Blazepro Offers Realistic Wii Racing Wheel For Better Mario Kart Control

If you haven't quite earned a license for Mario Kart driving, you can bypass the tacky training wheel and head straight for a realistic, grown-up solution. Blazepro is now offering a beefed-up racing wheel for the Wii that promises better driving accuracy. And, since the base can be attached to any desktop for better… » 5/22/08 3:00pm 5/22/08 3:00pm

Logitech's Driving Force GT Wheel For Gran Turismo 5 Prologue Has Force…

Logitech's no stranger to racing wheels, but their latest PlayStation 3 wheel looks even fancier than its predecessors. There's a 900 degree lock-to-lock turn, which means you can maneuver it much like an actual wheel on your Toyota Corolla when sledding about the tracks of Nurburgring. There's also a horn, shifter,… » 2/20/08 4:40pm 2/20/08 4:40pm

Microsoft Starts Xbox 360 Racing Wheel Retrofit Program to Prevent Your…

Similar to the way that the power cables on the original Xbox had problems with possibly catching on fire, the Xbox 360 Racing Wheel can possibly cause your wheel to "overheat" and "release smoke." Thanks to a couple instances of this happening, Microsoft is instituting a program where you can get an AC adapter… » 8/23/07 11:40am 8/23/07 11:40am

Even PS3 Racing Wheels Don't Have Force Feedback

Thanks to the fact that the standard SIXAXIS controller doesn't have vibration, most game developers aren't going to program in vibration functions to their games on the odd hope that someone will pick up a PS3 Racing Wheel. In turn, PS3 racing wheels—like this one from Logitech—won't have vibration functions either.… » 1/05/07 4:50pm 1/05/07 4:50pm