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Dirt Showdown on PC

Dirt Showdown PC for Steam is a digital product no box delivery. The price applies to a digital version of the product. It is a Digital Steam CD Key and in stock now, welcome to order

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3 Star Rating
Dirt Showdown gets 3 out of 5 based on 15 ratings

Dirt Showdown

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Available on PC

List Price: £49.99

Price Range: £0.96 - £6.49

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Dirt Showdown PC for Steam is a digital product no box delivery. The price applies to a digital version of the product. It is a Digital Steam CD Key and in stock now, welcome to order on SCDkey and get a wonderful game experience!

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  • Dirt Showdown PC for Steam is a digital product no box delivery. The price applies to a digital version of the product. It is a Digital Steam CD Key and in stock now, welcome to order on SCDkey and get a wonderful game experience!....from SCDKey
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    3 Star Rating Three Stars
    By: Amazon Customer, on June 3, 2017
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    3 Star Rating Three Stars
    By: Mateo, on June 3, 2017
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    "WORKING AS IT SHOUL, ALL OK



    1 Star Rating Dirt Showdown Steam Install Sucks
    By: Steve McQuarrie, on September 29, 2015
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    "I've bought this game and got it today, but why does it need steam, and why is it trying to download 5.6GB Data. I expected this game to be on the DVD so I can install it and play it straight away. The files on the DVD total around 6.12GB so why can't it just get the files from the DVD like any other game. This sucks! HOW CAN I MAKE STEAM INSTALL FROM THE DVD LIKE OTHER GAMES DO. What's the point of having 6GB of data for the game on the DVD when it seams all you need to pay for is the license...



    3 Star Rating Dirt Showdown
    By: Peter G. Elkins "All Products", on February 16, 2014
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    3 Star Rating Decent but no classic
    By: M. Wright "Rob Johnston", on June 11, 2013
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    "I have played all the DiRT games and have to say this would be my least favourite (DiRT 2 was long but worth it)

    The tour is a little short with no real challenge, the joyride is quite fun but gets repetitive and you find yourself doing donuts and drifting over and over. I quickly completed the game and all missions in about 6 hours.

    The positives are some of the new modes can be relatively fun especially the 8ball where you could be clearly in the lead but lose it all by...



    3 Star Rating Decent but no classic
    By: M. Wright, on June 11, 2013
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    "I have played all the DiRT games and have to say this would be my least favourite (DiRT 2 was long but worth it)

    The tour is a little short with no real challenge, the joyride is quite fun but gets repetitive and you find yourself doing donuts and drifting over and over. I quickly completed the game and all missions in about 6 hours.

    The positives are some of the new modes can be relatively fun especially the 8ball where you could be clearly in the lead but lose it all by...



    3 Star Rating Decent but no classic
    By: Rob Wright, on June 11, 2013
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    "I have played all the DiRT games and have to say this would be my least favourite (DiRT 2 was long but worth it)

    The tour is a little short with no real challenge, the joyride is quite fun but gets repetitive and you find yourself doing donuts and drifting over and over. I quickly completed the game and all missions in about 6 hours.

    The positives are some of the new modes can be relatively fun especially the 8ball where you could be clearly in the lead but lose it all by...



    3 Star Rating basic game
    By: Keith Woolven, on February 11, 2013
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    "Even with the disc version, I found that some game types were hard to understand. As I am used to manual transmissions, I found the auto ONLY on this game to be very slow.

    ME: Oh, hey gearbox. yes, you. Could you engage forward when you're not busy?

    GEARBOX: Yeah, just a second, I'm doing something.

    ME: Like what? You're a gearbox, it's your ONLY job...



    5 Star Rating Great game
    By: Nicky, on February 7, 2013
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    2 Star Rating The DiRT series slides right off the rails
    By: Peej Maybe "Peej", on July 31, 2012
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    "Good handling and some excellent car choices can't save what is essentially an asset-stripped Codemasters game, that's repetitive and seems to crap all over the legacy laid down by the last two excellent DiRT titles. Mostly concentrated around destruction derby-style races, with a bit of hooning (showing off) in between, DiRT Showdown really isn't worth bothering with if you enjoyed DiRT 2 or 3. When will Codemasters learn that designing a game that ticks all the right boxes for the american...



    2 Star Rating The DiRT series slides right off the rails
    By: Peej Maybe, on July 31, 2012
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    5 Star Rating Codemasters on top form again!
    By: Ben Jones, on July 3, 2012
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    "For what this game contains (all the dlc and everything) it is great value for the price. That's not the reason you should buy it however. You should buy it because it's a great game that builds upon DiRT 2 in so many ways I've always been a fan of rally games and was firstly considering buying the standard edition, but for the extra few £££'s is settled for this one. The first time I played it I loved it. It's such an immersive game that maintains it's realism whilst still having that arcade...



    3 Star Rating CRASH, BANGh....****updated****
    By: Haunted Nostril "TaT", on May 27, 2012
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    "So Dirt's gone all gnarly and trashy eh? Well according to an interview I read Codemasters has decided to split the series in half and leave the hoonigan style car wiggling and general motor based tomfoolery to the "Showdown" camp thus letting the core Dirt series deal with the proper meat and veg of rally driving. So how has it worked out? Well I'll try to keep in mind the aforementioned parting of the series notion in my mind while I pick away at this the more angsty face of Dirt...



    3 Star Rating CRASH, BANGh....****updated****
    By: Haunted Nostril, on May 27, 2012
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    "So Dirt's gone all gnarly and trashy eh? Well according to an interview I read Codemasters has decided to split the series in half and leave the hoonigan style car wiggling and general motor based tomfoolery to the "Showdown" camp thus letting the core Dirt series deal with the proper meat and veg of rally driving. So how has it worked out? Well I'll try to keep in mind the aforementioned parting of the series notion in my mind while I pick away at this the more angsty face of Dirt...



    4 Star Rating ITS NOT A DiRT GAME!
    By: Kieran, on May 26, 2012
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    4 Star Rating No extras needed..
    By: sychnant, on August 16, 2011
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    "Just to update the info about ËDWARD,s"earlier review..
    You DONT need to purchase any extras to play this very good game. They offer extra cars etc in the game for money but thats all they are.EXTRAS...just an advertisng ploy to get money off you ( if you are dumb or rich enough to buy them)The game is a fun standalone game with loads of tracks and cars,more than dirt 2 in fact. So buy it and enjoy it..




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