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Thread: Steering with sixaxis motion sensing

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    I did some power boating in GTAIV last night and the sixaxis was great for it - probably because boats have that sort of fuzziness anyway. I cant see it being of much use with regards to steering precision, although I think it'd be useful for pitch control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdhay View Post
    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.
    Cheers!

    Personally speaking I'm hoping for the option of acceleration and braking being done by the trigger buttons and all other steering to be done by sixaxis.

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    You can do that in HD.

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    Just thought I'd add my 2 cents .
    I tried the motion sensing controls for motor storm , ok I admit there was a sliight delay that was frustrating at first , but after about an hour or so I was completely used to it , could turn just as well as with the d-pad . I actually find it way more fun steering with the six-axis motion sensing , feels more relaxing .
    So even if it takes me a while to get good at using it with wipeoutHD , I'm definitely not going to go back to the d-pad . I feel way more immersed in the game using six-axis , it is definitely more fun and relaxing . And I'm not trying to be a world champion wipeout pilot.
    So .. immersion and fun is better than precision steering for me..
    Last edited by Linchpin; 21st June 2008 at 06:11 PM. Reason: broken fingers

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    I'm not really interested in replacing the nub with motion sensing but using it to control pitch would be great especially if we get some feedback (like rumble) when we're not at the right angle, that would be really intuitive

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    Quote Originally Posted by infoxicated View Post
    I did some power boating in GTAIV last night and the sixaxis was great for it -
    I thoght it worked well with the bike in the sixaxis tutorial. Once I got on the streets on a bike, however, it was really difficult.

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