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    This is a logical way to go.

    Thx.

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    Well i'm giving analog controls a go now, flash class. It looks much easier and so in the end ( expecially on "long" runs ) faster.

    It's a pity because the feeling is much worse. I think everibody who miss the negcom felling should give full sixaxis control, just for the joy of it.
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    What I like about it is that both control are one in the same time (motion + stick).
    This way I use a natural miw of both : motion when I have a little trajectory correction and stick in sharp turns.
    It feels really natural to me and I love it !

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    This is another approach that i could follow. Thinking about that , now that im trying normal analogic controls, while being faster, i miss "sixaxis" controls in certain situations.

    I'll give this approach a try, thanks for the heads up.

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    I've only been playing with the sixaxis (default 60%) and it works great for me, you can definately control rapier speeds once you get the hang of it.
    I suggest speed lapping round a track untill you get into the rhythm of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yome NetSan View Post
    What I like about it is that both control are one in the same time (motion + stick).
    This way I use a natural miw of both : motion when I have a little trajectory correction and stick in sharp turns.
    It feels really natural to me and I love it !
    That's not a bad idea actually - I have a tendency to over correct wildly with the analogue stick after contact with a wall.
    On the other hand, previous experiments have shown that I don't exactly have a delicate touch when it comes to motion controls either .

    I think I'll give it a shot though.

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    I found that I was able to get golds without too much trouble at flash speeds with sixaxis controls. but I just can't do it at rapier.
    I cranked it up to (I think it was) 80% just to do flash.

    The combination of the two modes is not a bad idea though. might play with that for a while and see how I get on

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    used it...very un-responsive at high speed classes, almost to the point of being a broken feature

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    in a comparison video i saw a while back it showed a new player and an experience player using the motion controls. the experienced player used a hybrid of both motion turning/pitching and the d-pad for trickier turns. i think that's probably the strongest route to go.

    i don't have a ps3 or w-HD, so i can't confirm if it's intuitive to play that way or not. hopefully my roommate will finally buy the ps3 he wants and i'll buy HD. haha

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    I'm upto the fourth grid in campagin. I thought I'd give motion controls a go, so I did a speed lap with the d-pad (vinita k, venom), and tried to beat it by using motion controls. I got close after about 30 laps, but I got frustrated. I'll have another go later on.

    I've never really played wipeout without the dpad though, so that might be an issue for me. The analoge control bothers me because I can't accelerate/brake with the right stick (not that there's much accelerating/braking in wipeout, but it's seems very awkward).

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    After a motorcycle accident, I can't use my left thumb/hand for a few weeks. This has left me no choice but to play using only my right hand with SIXAXIS (I'm left handed too!).

    I felt like giving up but boredom and determination have enabled me to post some good times at Phantom level. (currently 60th global on Moa Therma).

    I can't wait to get back to the stick though. In fact I can't wait to have my good hand back! But it goes to show the feature works very well and is far from "broken".
    I've had to change left airbrake to L1 because of my current 'one-handedness'. Works well though. Big thanks to the developers.

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