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Submitted by mcroddi 767d ago | review

onPause Review: Thrustmaster Ferrari Vibration GT Cockpit 458

onPause writes:

Thrustmaster is known for making extremely well build and functional gaming accessories and peripherals – especially for racing games – and the Thrustmaster Ferrari Vibration GT Cockpit 458 Italia Edition is no different. (PC, Thrustmaster Ferrari Vibration GT Cockpit 458 Italia Edition, Xbox 360) 8.5/10

Speed-Racer  +   767d ago
Man, I love Thrustmaster products!
mcroddi  +   767d ago
It truly is a great brand. I have rarely been disappointed with their stuff.
brandonw00  +   767d ago
Holy crap that wheel looks awesome.
RonyDean  +   767d ago
Wow this wheel looks SICK!
mcroddi  +   767d ago
Have you had a wheel since the MS one?
aliengmr  +   767d ago
Why no mention of price in the review?

Its 299$ on newegg, if anyone was wondering.
mcroddi  +   767d ago
Good point - I guess that could have been mentioned.

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