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  • Re: DiRTy Gossip Thread

    Well that was an anti climax, WRC7 drives as crap as WRC6 with regards to ffb on a steering wheel - what a let down, as usual all the YouTube vids by people with pre release copies were a load of ball cocks !!!!!!
  • Re: Is there anyone still at it?

    I'm avoiding it for now because I'm also playing DR and SLRE. I find that if I play D4 too much I struggle to adapt to the others. DNFd last week's 1980's when I tried to save a slide by stamping on the accelerator and instead of snapping back into line the back end went right out and I reversed off a cliff.
    Why would you stamp on the accelerator to stop a slide in a 1980's rear wheel drive car? All this would do is spin the back end out, it definately wouldn't pull you out of a slide in real life.
  • Re: The Dirt Daily Thread

    It's because they keep setting the camber angle to super positive, like for all cars. Minimizing steering effort, yeah well **** that. It makes so many cars completely undrivable.
    Talk about the pot calling the kettle, you're the one trying to minimize the steering effort by setting a 300 degree rotation. Why don't you grow a pair and play the game like it's meant to be played and stop chucking your toys out of the pram.
  • Re: For the sake of the players... where is all the information codies?

    Don't know what all the fuss is about it's just gonna be same s*** different box as it always is. 
  • Re: [DiRT 4] Constructive feedback on the subject of car-feel and physics: The Ultimate Thread

    SamRWD said:
    OK, you also could do that slow speed donut he did in order to turn around, right?
    The slow speed doughnut is the easy part, are you sure you haven't left your traction control turned on?