Discussion in 'Other Games' started by Minibull, Nov 8, 2013.
Intresting No it's just possible under same conditions and environment. Would mean, matching up settings and use the same car and track.
How dare you apply reason and logic to this, or any, forum discussion!! The nerve!!
It's people's nature to compare everything with everything, happens in different game genres too, also in sports and everything. "hey this muay thai is completely useless against xyz, oldschool boxer would kill him"
Often those comparisons lack any sense yes
please close this stupid comparison threads.all of them.
I don't think closing these threads is needed. Just that readers should not take any of them seriously lol
I actually don't recall that many physics bugs in rF2 on the first build. Aside from some collision bugs causing cars to fly in the air when contacting other cars or objects or bottoming on a curb. A lot of those problems were actually netcode prediction problems. But cars didn't float around the track without the wheels turning. Or when locking the brakes and doing a burn out the front wheels didn't magically slide sideways. Cars didn't pivot on the center as if it was a boat. Cars couldn't continue to turn even when the front wheels were blocked.
Im about to make a thread called "rf2 VS Super Mario Bros"
There's no point, SMB is obviously simcade.
whoooooot? No way!!! Hardcore sim! You are mixing your feelings with the obvious truth.
The physics guy behind the development of Super Mario Bros, says otherwise!
It seems the physics of the brothers are good anyway, otherwise the brothers would already resting.
You bring up some good points. I won't defend the things that are wrong with AC, as there is no rational defense. Just it's too early to really judge it, in my opinion. Lets see how it turns out in the long run. These sims are pretty damned cheap price wise, so I can find no reason not to buy them and use them as they are.
For me though rF2 gets the least of my play time in sims...
Like what you like. Play what you like. Let others do the same.
Yep. It's a very interesting discussion here but sometimes it turns into to much offensive argumentation. Yes there are many things to solve but on the other hand they work hard and in my opinion
try to do as fast and good as it is possible. Maybe I've missed something that justifies this from time time harsh tone ^-^ ? I enjoy this forum and I'm every day here to read what's going on. Over the time I noticed here are many users with a professional background and in all ok most posts they act like this. So I'm really surprised that the discussion here is done so emotional
I want not believe some guys here mean it in the same way as it sounds. So please stay cool and professional as always. It is still enough room for two simulations. If things turn in the right direction, why should it not possible that all have an advantage?
All = racers and Devs / Publishers
Without discussion, forums would not exist. If only logic was allowed they would also be mostly empty Personally, I like forums and lots of discussion.
And it's one of the most amusing ways of free entertainment available on the internet
I've been doing some more driving today. I think I managed to find ok FFB settings. Lowering the gain gave me a little more feel but it added a huge dead zone in the ffb in the center. I tried to increase spring and damping effect in logitech profiler, from 0% to 80%, and it reduced the "dead zone" feel.
Still can't enjoy lapping with any of the cars in AC though... I have no fun. I don't know how to express it (escpecially not in english), all I can say is that there is something that doesn't feel natural to me. I've been watching some replays too and seen some strange car behavior when going over curbs very careless and I've also watched some videos in this thread showing strange car behavior.
My brother tried a few laps too (Lotus Elise at Imola) and his reaction was "wow I thought I was going to spin" when he made a mistake in the corner entry where he threw the car in very carelsess but was not punished by the car.
Well... at least I've purchased it, so I hope I can enjoy it sometime in the future. Right now I can't see one single reason to spend my time with AC when I have rF2.
I've seen some pics of a very good looking Ferrari 312T F1 at least.. (but I'm very disappointed in the Lotus 49 so my expectations are not very high)
Hedlund, I've read from the AC forum that to counter the deadzone they advise you to use the ingame damping and set it to around .15 (offcourse tweakable for your own feeling). Have you also tried that?
Don't know how it scales compared to the Logitech Profiler damping offcourse but just an idea
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