Might be developer talk.the game is nowhere near codemasters original sales prediction(still ahead of forza 2 ).there is no way he would have said the ps3 version looks bad or is not as good as 360 version. What gives hope here is that he said the game will run at 60fps,the 360 was struggling with 30fps(atleast demo was).
We're not tools of the government, or anyone else. Fighting was the only thing... the only thing I was good at. But... at least I always fought for what I believed in.
Post by HundredProofSam on Jul 16, 2007 19:51:32 GMT 6
it hasnt flopped anywhere....its selling well....if i remember correctly, its sold more in the UK than Forza 2....besides, the market for rally and sim racers is fairly small
The last title I saw was DiRT for the PlayStation 3 and if you played the 360 version you'll get the same content with the PS3 version but the game is more refined. The graphics are better and there are some tweaks as well. All the multi-player options such as leaderboards are in the game. To help with the authenticity of the game there are licensed cars, authentic tracks, and realistic physics. The damage model on the car are quite extensive as I was shown one crash where the hood of the car broke off to expose the engine and parts underneath. You could see the individual suspensions working as the car raced around the dirt road.
With rumble coming to the PlayStation 3, I asked if the DiRT supported that feature. I was told the option was in there so that when Sony does release a controller with rumble support DiRT will take advantage of it. No Sixaxis support for the game though and I can see why it was left out as you need such quick and precise control over the car I don't think the Sixaxis would be able to do the game any justice.
DiRT is hitting the PS3 soon, and we’ve got the box shot to prove it. The game is dropping on Sony’s platform in a few months and, based on the last screenshots we saw, it’s looking a bit more polished than its Xbox 360 predecessor, though whether anyone will be able to notice while it’s in motion remains to be seen …
I hate this game - those were the first words which I spit when I played Dirt for the first time. Being an amateur gamer, and having played only Burnout and NFS (both Arcade style games) till now, I got so frustrated with this whole realism kicking in - like the car controls behaving differently the moment it has to cross a wet patch of the tarmac track, or when moving from tarmac to gravel and back again, or the dam car going out of balance EVEN by the damaged bumper dropped by the car ahead of mine ( that’s right, the game physics is insanely realistic - at least to me). But then I heard the angel-like voice of Travis in Vehicle setup - And thats when thee shew me the path I must taketh! I followed the help tips, made changes to the transmission, brakes, split differential, blah blah blah, and voila!! I felt like it was the day I graduated! Now..... I just love this game!! Haven't seen Forza yet (and only I know how shameful I am for that crime ), but this is one DiRT i definitely wanna play in!!!
Post by HundredProofSam on Aug 1, 2007 12:15:36 GMT 6
i'm not a wrc fan but i have both games and both are equally.....but i would recommend forza 2 purely because thats what the majority seems to say (forza > dirt)...i think there are wrc tracks and cars in dirt but i dont know if they have wrc career in dirt....i've been only playing career mode so dont really know what else is there....and dirt has better graphics
whichever u pick up, u won't regret it
PGR 3 | Fight Night 3 | NBA 2K7 | Gears of War | Rainbow Six Vegas | Splinter Cell DA | PES 6 | FIFA 07 | Crackdown | Amped 3 | Top Spin 2 | Virtua Tennis 3 | Yuvraj Singh 2007 | Forza 2 | DiRT