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  1. I bought a Playseat Challenge which is a bit bigger than a wheel stand but it folds up to store away and the chair creates an awesome seating position, which really helps with the immersion, so it was worth it. Needs an add-on for the shifter but I don't use that anyway.
  2. ONRUSH - New Arcade Racer from Codies!

    Great news Rushy, I'm glad you guys seem to have been left to do something new rather than used on Codies more standard projects. With the quality of previous Evolution titles I know this will be totally worth the wait. I'm in.
  3. Yeah the slow paced practice heavy online racing always makes me a little more relaxed and comfortable. While this is a huge departure from previous GT's I personally appreciate the delivery of the online racing, something I usually shy away from.
  4. Potentially, if you're still on after the football, say 10 o'clock
  5. Definitely start using MT dude, it might take a while to get used to it but you soon learn what gears you can take corners in and it does become second nature, I made the switch during our forum Driveclub challenges and never looked back. It's a shame they don't have similar challenges in GT sport really, Driveclub pushed the envelope as far as challenging mates go but nothing beats the pure online racing of GT Sport, it's cracking. Feel free to add me, PDogg.
  6. I just dropped the best part of £450 for a G29 and Playseat Challenge and to be honest it's phenomenal. GTS WRC7, PC2 and Driveclub are a totally different proposition, particularly GTS. I mean, expected it to be more immersive, of course, but the change of experience is off the chart, truly a game changer vs playing them on a controller. If you can spare the cash I highly recommend it.
  7. Spent ages hot lapping on the beta for the best part of a month or so, the driving is a lot of fun, control with the DS3 is bang on the money and the whole package improved dramatically during the beta so it's definitely going in the right direction. It looks amazeballs and sounds better than any GT I can remember, too! I had a few races online and it was really slick. I've not played the series for years, despite loving it originally, but as someone who almost exclusively plays driving games and is a complete graphics whore this is a no brainer really. Bit of a touch on the release date too, I half expected them to push it to next year.
  8. WipEout Omega Collection

  9. WipEout Omega Collection

    I remember playing Wipeout and Coolboarders absolutely off my tits at Slammin' Vinyl at Bagleys back in the 90's. Proper mental to imagine playing a playstation at a rave now (or even going to a rave for me!) but the game pods were a good fit.
  10. WipEout Omega Collection

    Hmmm, I could have sworn I was playing 2048 and fired backwards but I might be mistaken. Played 2 player split-screen for about 2 hours with the missus last night and it was awesome fun, despite her typical contempt for gaming she surprised herself (and me) by really enjoying it. Truth be told I can't even remember the last game I played split-screen but it was really fun and the technical performance was amazing as you might expect.
  11. WipEout Omega Collection

    How did I only just realise the ship accelerates automatically in Zone mode, no need to hold x, haha. Oh and don't forget some weapons can be fired backwards by holding look back (R1) and then firing.
  12. WipEout Omega Collection

    They've remastered the audio and it sounds awesome, even better than I remember and I remember it very fondly indeed.
  13. WipEout Omega Collection

    Difficulty settings are on the screen where you select your event, I think it's square to change between them, or you can change it after an event and then retry..
  14. WipEout Omega Collection

    Hard to say, did you play 2048? Do you have 4k/HDR? Ultimately the games are exactly the same however with no new Wipeout likely this feels like it has a place in my collection despite my intimate knowledge of all the components, at £25 it's a bargain to me.

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