hm, I got a 360 gamepad because of this... I didn't really want to at first, because I have pc adapters for the dual shock 2 and they work just fine, but all these new "games for windows" don't care, they tend to support the 360 pad really well, but nothing else.
so, smart trick MS pulled there once again, just as they "support" pc gaming by taking it all away and bringing it to the xbox.
It's a good pad though, can't deny that (except for the horrible d-pad).
You can't call yourself a racing gamer if you don't have a wheel Samor
Sure it's old these days but even I have a wheel, a old Logitech Formula Force. Poor thing keeps on getting so dusty though
I will agree though that GRID is not as much simulation as TOCA2 was for instance...and then there's FIA GTR...which for some reason does not run propperly for me at all...as soon as the car goes over 10kmh I can only turn like 3 degrees no matter what I do.
I did not mean you Bubbafat. You can get yourself a regular wheel just with a bit of force feedback, something like the Logitech Formula Force Ex, the new version of my wheel.
Heck even a Genius wheel would make a nice starter wheel.