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Mar 7, 2012

Hard to complain about free. It'll definitely help me pass some time.

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Mar 7, 2012

I agree the game is not great but its pretty damn good. And you can't beat free. I had a hard time adjusting to the controls and you can go right into the options and adjust anything you want to make it to your liking. I had to adjust the steering to the pad because that worked best for me. But I liked it well enough I bought it for ps3 also.

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Mar 7, 2012

I agree with another persons comment. Just because they are RC controls doesn't mean they are good.

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Mar 7, 2012

Love this game! Big time.

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Have to say I'm adding my opinion to the control scheme criticisms. I am so used to using the right stick as a camera angle it would probably take me a long time to get used to it as gas. I do not play with RC cars, so the controls are a little foreign to me. All Sony had to was make a control scheme where you could have used a button or the right trigger to accelerate. Most games have multiple control schemes. To me, there wasn't much difference between the two offered in this game. Until they add some more control options, I'm deleting the game.

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I agree with this.

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Mar 7, 2012

Lol people are pretty sad to complain about a free game ....

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Mar 7, 2012

sesho1 wrote:

Have to say I'm adding my opinion to the control scheme criticisms. I am so used to using the right stick as a camera angle it would probably take me a long time to get used to it as gas. I do not play with RC cars, so the controls are a little foreign to me. All Sony had to was make a control scheme where you could have used a button or the right trigger to accelerate. Most games have multiple control schemes. To me, there wasn't much difference between the two offered in this game. Until they add some more control options, I'm deleting the game.

You can change the controls, go into option controls, move down to select the accelerate press x then use the right left stick to change it. I change the accelerate to right bumper, break to left bumper and circle to reset car. Works great

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Mar 7, 2012

It took me a while, but the controls work great for me now.

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Mar 7, 2012

Mapping the gas to ANY button sort of defeats the purpose of an analog control, doesn't it?  Probably 30% of success in this particular game (just like in real life remote control vehicles) comes from careful, deliberate use of the acceleration trigger.  With a button, on the Vita, you are talking about gas on/gas off.  There is no 'middle ground' to get you through those tight turns without taking your finger off the gas.  Granted, the sticks on the Vita don't have a lot of travel, but some analog control is better than none.

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