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Topic # 91649 18-Oct-2011 11:31
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Just picked this up this morning and love it. Forza 4 looks even better than 3 did and plays really nicely. I am liking the Speed wheel too. It takes a little bit to get used to as I needed to do some setup to move the gear change position, but it works well and feels more involving than the controller to use. Glad I got the combo.




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  Reply # 534986 18-Oct-2011 22:30
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After using it a bit more, the controller is good, but slightly annoying. The brake and accelerator buttons are good but take some time to get used to not just slamming them on as the cars need a bit more delicacy in this game. Also the lack of shoulder buttons is a bit annoying as rather a lot of functions in Forza require them so you have to switch controllers around. Otherwise it is a great and fun casual racing accessory. I like that the lights on the handles light up more as you approach redline and brake hard, I like shiny things.




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