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Video Trailer for Colin Mcrae DIRT
In car action from Colin McRae: DiRT. This slick, realistic footage gives a superb feel for the mad speed and sheer adrenalin packed thrill of a dirt track rally race. It's an teeth grinding, butt-clenching drive!
16 seconds of sheer arse-clenching crash action from Colin McRae: DiRT. The R4 literally zaps, twists and turns, only to end up spiraling out of control, ending up wheels up and roof down. The action is seen from all angles; outside, inside, inside-out -- you name it, it's there.
Developer footage with extra camera angles; Sure it takes a little while to get going, but it's well worth the wait. We're talking slamming stuff, seeing a Citroen Xsara smash whack into the barrier, leaving the car as total write off - and you get to see this mad devastation from a whole bunch of camera angles.
They look like something out of Mad Max, these McRae: DiRT super buggies -- kind of like metal spiders with wheels, welded cages and growling engines. To footage too, is wicked; there's a few special developer replay camera angles thrown in for good measure, making things all the more hardcore. And just check out those bumps, jumps, yumps and car crashes for size!
Check out the reflection effects in the bonnet. Includes special developer replay angles.
The crossover race is one of my personal favorites. The footage has used additonal developer camera angles in the replay.
You want to know what it feels like to fuck up a car beyond belief and still make to the finish line intact? Well, check this out... As told from the driving seat (aka the living room sofa), Colin McRae's favourite R4 rolls, crashes, bumps and grinds, screeches and spins - and still finishes like a champion. It's absolutely awesome.
This the fastest car in the Colin McRae: DiRT videogame, and it's real fire breathing beast. The speed is awesome; so super quick it can hardly be contained as the back wheels slip and slide under the sheer pressure of the climb. Taken from an aerial view, the full-screen footage of the Toyota Celicia GT climbing up Windy Point Hill is nothing short of astonishing. It looks so real, hell, the idea that this is video made from code; is just mind-blowing.