Discussion in 'Console Talk (Public)' started by Reoh, Apr 6, 2010.
How did you get photos of my car?!?
Sad news is the car is at the mechanics ... it seems the car got the RROD
Great for playing Burnout.
So now when you get the RROD it's going to cost $40,000 to get fixed
That picture is a lie....it should be a Wiimote
LOL Ebony ... have you ever tried to control a car with a Wii remote?
I usually beat my 7 year old in super mario cart!
The Xbox is worth more than the car, it`s only a Suzuki.
GT2's best car for me if i remember correctly
yep was going to say the same as ebony, minus the 7yr old part ,
pretty easy steering with the wii mote
^ Ummm, lol?
^ ummm lol?
nothing wrong with that post lol
there was ad spam there before, but i reported it
Ok, now back to your drivers ed class, Please grasp your controller firmly in two hands, Good, Now to stear, use the right analog stick, press right trigger to accelerate and left trigger to break, press x button, to put the car into reverse, and then press right trigger to move backwards, B button is the emergency break, and to right and left bumpers are to trigger your turn signals. Y button to turn on your lights, push in on the analog stick to turn your windshield whippers on. Now Lets try this out on the road shall we...............OMG LOOK AT THE ROAD AHH *crash* x_x
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To reverse tilt the wheel slightly back
To accelerate push the A button
To break push the 1 button
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