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  • Re: Is there anyone still at it?

    I put it away until clubs come in to avoid coming into clubs with the burnout I had after running DR events for two years. I want to be excited to run rally championships, and a break has gotten me back there. :smile:
  • Re: Microsoft hands out refunds for Dirt 4 on base of false advertising.

    Gotcha, thanks for the info.                
  • Re: RaceNet down?

    I can verify the certificate error. The certificate is for codemasters.com and not dirt4game.com and thus the browser treats it as invalid.
    A workaround is to add an exception in your browser for the certificate.
  • Re: [DiRT 4] Question about "Rate this Stage"

    Check out the latest road book, there is a lot of info in there on what they plan on doing in the ratings: http://forums.codemasters.com/discussion/53495/dirt-4-road-book-16-06-17

  • Re: Which handler are you, Gamer or Sim?

    Sim/Gamepad

    I keep procrastinating on a wheel. I think it's main due to when I was young. I played a racing game (NASCAR series maybe lol, I'm not sure) or the PS2 or PS1 on my brothers steering wheel that he had gotten years before and it was awful, I'd crash one was and then the other, I just couldn't keep it on track. I'm sure advancements in their build and the fact his was probably one of the cheap wheels and outdated then, it's probably a better experience now (and the fact I have actual driving experience) ...but it's still difficult overcoming that fear of it being terrible for me when having to invest $200-$400 into a setup.
    That's a real fear to have, wheels take a lot of time to get used to, and you have to be dedicated to getting thru the phase of being bad at a game you aren't bad at. I used wheels for years, but as time went on the PITA of setting up the wheel and pedals simply meant I played other games instead and avoided driving games. I switched to gamepad when DR released and play far more driving games now. Wheels are cool, but absolutely not worth the effort for me, and I have a nice wheel and pedal setup.