View Full Version : MotoGp - Debate 3 - Brakes
This week the Monumental MotoGP development team have requested some feedback on 'brakes'. Now I know there are a lot comments on this subject already in various threads, but it would make it so much easier for me to compile your views if they are condensed into one single thread.
So here we go then; Share you views and suggestions on braking power, aids and anything and everything to do with brakes...
Sorry if im a little late,but what I whould like to exp. on GP when braking is something that reflects all the details you see when you watch the real thing:)Very often the braking is more or less just one sequence and you either make it or you dont.What I whould like to see is something very detailed where tiny diffrences make all the diffrence.I whould like to see something where when you come into a hard braking zone you start out braking hard,but as the speed is reduced your tires start to grip more and you have to ease off otherwise all the weight is going shift to the front and the rear is going to start comming over,and you whould have to realise to get the rear back down and you whould loose some ground.If you did a good job of it your rear will only lift slightly into the air(skid across the surface)that whould be when you knew you where braking hard,and you whould brake the max,but if it liftet too high and you bike isent in perfect balance(leaning) it could brake to the side and you whould get a big whooble when it came back down and you whould certainly loose some ground.The trick to a fast lap whould be to try to be smooth on the brakes,but when trying to overtake someone you could take some chances and try to outbrake them.Ofcourse this should all be affectet by how you set up the bike.With the right settings you should have more stabillity and be able to brake harder.As you may be able to tell I have been playing a lot of TT Superbikes(IOM)wich is a game that handles braking beutifully.In fact I whould strongly surgest everybody to try it and see how its done:DI'v actually come up with a theory why it is the world has so few good bikegames and why theres so few good dev,that it must be because so few people have even heard about TT Superbikes,much less played it:rolleyes:P.S.it whould also be nice if the bikes could do a wheelie(powerwheelie)without me having to pull back on the joystick for several min.Seriously I couldent imagine a more boring bikegame than a game where the bikes dont buck,and dont wheelie:cry:Lets get some action backl in GP
No, still plenty of time to get all of your comments in.