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Stupid question: How to drive bikes?

Discussion in 'TDU1 - PC' started by Kumagoro, Jun 24, 2007.

  1. Kumagoro New Member

    I know, dumb as hell.

    I play with a keyboard and the bikes are a true pain, they have a huge lag between turning, their turning radius is bigger than most cars... basically they are horrible to drive...

    How should i do it? Am i doing something wrong?
  2. Mu5cleGTMani4c

    Mu5cleGTMani4c PUR3 MUSCLE

    Massachusetts, UNiTed StAte5
    i have no idea, seeing as i don't have the game yet, lol. but i hear that they are horrible to drive, and Atari did a awful job with incorporating them into the game
  3. Janos

    Janos Miura Addicted

    You need a joypad with analog sticks to ride well, since the way you use the gas and the brakes is really relevant in a corner.
  4. jeff82_nz

    jeff82_nz Lotus driver

    New Zealand
    I think they should have made the bikes easier to ride, I just dont find them fun... The main problem is they take far to long to come back up from leaning into a corner, so it feels like the whole control system is lagging out..

    They shouldnt handle perfectly seeing as theyre so fast at accelerating (it might make the game unbalanced) but the way it is right now doesnt work for me.
  5. Toby_boy

    Toby_boy Rookie

    Birkerød, Denmark
    I use a steering wheel ( Logitech Wingman Formula ), and i think it's easy. When you reach 300+ km/h, the steering becomes to sensitive, but it's good fun.
  6. ScaR

    ScaR New Member

    I think it is a stupid question, because you said how do we DRIVE bikes :S I think you mean how do we RIDE bikes

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