Game Giveaway: Dirt 3 (Steam Key)

Dirt 3 Game Giveaway

Dirt 3 game giveaway

As promised we are back with our latest game giveaway! Do check out our previous game giveaways and follow us on twitter/FB for the upcoming ones.

Dirt 3 is a racing video game developed and published by Codemasters[3] for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3and Xbox 360.

It is the eighth game in the Colin McRae Rally series.In September 2011, there were reports that a network security problem on the website of an AMD promo had resulted in the loss of 3 million Dirt 3 keys to the public for use via the Steam platform. That have then been posted in various places around the internet.


About the Game:

The main mode sees players earn reputation points in events to gain the interest of sponsors.

Flashbacks return from Colin McRae: Dirt 2. Which can be used up to five times in any difficulty, but cost reputation points to use.

A new gymkhana mode puts players in obstacle courses, challenging them to perform various tricks to earn points. Featured in the game are various party modes, involving events such as smashing wooden targets, spreading a zombie infection, and capture the flag.

Other new features include a Hardcore mode which limits players to the cockpit view with no assists. The appearance of rain and snow, and the ability to upload replay clips directly to YouTube.


Gameplay 2



IGN gave the game a score of 8.5 and an Editor's Choice award, praising the gameplay and online functionality while criticising some of the design choices.

GameTrailers gave the game a score of 9.2, praising the gameplay and presentation, although criticising the limits of the YouTube functionality.  GamesRadar gave the game a score of 9/10, praising its impeccable gameplay though noting slightly lower structure presentation compared to the previous game.

Official Xbox Magazine gave the game a score of 8.5/10.
Hailing its impressive car design and smooth handling, while criticising the lack of dynamism in the surfaces and poor social features.

Following reports that the PC version of the game was unplayable due to the game's reliance on the now defunct Games for Windows – Live software.

A spokesperson for Codemasters issued a statement on the Steam community in January 2014 stating that Codemasters were in the process of removing Games for Windows Live from the game.

They would announce completion of the task at a later date.

On 1 April 2015, the work has been completed and GFWL has been removed from the game.

The game was one of the November 2015 Games with Gold free games, the first of the promotion to be playable on Xbox One through backwards compatibility.


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