Looks like fun!BmwNut said:Ok, ok, I know it is in a videogame but I just picked up my E60 in GT4 and had to try out the photo mode. Enjoy!
Thanks..BmwNut said:So far Mark GT4 is only on PS2. If you buy a new slimline PS2 they can operate HD (or so I am told), and so can GT4. You can play with the normal controller that is supplied with the PS2 no problem, but Logitec makes a steering wheel for it that is to die for. Check the GT4 thread in the OT section for more info on what I think of the wheel.
The wheel does a pretty good job, but it is akin to a Level 5 Frasca sim compared to a real airplane. Close, fun, but the control feel just isnt quite right, but good enough for government work. I still highly recomend it. 900 degrees of rotation is great too for drifting.
I cant think of anything out on computer that is like GT4. Maybe someone else can chime in with more info.
True HD or progressive scan? Last I checked it was progressive scan.BmwNut said:So far Mark GT4 is only on PS2. If you buy a new slimline PS2 they can operate HD (or so I am told), and so can GT4.
I'm really not sure Dan. I feel you on the PS2 reliability issue, as I am on my second one...vndkshn said:True HD or progressive scan? Last I checked it was progressive scan.
Of course, my PS2 is on the fritz.. why can't they make one that lasts?
OK I'm sold. Ordered the logitech today at bestbuy.ca and will pick up the game and PS2 on Monday....BmwNut said: