GP Bikes beta19b available!
Started by PiBoSo, June 07, 2014, 11:03:10 AM
Quote from: BOBR6 84 on June 07, 2014, 11:37:35 AMTalking of controllers.. Is it possible to map left and right trigger to work at the same time? So I can blip the throttle when on the brakes..
Quote from: girlracerTracey on June 07, 2014, 12:16:16 PMAs a matter of interest PiBoSo do you feel that the best option of all for gpbikes is arguably a good quality force feedback wheel and pedals? Based upon you comment above. Clearly this all comes down to personal preference but I found your comment interesting.
Quote from: girlracerTracey on June 07, 2014, 12:16:16 PMI also have an xbox one controller with me at the moment and strangely I couldn't get it to work under my windows 7 32 bit OS. I successfully downloaded and installed the x.86 version of the software driver but windows for some strange reason fails to initialise the controller. It's recognised as an xbox one controller in the device manager but there is an exclamation mark next to it reporting the initialisation failure... I tried it 4 or 5 times and reinstalled the software driver but was met with exactly the same result each time. It's not the xbox one controller at fault here because it is brand new and works perfectly with my friend's xbox one console. Any ideas?
Quote from: PiBoSo on June 07, 2014, 11:03:10 AM- the sticks are more precise around the center, less deadzone required- the sticks have almost square output! woot!!!
Quote from: girlracerTracey on June 07, 2014, 04:52:41 PMWell I've just tried out the xbox one controller on gpbikes. I'm impressed. With "direct lean" on it feels noticeably more controllable to me than how gpbikes feels with the xbox 360 pad. I seem to be able to control the handling of the bikes more easily exiting a bend and returning the bike to vertical. I'm not getting as muddled with the steering control in quick changes of direction left to right, right to left either in the "mid point" of the thumbstick's travel. So the "direct lean" on setting seems easier to manage to me when using the xbox one pad. This I think makes the option of using "direct lean" on with a joypad a more viable option for me. It feels a bit easier..The PS4 pad is also very good. But I think I do prefer the feel of the xbox one pad. Also I prefer the more familiar positioning of the left thumbstick coming from having used an xbox 360 controller in the past. It's a cool pad..I have been offered the xbox one pad for £25 by my friend (he bought it as an extra pad to play Titanfall with on split screen..but when Titanfall came out it didn't provide a split-screen option).So I reckon it's worth having..grT