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Old 02-11-2005, 12:15 PM   #31
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Speaking of controllers, a driver asked me if I could make his PS/2 controller drive his car. I can. Personally I wouldn't like it, but I haven't grown up using them.

Anyone else think this would be better than a pistol controller?
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me too. i agree a pistol would be easier. but then again ive never owned ps. only n64 and i own mariocart lol. well i think the throw on the n64 controller isnt enough to accurately control a car. i like long throw.
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Best is when you get your hands on his controller and drift car in the Holiday Inn parking lot and sending it over the speed bumps and Masami telling Cyrul and Truhe "for drift, not jumps" HAHAHAHAHA.
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Speaking of controllers, a driver asked me if I could make his PS/2 controller drive his car. I can. Personally I wouldn't like it, but I haven't grown up using them.

Anyone else think this would be better than a pistol controller?
ive got an xbox controller that my dog chewed the cord off that i been keeping around for no good reaso, if i could make that drive my car, i would love it
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I believe www.rcvideos.net has the clip of him driving with his feet.... Not sure though.
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Old 02-11-2005, 05:41 PM   #36
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ive got an xbox controller that my dog chewed the cord off that i been keeping around for no good reaso, if i could make that drive my car, i would love it
Mud, send it to me, I'll take a look at it and see how hard it would be. You might get a surprise package in return.
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