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Post by trog @ 09:15am 25/05/07 | 51 Comments
A demo for the new Colin McRae rally racing game DIRT has been released, which you can nab right here from AusGamers.

If you're an Xbox 360 owner you can also cheggitout on Live.


Latest Comments
Posted 10:46pm 25/5/07
Bugger me. I Keep forgetting that my computer is an old dog and i need to check min requirements before downloading 800mb error files :(
Posted 01:46am 26/5/07
Hmm reminds me of Lost Planet. Another game for the 360 that runs like crap even on a decent PC :\
Posted 03:30pm 26/5/07
I have my PS3 controller running on Vista and configured in Dirt, and it's bloody awesome. I'll definatelky be buying this for my PS3.
Posted 11:50am 27/5/07
Sure did; it replaced my HDTV set-top box, media centre, and my previous games console (360).

The money I made selling those 3 units covered the cost of my PS3, and then some.
Posted 05:53pm 30/5/07
I have a HD-tuner card in my PC, and there are a bunch of DLNA/UPnP servers capable of streaming that.

Alternatively, you can stick a USB tuner card with Linux driver support into your PS3 while you're inside your Linux install (Ubuntu ftw).

Also; XBMC is being ported to Linux which is rather exciting.
Posted 06:33pm 30/5/07
Oh and natslovR; yes I can play XviD off of my PC and it most DLNA servers that transcode support x264/h264. I don't need to unrar anything, SABnzbd takes care of that.

I'm looking forward to ditching the XMB DLNA/UPnP fuctionality and using my Linux partition when XBMC makes its way to Linux though, which is far more feature-rich.
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