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Below is a reprinted post, titled Learning a Track with Xbox 360 Games from Nintendo Wii Multiplayer Video Games blog, to show off an example of what is being said within this social network:
Before flying down south for a weekend of racing at a popular track in Alabama, my friend invested some serious time playing Xbox 360 games. More specifically race titles that featured the track he would soon be traversing on a 2009 ZX 600 motorcycle in real life. I have heard of pro racers doing this before. Xbox 360 games have gotten to the point where they can easily replicate the intricacies of a racetrack. Understanding entrance and exit speed of every corner in a replicated digital track is like practice from the living room. So on this afternoon, I sat on the couch watching my friend try and hit the apex around large sweepers, tight 40 MPH turns that led into long straights before getting on the brakes to lean a different way.
Understanding the layout before he got there is how he planned to beat his fellow friends on the track. I think it is so cool a person can play Xbox 360 games one day and then the next be living the experience they had just been playing on a couch. In real life, there is no restart but he did say the track memorization helped a lot.
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