemasters has confirmed.

They will represent "the very best from five decades of the sport".

DiRT 3, officially confirmed with the release of a trailer over the weekend, has more than double the track content of 2009's DiRT 2.

Players will begin the new career mode at the top as a professional driver, with a top-flight career in competitive off-road racing "complimented by the opportunity to express themselves in Gymkhana-style showpiece driving events".

Supplimenting the traditional rally driving will be performance driving showcases and career challenges "where car control is pushed to spectacular limits".

Codies describes DiRT 3 as "the biggest, content-rich racer ever to roar out of Codemasters Studios".

In Edge magazine chief game designer Matt Horsman called it "the biggest rally game ever made".

DiRT 3 is due out on the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 next year.

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« Reply #4 on: September 14, 2010, 14: 08 »
Uma review feita pelo site "http://www.computerandvideogames.com"
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The first two DiRT games were very much focused on the brown, mucky stuff, arguably to the detriment of other plucky rally surfaces. But no more: finally the series has become equal opportunities and, as a result, there's going to be much more variety in the ground you're speedily chewing through this time around.

The biggest addition is snow, lost since the last of the pre-DiRT McRae games, but back with an icy vengeance this time around. In spite of studded tyres, which offer more grip than you'd expect in this slippy-slidy ice world, the sub-zero stages are likely to be DiRT 3's most challenging proposition.


As if the actual stage itself wasn't tough enough, stray off the course and you'll hit deformable snowdrifts that will cause drag on any tyres that get dipped and further slow your progress.

And once you're just about comfortable with careening down the side of a mountain like a bobsled that's decapitated its driver, DiRT 3 will ask you to do the same thing. But at night. And during a blizzard. Your vision will be limited depending on how many extra headlights you've stuck to the bonnet and corners will appear all the more quickly. Similarly, you'll be scrambling through rainstorms, which use and improve on already impressive technology borrowed from the Formula

One 2010 development team. Handling on waterlogged gravel will be completely different from the dry stuff. The idea is that, even though DiRT 3 will have three times as many rally stages as DiRT 2, mixing up the time of day and the weather conditions will keep things fresh when you inevitably have to return to a location during the career.

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The other thing bound to add to the variety on offer is the huge selection of rally vehicles, spanning decades of driving far too fast along narrow forest tracks. Every major era of rallying is represented, with our favourites being the Group B monsters like the Audi Quattro S1, Metro 6R4 and Ford RS200, which were justifiably banned because the drivers kept flying off the road at ludicrous speeds and coming back in hundreds of tiny, lightly charred pieces.

Fortunately, with the aid of flashback, those consequences are removed, so you're free to misbehave. Because the garage is more fleshed out this time around, when you head into an event in a car from a particular era, you'll be competing against other cars from that time period, rather than just a random jumble - and rightly so. The stages are a more classic rally selection this time. Iconic locations such as Monte Carlo, Finland and Kenya are present and correct and the only place that doesn't seem to have made the cut is Wales. Of the lot, Monte is the most tantalising: a mix of tarmac, ice and snow as you try and avoid tumbling down a mountainside.


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The extreme sports stuff hasn't been binned, though, and you'll find official X-Games courses from Los Angeles and Aspen, plus all the cars that the current crop of US drivers tool around in.

We had a chance to get some time behind the wheel with an early version of the game to try out the new handling model. There was an immediate feeling of greater weight to the car, making its behaviour more predictable when pitching it into slides, but they remain just as snappy and responsive as you'd expect highly tuned (and highly expensive) rally machines to be.

Codies reckons this is going to be their biggest racing game yet, and the associated stats are already suitably impressive: there are over 100 routes, compared to DiRT 2, and apparently the game will have the biggest selection of cars of any of the previous games, McRae versions included. The US-centric gearshift that the series initiated with DiRT and solidified with DiRT 2 divided fans and the third game is a conscious attempt to bring the new and traditional audiences together.

After all, they're both fundamentally fans of the same thing: cars travelling extremely quickly, usually sideways, through highly treacherous off-road courses. Could this be the racing game that finally pleases everyone, all of the time? We reckon it stands a pretty good chance.

