Steering issue?

Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 3' started by mrfrisky330, Oct 9, 2017.

  1. mrfrisky330

    mrfrisky330

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    Noticed another bizarre issue or is it a standard feature of the game - any car I pick seems to steer like it is in mud then eventually exponentially veers off if I hold the direction pad down.

    GT4 works as a real car: turn the wheels to turns, does GT3 always feel like your steering a tractor through wet cement??
     
  2. submaniac93

    submaniac93

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    Same with me. I think that's how the game works. It's an older tech after all.
     
  3. EliteBeast55

    EliteBeast55

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    Strange. I've never had the problems you're describing. The steering shouldn't feel too difficult. If it's your first time playing GT3, whether in a long time or first in general, then you may have to become re-acclimated with the physics.
     
  4. basherblake

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    Different physics engine and GT4 was designed for a 1080degree racing wheel for finer inputs.
    GT3 is great with a controller, I never had a wheel until GT5 came out and since then I've only been faster with a controller on dirt or snow!!
     
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  5. michaelchan21

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    I have the same problem too with the wheel, yet I saw people playing the GT3 fantastically smooth and extremely fast with the steering. Is it a matter of the compatibility between of the wheel and the emulator?