IGN's Sean Allen hits the virtual racetrack to show off his driving skills in Gran Turismo 6.
that was painful to watch
He should ease up on the accelerator, and learn to brake. I was shouting at the screen to put on the brake!
He doesn't know how to Tokio drift.
jeeez, he even had the driving line on
I've always wanted to get into a racer like GT but I hate using a remote to play, it just didn't feel right and a legit wheel and pedal setup costs too much. Maybe one day...
100$ for the entry level logitech, fantastic wheel/pedal set, and you can upgrade parts of it overtime, such as getting it to a new clutch/brake/throttle set or a H shifter on the side.
I know, but I always talk myself out of taking the plunge. Like now, I'm putting all my hobby cash towards paying off the PS4 preorder, and probably the only gaming related thing I'm going to buy from now to the PS4 launch is TLOU. Are all racers wheel compatible? I wonder if Drive Club will be.
Most games will pick up a wheel, however I'm actually not sure if the force GT will be supported on the ps4, I'd think that it would be a good possibility but I'm not sure. If a wheel doesn't fully support a game you could always do it the old way and set the bindings yourself. But I have a feeling those days are long gone.
What concerns me is will the G27 work with the PS4?? I got it last year but i feel like i haven't gotten my value out of it yet.
My 9 year old sister drives better with the wheel than this guy
I want that rig. I wish they sold them to the public. I would definitely buy one.
I would too if I could afford one easily and if I had enough space in my living room. That thing is huge lol. Think I rather wait until I get hold on one of my dream cars first. The Golf mk 3 VR6 syncro with some additional money put in to tuning styling and rust proofing. Weather and salty goof on the roads in the winter makes cars rust til death pretty fast here in Norway. :(
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