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Celestra

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#41
As far as racing games go I can't drive with a keyboard I have to use My Logitech MoMo Racing wheel with force feedback it is very realistic. If you get a flat tire the wheel pulls to on side just like the real thing. If someone hits your car you can feel the jolt or if you abuse the car it will reflect it.
But when it comes to anything else Crysis, halo or whatever a good gaming KB and mouse is hard to beat. :D

Juat my 2 cents
Now that's good, I don't know if I can use it, but I'll check it out. (Logitech MoMo Racing Wheel):) You really went all out on that steeling wheel $99.99. Have you tried "Final Drive:Nitro Wild Games" with a customizable concept car and futuristic highway ? Or "Final Drive Fury" Wild Games also......
 


kemical

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#42
Hi, the mouse I use Celestra is a Razer 'CopperHead' but it's not just down to mice and keyboards.. You really need to have a good graphics card, maybe a RAID set-up (for fast load times) and a half decent sound solution. Then again it depends on the type of gaming you enjoy.. If you want to play the latest games with all the effects turned up then something like the above is needed but if Bejeweled is your thing then any pc will do.. Joysticks usually are saved for games like Flight sims and the like.. I agree with you and Fatboy about the Steering wheel for driving games.. Altho' when I use my KB for driving games I usually configure the spacebar to be the brake (instead of the usual downwards arrow) this means I don't have to be a contortionist when playing the game...:D
 


Celestra

Former Moderator
#43
Hi, the mouse I use Celestra is a Razer 'CopperHead' but it's not just down to mice and keyboards.. You really need to have a good graphics card, maybe a RAID set-up (for fast load times) and a half decent sound solution. Then again it depends on the type of gaming you enjoy.. If you want to play the latest games with all the effects turned up then something like the above is needed but if Bejeweled is your thing then any pc will do.. Joysticks usually are saved for games like Flight sims and the like.. I agree with you and Fatboy about the Steering wheel for driving games.. Altho' when I use my KB for driving games I usually configure the spacebar to be the brake (instead of the usual downwards arrow) this means I don't have to be a contortionist when playing the game...:D
Well, I'll see what's allowed in that department. I'm really amazed, they still make joysticks.....and I can find his wheel half off.​
 


kemical

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#44
A really good name in joysticks is 'Saitek'..
 


#45
Now that's good, I don't know if I can use it, but I'll check it out. (Logitech MoMo Racing Wheel):) You really went all out on that steeling wheel $99.99. Have you tried "Final Drive:Nitro Wild Games" with a customizable concept car and futuristic highway ? Or "Final Drive Fury" Wild Games also......
$99.99...I WISH ! :eek: I bought it 3 or 4 years ago when they first came out I paid nearly $200 for it. I'm looking to buy the Logitech G25 in the near future but waiting for the price to go down. When it came out it was in the $350 range :cool:
 


Celestra

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#46
$99.99...I WISH ! :eek: I bought it 3 or 4 years ago when they first came out I paid nearly $200 for it. I'm looking to buy the Logitech G25 in the near future but waiting for the price to go down. When it came out it was in the $350 range :cool:
:) Your G25 Racing Wheel for PS2-PC is currently running $ 273.99. (The model I told you about is very nice). Buy.Com, first time, take an addtional $10 off price.
 


Celestra

Former Moderator
#47
A really good name in joysticks is 'Saitek'..
Hi! Kemical, Ive done a little checking around and I've found the "Saitek Cyborg Force Rumble Pad Game Pad" compatible with Vista.http://www.epinions.com/t-vista-compatible-joysticks However. I'm not sure about the compatible with a laptop or notebook part. So, I wrote a letter to "Immersion Corporation" for their expert advice. Sincerely, Yours truly---
 


kemical

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#48
The one I was thinking of was more of an actual stick design.. If I find it I'll post..
 


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