Yes, I said the best. I have all 3 DiRT games, and this is the one I enjoyed most. While it lacks the accessibility and polish of the later games, it is a grittier take on off-road racing, and has more and better content, especially for rally fans. Thrills like racing down a narrow, twisting dirt track in Australia with gum trees inches away and the shoulders littered with sticks (that you can hit!) are just unmatched by anything that has come after. The stages are a decent length too, unlike the "gone in 60 seconds" stages of the later games (which are not technical enough for raly anyway), and cars have detailed set-up options, with multi-stage events having service areas for damage repair. Other disciplines include crossover (think rally super special stages), rallycross, rally raid T1 (SUV) and T4 (truck), hill climb (including the monumental Pike's Peak course), CORR buggies and trucks, and a wide variety of vehicles in which to race (FWD, RWD, AWD, Group B, big rigs, you name it!). The 66 events of the career mode never feel like they are getting repetitive (I'm looking at you DiRT 2), and offer a good challenge with a range of difficulty levels. I'll finish with a tip for making money in career mode: you get the full prize money for completing an event at a higher level, but only a fraction of it if you redo it at the same or lower level, so start each event at the easiest level, then move up to the next level, and so on. You'll have more money than you can spend in no time!