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Game Description: Following in the footsteps of the original DiRT, Codemasters work to carry the spirit of off-road racing legend Colin McRae, into the future with DiRT 2. The game will feature real-world, all-terrain events in solo and multiplayer modes and an improved graphics and physics engine.
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    (13 Ratings)
    4.4 / 5
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