DiRT 3 Previews - PS3

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    Dirt 3 Preview -- Hands-on with Season One and Gymkhana


    Strap in and crack those knuckles as we give you our latest hands-on look at season one, the new Gymkhana mode, and a whole host more from Codemasters' newest installment in its acclaimed racing series.

    Posted: May 9, 2011

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    DiRT 3 Hands-On Preview


    In this DiRT 3 hands-on preview, Adam Sessler visits with Sr. Game Designer Paul Coleman for a look at game's physics, ramped up rally driving, and selection of 50 cars dating from the 1960s forward.

    Posted: Feb 8, 2011 | 18,510 Views | 03:47

  • DiRT 3 Video Review

    Posted: June 14, 2011

    5,663 Views | 02:35

  • DiRT 3 Hands-On Preview

    Posted: February 8, 2011

    18,510 Views | 03:47

  • DiRT 3 Teaser Trailer

    Posted: August 3, 2010

    8,071 Views | 01:46


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