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bht
13th September 1999, 14:19
I have an MS force feedback steering wheel being delivered in a few days. I'm looking to find a racing game or two to test it out? What are everyone's favourite games that support a force feedback wheel, the G400 and hopefully online racing (cable modem)?

Cheers,

BHT

Tom
13th September 1999, 15:11
I really like Need For Speed High Stakes and
Need For Speed III..looks nice on the G400!
A friend of mine has the MS SW ForceFeedbackWheel and says it's the best wheel he's ever used. You will be very happy
with it!
Electronic Arts also has an online racing beta on the go (currently full) made for
high speed connections like your cable modem. http://www.earacing.com/betainfo.html
Happy Racing!

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MatroxG400MAX, AsusP2B-L(rev.1010), Celeron266(SL2QG@400MHz), 128MB PC100 SDRAM, QuantumFireball(ST)6.4, ADI MicroScanG66(19"), MonsterSoundMX200, PioneerDVD103-S(6x,32x), MotorolaCyberSURFR(cable), Windows98(4.10.1998+SP1)

kooguy
13th September 1999, 17:25
Yep, NFS:HS looks great on the G400 but too bad it's not natively supported. How does the game run for you? I run it in 1024 32z. Doesn't run too smootly though. My old Banshee card ran alot better.

System specs:
Celeron 300a OC to 464
Abit Bh6 mobo
G400 MAX 32 megs
128 megs Micron PC100 ram
SB Live! Value

DarkSyd
13th September 1999, 19:26
If you like rally style games as well, check out Colin Macrae. The demo was quite nice, but I have no idea if it supports force feedback.

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Cel 266@448 on Asus P2b (1009), 128MB, OEM G400/16, Quantum Obsidian S12, Fujitsu 5.25gb, MX300, Dlink 530, Grey Cat, Orange Cat (still MIA)

Tom
13th September 1999, 22:03
It runs o.k. on my system, but it could be a
little smoother. I did notice that the performance is about the same in 1024x768x16
as it is in 1600x1200x32. Is that strange or what?

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MatroxG400MAX, AsusP2B-L(rev.1010), Celeron266(SL2QG@400MHz), 128MB PC100 SDRAM, QuantumFireball(ST)6.4, ADI MicroScanG66(19"), MonsterSoundMX200, PioneerDVD103-S(6x,32x), MotorolaCyberSURFR(cable), Windows98(4.10.1998+SP1)