*Screams in DW*
- Jan 3, 2015
Thanks for that info. Is there very much difference in the performance between the different racing wheels?
Thanks, you are a big help there are so many different items to choose from and I don't have a clue.The entry level wheels there is minor differences. To jump from a entry level wheel to a professional what they call direct drive wheel is a major jump in feel, and price as well. I have a Thrustmaster T300 Gt wheel and pedals, it works with the ps4, as well as pc. The logitech G920 works with the xbox one, and pc if you go that route. Or you can go the direct drive route which get into the thousands. I'm not for sure how serious you was looking to get into it. Starting out, I'd probably go with something like the Thrustmaster T300 gt. Check out IRacing Flea Market on facebook, they buy and sell sim racing items on their.
Thanks. I can only fit about a 24'' tv or monitor where I'm planning on putting it... or is that to small? If I need a larger screen then I would just hook it up to my Sony tv in a different room.That's a good choice, I was going to get back with you and tell you I think you would like the ps4 pro, but forgot to. The Gran turismo sport game has come a long way since it was first brought out, and is a very fun game, make sure you pick it up for some fun sports car racing.
Here is the exact TV I have, I've had it for a year and a half, and I love it. For the price, the TCL brand is hard to beat. It's a 55 inch 4k for 300 bucks, and the image is very quick for gaming, which is nice to have, no slow lag. Personally I'd go with a 4k tv, the ps4 pro looks great on the 4k stuff.
Definitely worth waiting a year or more to buy the next gen console. Usually they drop in price a decent amount within a year and there are generally no truly good games the first year of a new console cycle. Xbox One is worth the investment even if you plan on upgradingSo I've been debating getting a new console, I haven't upgraded since the Xbox 360 I've had since high school. At this point does it make more sense to just wait until the new consoles launch at the end of the year?
I'm also in the market for an original Xbox mine broke years ago but I still have my games and some I've been wanting to play that are obscure enough racing games that they never were made backwards compatible even with Xbox One.
I need a new computer more at the moment lol I'm using a laptop from 2008 still. I did order an original Xbox off Amazon tonight so I can play some of my old stuff I still have.Definitely worth waiting a year or more to buy the next gen console. Usually they drop in price a decent amount within a year and there are generally no truly good games the first year of a new console cycle. Xbox One is worth the investment even if you plan on upgrading
You honestly would have been better off getting a One because nearly all original Xbox and 360 games are backwards compatible, plus used One's are pretty cheap now.I need a new computer more at the moment lol I'm using a laptop from 2008 still. I did order an original Xbox off Amazon tonight so I can play some of my old stuff I still have.
If you have the original Halo=masterpiece or knights of the old Republic=masterpiece. You will not regret it. These games are dear to my heart.
Reach > 2 > 1 > 4 > ODST > 3 is my ranking for the games I've played in the series (Campaign only). Halo 1 has/had the best online multiplayer, followed closely by 4. All just my opinionI always played my friends halo so I never got it, I do have Halo 2 which I will probably play some
Reach & 2 will always be vying for the top spot in my book. 3 actually wasn't all that bad, but ODST was pretty lackluster, and 4 was the lousy blueprint from which a starkly contrasting 5 would produced. It was not very good and strayed away from what we knew Halo to be, and seemed more like a wannabe space version of CoD.Reach > 2 > 1 > 4 > ODST > 3 is my ranking for the games I've played in the series (Campaign only). Halo 1 has/had the best online multiplayer, followed closely by 4. All just my opinion
Hopefully that brings a rise in qualityThe new console NASCAR game will be using rFactor (iRacing's cousin) technology as a building block.
Motorsport Games Completes Acquisition of Studio 397 and Confirms It Will Bring rFactor 2 Powered Physics To Forthcoming NASCAR Game on ConsolesAcquisition under the previously announced agreement is now completed, with Studio 397 continuing its work and updates on rFactor 2 under the Motorsport...www.globenewswire.com
Woah...new Demon Souls game? Not gonna lie when I say I've been mostly out of the gaming loop for 5 years. The Xbox One and PS4's commitment to online, microtransactions, and constant game patches kind of killed gaming enjoyment for me.I would like to get a PS5 just for the Demon Souls game but my wife told me I am to old for video games. She's prolly right
Woah...new Demon Souls game? Not gonna lie when I say I've been mostly out of the gaming loop for 5 years. The Xbox One and PS4's commitment to online, microtransactions, and constant game patches kind of killed gaming enjoyment for me.
Has anyone heard recent rumors of GTA 6, Splinter Cell 7, Mass Effect 5, Fallout 5, or Witcher 4? I'm holding off on upgrading to the new console generation until any of those titles are released but most of the big name gaming sites have **** for legit rumors and info. Just wondering if anyone heard anything on Reddit or other social platforms
I pretty much just use up whatever console I have, which is currently an Xbox One that I got for my birthday some years back. It still works like a charm, and I like that you get to download whatever games you want right off of the Microsoft Store onto the console. So convenient. Besides the One, I still have a PS2 that runs so well, it’s age-defying. Debating on whether to keep it in my possession for years to come or sell it to someone who may use it more than I do.I usually wait 3-5 years for games and 5 years for consoles. It has saved me thousands of $ in my life and I never have to deal with unpatched games.