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MotoGP2013/SBK2011/SBK Gengerations----Brakes?

Discussion in 'MotoGP 13' started by Appie Kuipers, Nov 17, 2013.

  1. Appie Kuipers

    Appie Kuipers

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    Guy's is there a way to use brakes in combination like MotoGP2013, in these older games?
    I ám in trouble racing with 2 brake buttons, so if you have a solution for this, would be very appriciated, hope you Guy's can? THANKS!!
     
  2. Appie Kuipers

    Appie Kuipers

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    Not much support at Racedepartment! Arggggggggg.
     
  3. Steven Poirier

    Steven Poirier

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    Not the point, Moto GP 13 is not the most popular racing game here at RD
     
  4. M1GHTY M4VS

    M1GHTY M4VS

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    In Generations there is an option for using front and rear brake indepentendly but it does work a bit different afaik.
     
  5. Appie Kuipers

    Appie Kuipers

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    No option to use in combination like GP2013?
     
  6. M1GHTY M4VS

    M1GHTY M4VS

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    Nope, as far as I can tell you cannot have an one button brake in the older games, It'd work if you could multiple bind them to one key but it won't work. Tbh in SBK the Brakes are a whole much different to the ones in MGP13, I can tell you that MGP really has struggling brakes on the front usually meaning checking whether or not your modular should be front or rear but in SBK it is less of a difference as the steels are about equal and I use Back Brake mostly 80% and dossage the Front whereas needed, if at all.
    One Thing I noticed when making the Switch that I really had to focus on the Front Tyre Braking, where in SBK it usually was the Corner slinging and getting off Track with the icey off behaviour in the grass or gravel that really was numb and now they came back with rather proper off track physics in MGP. Even when coming from Generations (2012) to SBK08 (2008) I had to completely adjust, braking isn't just quite the problem always it is getting into the proper flow with decent physics, although lacking the extra 20% braking can be tricky at times.
     
  7. Appie Kuipers

    Appie Kuipers

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    Thanks for your respons, appriciated!