first actual run with TrackIR so its a bit jarring.
kinda nauseating in the beginning. 5 min later, started focusing on the car in front vs car trying to pass. Instead of looking directly at the car, I would lean in to the side mirrors
Once in the lead, it does increase your view into the apex (???) of the turn, so this gives me a better judgement on how much steer to put.
I quick run on DiRT2, it helps when drifting or performing a "flick"....the rough rides and the tighter road + head bobbing can be immersive or nauseating.
No flying game here. Might try ARMA2 on the weekend....maybe after some ginger-gum
I tried the demo when it first came out. I figured it was gonna be bugged and not up to snuff so I never bought it. Though from the videos I've been seeing on Youtube (especially with the Nato module) seem to show that it's improved. Have the demo on my comp but have yet to fire it up. And oh modern warfare is my thing but I was not to happy with the setting initially but once they started adding in the NATO module I've taken more interest in it.Have you tried CM:Shock Force? It has a Brit and NATO module, or is modern warfare not your thing?
Glad you liked it! I plan on making moreCool video btw.
Yeah it's nice to see CMBN and I need to get that CMSF Nato Module running and see how it is.I play CMSF and its add ons now and im waiting for the Battle For Normandy game to come out.
Head movements becomes more apparent, and I end up speeding past what I was trying to look at instead of looking at it. Still fun though. At least in Arma 2 you don't need to glue your fingers to ALT which can get very annoying very quick.
Is that WoW?
i seriously suck at dragon age, i for the life of me cant play rpg's.
It's single player only, and it is a fantastic game. Great engaging story and interactive NPCs, etc.
Dragon Age is actually quite hard. First game through on "normal" I really struggled at times. It's really all about the tactics you use. I have my NPC's set up so well now that I barely have to manage them. For example (my Mage/Healer):i seriously suck at dragon age, i for the life of me cant play rpg's.
What this means is that she will heal herself with a potion first if she is damaged, she will then heal allies with her spell. If an ally is close to death she will cast some protective spells on them. If one of my party members dies, she will revive them.
If we encounter very tough enemies, elites or bosses, she will use some of her more powerful abilities, and if there is a group she will cast a spell on the main boss that immoblizes it, giving us time to deal with all the weaker additional monsters.
Otherwise she just attacks.
With setups like this, your party members act like real humans a lot of the time. It makes the game A LOT easier and a lot more enjoyable.
C&C Generals Zero Hour Cold War Crisis Mod
My M109s pounding some Soviet Armor.