Dual Pixels - That "driving wheel" you see to the right of this post, is coming to Xbox 360 this Fall. Intended to be used with Forza 4, this new Xbox 360 wheel is completely wireless and its fashion favors a 3rd party Wii wheel accessory.
What is this, i don't even......
I know. Instead of them creating something useful like sony did. They give us this. Sigh...
Its the Xbox Horse Shoe.
lol, those crazy bastards.
What happened to the "YOU ARE THE CONTROLLER"??
"control a controller while being a controller"
yo dawg, I herd u leik controllers....
its like inception....
Lol wasnt kinect suppose to replace wheels!? HA
this might be used for plane simulator
maybe this could also be used with kinect and M$ could be coming out with a next gen port of that old Paper Boy, or Matt Hoffman, or Dave Mirra games. oh... "another fucking plastic peripheral?" Wouldnt mind seeing another nes power glove type peripheral, bundled with a game called the "Smack a Bitch" Simulator.
Either the photo is missing a piece of the wheel or this is indeed a Kinect compatible wheel. How else would it detect when you turn the wheel?
maybe just maybe if its bundled with Forza motorsports 4 i'll get it
Here I was, hoping for a real Forza steering wheel with force feedback, stick shift and a more solid feel to it than the current 360 wheel.
theres always the fanatec gt2 wheel
MS/XBox please sign-in Logitech to be compatible with Forza 4.. I beg of you please!
this isn't a bad idea.. i don;t have a place for a wheel in my room where i do most of my gaming.. i only get to use the downstairs XBOX if nobody is on the TV (joys of 2 xboxs) so a wireless wheel that doesn't need to be held down is very appealing.. i can see advanced detectors in the wheel itself (think WII motion PLUS) because i have the kinect setup downstairs.. so if i need the kinect then this wheel is useless once again to me.. may as well hold a peice of plastic.. hell i think i have a WII wheel somewhere
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