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First off, if you are considering buying this game: DON'T! This game stinks to high heaven. The controls suck! If you want a really good racing game then go get a Burnout series game. Those rule. The cars are not very fast and there is no NOS or boost to speak of. The tracks suck and it is easy to get flipped over. Another thing that makes this game suck is that you cannot force others to crash. Talk about no Battle Racing Ignited! But the music they play on the game is pretty good and the graphics are OK. But please go get something else like Motorstorm of Burnout. You will be much happier.
What's the first thing that comes to mind when I read the reviews that were posted when I rented this game? Why are you letting people post reviews who havn't even played the game. How is that going to help? Game looks sick he says, makes me sick I say. There's your review. This game is actually terrible. I hated it at first then I didn't for about an hour then I hated worse than ever. You can guarantee that this game was released with the intention of being an advertisement instead of an actual game. They put more time into advertising for stuff that the typical gamer is sitting there going, "Duh... what's a Flip? I bet it has to do with men on men action." I hope that sums it up for you. The grahics lick. Dirt 2 on the console, looks great. For the PC, first DX11 game. Gonna be awesome. For the PSP, garbage. The first thing that popped into my head when I heard the sound FX was Super Sprint. If you remember Super Sprint then you're probably pretty old school. I played that game when I was 7 years old, 20 years ago for the NES. You know what, Super Sprint was better than this. You're in a huge lifted up truck with these monster tires on it and you hit a tiny little rock and it stops you dead in your tracks. You drive just a little bit off of the track and it resets your vehicle. Annoying, save yourself the time and money and get something else.