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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1364d ago | review

Destructoid - Review: Xbox 360 Wireless Speed Wheel

Destructoid - Do you remember that strange U-shaped wireless wheel at E3? Microsoft calls it the Xbox 360 Wireless Speed Wheel. Even though I first thought it looked like a Wii accessory, I found out then that it's actually quite a bit more useful than it initially appears to be.

Now I have one in the office, and I've been able to put it to a proper test with several racing games. It turns out that air steering works pretty well! (Tech, Xbox 360) -

S_C  +   1364d ago
Might buy this on friday
dirthurts  +   1364d ago
Odd, the one at my local game stop has the d-pad on the left. According to this, and the included image the d-pad is on the right. Probably a typo or image mix up but still.
On a side note, I actually really want to try this thing. But it seems a bit pricey.
Burning_Finger  +   1364d ago
Xbox U
Chuvanes  +   1364d ago
ugly as fuck
willie6289  +   1364d ago
wait, I thought you didnt need a controller anymore with xbox.

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