The Logitech g25 pwns this. The downside is it's got a shitload of wires going every which way. Note to anyone looking to buy this or the g25: very few games truely support wheels. Usually only simulators.
[citation][nom]lmn8r[/nom]Very few games truely support wheels. Usually only simulators.[/citation]Who else would even want to buy this unless they play simulators? NFS blows with a steering wheel. I love using the controller for "arcade" style racers. GTR and such rock with a steering wheel.
Other that the wireless tech is see no other reason buying this (ok, the badge too...).
The g25 is is better in every aspect: from the clutch to the shifter to 900' rotation and i have to guess responce times are better as well.
You can get the g25 for roughly the same price so this doesnt seem like a deal for me. (i already have the g25 and it is worth the price even though i dont get to play as much as i'd like.)
We'll have to wait for a review to see wheather this is a worhy oponent.
First off wires are better for gameplay. Id rather have the option. Second these branded wheels never turn out very well and lets face it beyond the actual cars the Ferrari brand hasnt always been stellar. The price seems fine considering the features but like the writer said there hasnt been a hands on yet. because of this I have to ask the question. Why did you even write the story???
The G25 wheel works fine on my PS3 what are you talking about? Played GT4, F1 Championship Edition, GT5 Prelude all with Force Feedback. This wheel DOES NOT WORK FOR XBOX360.
I would rather have a better response force feed back, the slightest loss of grip, running over kerbs and feeling the twitch of the car would be way more important then obligatory "Wireless". G25 still a Great Wheel IMHO.
All, Play GTR2,GT Legends, R Factor(F1MG2010 MOD)and Race, for a better simulation. For you arcade guys, get a the logitech momo wheel.. great feel.
from a guy who clumped a same price for the "steel batalion" game setup, this one seems in par. What i didn't notice was what seemed to be a lack of force feedback? Surely a $250 controller would have force feedback
its not a bad product for the price, most "kits" come with these seats that cost upwards of 500 dollars. This gives you a stand for the wheel and it installs it very neatly for 250 dollars. im considering buying this.