09-10-2010 12:57 PM
Yes, there is. Please browse to the following link and scroll down on the Overview page to the "See all compatible games >" link. It does get missed from time to time.
07-18-2011 05:45 AM
Hey there, have just bought my G27... Very happy with the wheel however would like to ask a few things.
The list of PC games! Why is it so small!. I bought the wheel to play it with Dirt 3 (really new game) and the RPM leds do not work.
Another thing is do you have recommeneded settings to have the wheel on for this game, have listened to others a bit but cannot find settings that Iam happy with, Forcefeedback seems good, but graunchy.
Why does Logitech not care about us? Many people have gone out and spent a large sum of money on these g27 wheels, only to find that there is not very much support there for the users... this needs to be improved! Have spend 500NZD on the thing!
01-22-2012 12:08 AM - edited 01-22-2012 12:10 AM
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02-13-2012 02:44 PM
I bought a G27 last week for GT5. The FFB on straight aways makes it unplayable! Dead zone is nonexistant and keeps moving car from side to side. (and YES I was holding the steering wheel very tight!) I let go of the wheel to see what would happen. It threw the car into the wall! Tried all of the game settings to correct problem from setting FFB from 1 to 10,and using the three main catagories above that adjustment. It says GT5 is compatible with G27, but in my case it is not. I've read others post about having the same problem with this wheel.
I bought the G27 specifically to use with GT5 based on your claims of compatabilty. Is GT5 XL any better or is this a defective issue with this wheel? I'm playing on PS3.
02-24-2012 04:17 PM
Hey friend, you're not alone. I've contacted Logitech Support and they said it's a perfectly normal behavior. I filmed it to show how "normal" it is. Check out the video please and let me know if this is your problem.
Unfortunately, I don't know any fix for this though it seems reasonable that if we increase the deadzone area the car wouldn't have this unrealistic behavior in straight lines. I feel insecure to expend money on other games and end up with the same problem. I can say I'm very unhappy with G27 in GT5.
Just to clarify another point: I've tested it with Live For Speed (PC). It shocked me (sarcasm) to find out that running with the default settings, the wheel behaved the exact same way it did in Gran Turismo 5. I'm considering opening it up and fixing this by myself (I'm an engineer). If I were the responsible for releasing a product in Logitech, I would NEVER approve to sell something that "normally" behaves like this. It's just unacceptable.
12-11-2012 10:27 AM - last edited on 12-11-2012 12:54 PM by SimonDan
lol [keep it courteous please] ... thats Called FORCE FEEDBACK ! if you are realy an engeneer you would know... try it with your car ... going 300km/h and let go of the steering wheel when the tracks is going a littlebit sidehill you will have the same effect
04-25-2013 01:35 PM
You are plenty of reason. MOREOVER, the Forcefeedback WILL force the wheel to some direction if you don't put the wheel with a infinite precicion on center. That is called amplified feedback. and it is there because the "wheel driver" is not suposed to drive the car on place of the player, but to go against it. So if you let it be, it will turn the wheel, the centering spring will try to put the wheel back to the center and will do a overshoot, then will try to bring it bak and overshoot... and so on...
IT IS NORMAL I have other Wheels too... ond ones.. someone interestet? I just bought my G27 and wish to sell the old one... (just jocking, no need to delet the post! )