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dAMD fanATical nVidiot
Join Date: Aug 2004
For Those Of You That Race + Sim
For those of you that try to "sim" race, how do you compensate for lack of butt-feel?
Debated putting this in the PC gaming section, but figure 'Motoring' is more relevant, given the question is more about the differences from real-life.
For example, I've been using F1 2015 * to improve my reactions to the basics of where to look, effective braking, and turning. However I've been finding it incredibly difficult to get the feel of throttle out of a corner. These are things a wheel doesn't seem to account for.
* not a full "sim," but the same fundamental problem should apply to anything
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