View Poll Results: What do you use for airbrakes?

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    32 45.07%
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Thread: L1 R1 / L2 R2 for airbrakes?

  1. #21
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    I actually know someone who prefers triggers for throttle too, I think he uses:
    R2 - thrust
    Square, Circle - L/R airbrakes
    X - Absorb
    L2 - Fire weapons

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    I think i prefer it since i've played too many other racing games and just got used to it since R2 was always a throttle button. unlike the wipeout series...it took awhile to get used to it in HD

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    The only game I know of which has R2 as throttle is NFS Prostreet, GT5 has X, and most other racing games too...

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    I played a lot of NFS....last time i checked GT5 was analog for throttle? i dont have it so im not sure past the demo...if anyone has it, is it any good?

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    I've played GT5 extensively at a friends, and it defo uses X for throttle It's alright, except apparently its very tedious trying to unlock cars etc etc...

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    Standard controls for me, so R2/L2 with standard sensitivity... sometimes I even pull sideshifts accidentally, so no real problems in that area.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rekkuzan View Post
    I played a lot of NFS....last time i checked GT5 was analog for throttle? i dont have it so im not sure past the demo...if anyone has it, is it any good?
    GT5 uses analog or X for throttle.
    It's a standard Gran Turismo, so no real innovations and qualifications are gone, but it's pretty enjoyable, especially with the online events that change every month (I think).

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    L2 and R2 for me. I tried L1/R1 before but it just felt uncomfortable. Bought a pair of those "Real Triggers" to clip on my dualshock to see if they could help me airbrake more accurately, though I haven't been playing enough recently to test them out. Anybody else got these and find them useful?

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    These settings are frustrating me, and probably the cause of why I'm fairly bad at HD whereas I'm much better on Pure... Must get these settings right. Then I'm off. At least I hope

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aeralys View Post
    Bought a pair of those "Real Triggers" to clip on my dualshock to see if they could help me airbrake more accurately, though I haven't been playing enough recently to test them out. Anybody else got these and find them useful?
    Yes, I bought a pair of those a while back, but they felt really weird and uncomfortable. I ditched them after a couple of hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aeralys View Post
    Bought a pair of those "Real Triggers" to clip on my dualshock to see if they could help me airbrake more accurately, though I haven't been playing enough recently to test them out. Anybody else got these?
    Yes, I bought a pair of those a while back, but they felt really weird and uncomfortable. I ditched them after a couple of hours.

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