Fly and Drive: 10 Sim Game Controllers

Back in the era of DOS and Windows 95 gaming, the landscape for game controllers was rich and varied. You had companies like Thrustmaster (the original, Portland, Oregon based Thrustmaster) putting out realistic-looking flight controllers, CH Products with their line of flight controllers and a variety of other joysticks and driving wheels of varying quality and cost. Microsoft even dived into the PC game controller business, and I still have a couple of their force feedback driving wheels and joysticks around.

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