Fonte: VirtualR

Porque é que estes jogos, supostamente "arcades" estão tão importados com o aspecto de simulação neste momento? a comunidade está assim a crescer tanto?
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Re: DIRT3
« Reply #5 on: September 14, 2010, 20: 04 »
Neste caso acho que é apenas para fazer frente ao WRC2010 que se assumiu como mais como possivel simulador e dado que tem a licença oficial do WRC vai sempre vender...

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Re: DIRT3
« Reply #6 on: September 14, 2010, 21: 00 »
Simulador o WRC?!  :superstition:  :superstition:

Vocês viram bem os vídeos? Aquilo não parece (nem vai ser) realista. Se fosse realista, seria como no RBR e ninguém (leia-se casual gamers) conseguiria pegar naquilo.

Não se esqueçam que os "enche chouriços" que escrevem para as revistas e sites de jogos confundem realidade de condução com realidade de gráficos. Para eles, se os gráficos estiverem bons, é "realista"...

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Re: DIRT3
« Reply #7 on: September 14, 2010, 22: 11 »
Eles é que o anunciam... Nunca disse que o era...

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Re: DIRT3
« Reply #8 on: September 14, 2010, 22: 19 »
Não entendo então a importância que lhe é dado (comparado com outros simuladores, por exemplo).

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Re: DIRT3
« Reply #9 on: September 14, 2010, 22: 24 »
Desde o RBR que não sai nada de jeito e há muita fome como se vê de um simulador do género...

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Re: DIRT3
« Reply #10 on: September 14, 2010, 23: 04 »
Pois, acho que é um pouco por isso que o Filipe falou. Há vários anos que não sai nada para rally e existe uma certa fome.

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Re: DIRT3
« Reply #11 on: September 20, 2010, 16: 22 »

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WRC Rally driver and DiRT 3 consultant Ken Block stars in the latest video in his award winning series, Ken Block’s Gymkhana THREE Part 2; Ultimate Playground: L’Autodrome (GYM3). The stunning video features Ken Block’s trademark aggressive and spectacular driving style as he executes a series of breathtaking stunts in his purpose built Gymkhana THREE Ford Fiesta. The series has received 70 million views worldwide and is the inspiration for the brand new Gymkhana discipline in DiRT 3, the latest in the multi-million selling racing series from Codemasters, set for launch in 2011.

DiRT 3’s new Gymkhana game mode tests players freestyle driving skills in large racing compounds packed with props and jumps, capturing the same freedom of expression, showmanship and precise car control as seen in the world-famous video series. Players can take on specific career based events, compete anElectronic Theatre Imaged hang out with friends in online multiplayer or split-screen or become gymkhana stars themselves by uploading videos of their favourite sequences direct to YouTube.

The new discipline has been developed in consultation with Ken Block and is set to break new ground for the racing genre. DiRT 3 will also be the only videogame where players can get behind the wheel of Ken Block’s Ford Fiesta 2011 as seen in GYM3. The video is now available to watch at www.dcshoes.com/gym3.

“I had a blast working with the guys on last year’s Colin McRae: DiRT 2, and with the introduction of Gymkhana to DiRT 3 we’re pushing both the series and racing games forward,” said Ken Block. “I love doing the gymkhana videos, and it’s so great to work with Codemasters to give players that unique sensation of pushing a car to its limits while hooning about. With the video upload function, maybe I’ll get some competition from gamers!”

DiRT 3 is now in development at Codemasters Studios for a 2011 release for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC. Electronic Theatre will keep you updated on all DiRT 3 news.

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Re: DIRT3
« Reply #12 on: November 14, 2010, 22: 06 »
DiRT 3 by Codemasters - First Developer Q&A

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« Reply #13 on: November 15, 2010, 21: 59 »
Vi o video ontem, parece que pela primeira vez os Codebastards decidiram ouvir os utilizadores e foram aprender o que é o rali e o feeling de pilotar um carro , isso é a forma mais básica e o caminho correcto para que façam fisicas e comportamentos VS condução no seu jogo, de modo a ser mais realista, e assim perceberem ao fim de mais de 10 anos que um carro não consegue em terra fazer um gancho de 90º a 120km/h

É um bom presságio :acute:

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Re: DIRT3
« Reply #14 on: November 18, 2010, 02: 00 »
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