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Thread: Steering with sixaxis motion sensing

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    egg mentioned on another thread that the motion control may not make it at all. I (as most people, I guess) panned the whole motion-control-for-steering thing, but after seeing the 1up preview, I started to get a little excited about it.

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    Angry

    AAAAArrrrrghhhhhhhhh

    No, I didn't !!!!

    Way to distort a comment. I said I read an interview from SCEA where a guy said he didn't know whether it was going in. In fact, read it for yourself, you'll get the 'tone' of the interview.

    http://www.crispygamer.com/_Generate...erview839.aspx

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    I for one am glad that motion control is in the game because it looks like it is well implemented (It might be the first PS3 game to do that actually). As I said earlier I will try it out.

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    Sometimes I think I'm one of the only people in the world that have success with the SIXAXIS controls in games.... I find it to be HIGHLY accurate when the player using it is deliberate about their motions and angles. I will definately give the full SIXAXIS control scheme a try... but I will probably settle with the d-pad in the end. Not because I don't like SIXAXIS or think it's not accurate or responsive... but simply because I have over 10 years of practice piloting wipeout ships with the dpad, so that's bound to be the most natural to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sugar_from_OTW View Post
    egg mentioned on another thread that the motion control may not make it at all.
    lol
    Good way to create a rumor. Read every second word and summarize.
    I guess that's what is called the 'Entropy of Information'.

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    Good way to get egg to stop posting.

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    I played F1: Championship Edition with the SIXAXIS steering and I thought it worked great.

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    I'm defo going to try it - wouldn't have bothered, but apart from the 1UP guys enthusing about it and saying it's really good. They said you need to practice for about 4 days or something to get anywhere near good. I love the idea of controlling pitch by lifting the controller - it was the one thing I found hard to do on Pure with so much else going on.

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    Has anyone on here played Warhawk?

    You can use motion sensing in that game to control jet fighter type vehicles and it works brilliantly. Very fast, very accurate and very believable handling.

    I think if the sixaxis is used as well for Wipeout HD the game should be incredible.

    Another somewhat less relevant example of brilliant sixaxis control is High Velocity Bowling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piper999 View Post
    Has anyone on here played Warhawk?
    Try and stop me! And welcome to the forums.

    I tried the Sixaxis on it, thought it was "good" and went straight back to the sticks.

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