There are some games I play where flying a prop or jet is needed and I'm tired of failing so poorly with a keyboard. It will also open up my portfolio to games where flight may be the main game mechanic, hopefully.
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Gary Simmons the Battle Cat. But now I'm thinking of getting a joystick too! My wife won't thank you, Battle Cat. I'd take a T.
The problem is my desk is so crowded I don't know where I'd put it! OK, I could clean up, some papers have been there for years I hope for them the product development is amortized by now. Perhaps if I take well to flying I'll go that route next time.
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Is Thrustmaster the best answer? But I'm on a budget? But I want a dedicated throttle? But that's too much, maybe I want to add a throttle later? Still yes. It's a cheap holdover from when Thrustmaster was putting out mediocre budget products for the PS3 and Xbox last decade. It's revoltingly inferior to the T. Your article is misleading. Your email address will not be published.
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CH Flight Stick Pro. CH Pro Pedals. CH Throttle Quadrant. Greengolfer has given you a large variety of units to chose from.
What ever you purchase will depend on your budget. After your purchase what you need to know is that the software that is provided with the unit will have to sit in the box.
Don't touch it. Don't even attempt to configure the unit through your operating system because it won't work either. X-Plane is different to all other "shootem" up games and flight sim packages. Your stick has to be configured in X-Plane. No other way.
Connect your stick to your Mac, turn your Mac on and then bootup X-Plane. No other way at this stage. X-Plane should recognise your unit and show you a picture of that unit. When configured give the unit a name.
You can configure the unit for several different aircraft. Tedious in the beginning but when you fly different aircraft you don't have to configure the stick each time.