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Sony Playstation Move Racing Wheel for LittleBigPlanet Karting this fall for $40

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Accessories, E3, PlayStation 3, Sony

Playstation Move racing wheel

Sony may not have made mention of the Playstation Move Racing Wheel during its E3 Media Briefing, but the Playstation Blog has all the details on the accessory that's targeted at LittleBigPlanet Karting and other Move racers. The company says that the oddly-shaped Move Racing Wheel, saying that it will offer "precise motion tracking" despite its weird looks. You can pick one up in the fall for $39.99, but you'll need to supply your own Move controller to make use of it.


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Logitech G27 Racing Wheel for Playstation 3, 2, and PC

Logitech G27 Racing Wheel for Driving PS and PC games keeps doing a lot of cool things with its webcams and their Unifying Receiver and whatnot.  The latest trick up their sleeve is an upgrade to the G25 Racing Wheel, with the G27.  This one has a shift-indicator telling you when to go up or down a gear, and six programmable buttons (three on each side of the wheel.)  It is good for , PS2, and Windows games. You can pick one up for $300, and they’re available for pre-order on Amazon.

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Driving Force Goes Past “Playing Games”

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Accessories, Video Games

Driving Force GTLogitech has launched its Driving Force GT Racing Wheel aka the “official wheel” of Grand Turismo. It has a 24-position real-time adjustment dial for brakes, traction, and damper settings. We love the enthusiasm shown by PR person Ruben Mookerjee, “With the Logitech Driving Force GT, you’re not playing games anymore – you’re racing!”

The 11-inch wheel has an illuminated, audible horn button with GT logo and cant turn 900º. Specifically designed for Gran Turismo 5 Prologue on PS3, which debuts on April 17, the wheel itself will become available in May for $149.00.

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Microsoft Announces New Xbox 360 Peripherals

Xbox 360 Wireless Racing Wheel

Microsoft has announced pricing details for some snazzy new peripherals coming available later this year.

Enjoy your Xbox Live experience even more with the new, more convenient Wireless Headset and Xbox Live Vision Camera. The headset comes in at $59.99 while the camera comes in two package choices priced at $39.99 and $79.99.  Both packages come with the camera, full versions of UNO and TotemBall as well as a free Xbox Live Gold membership, but the 80 dollar “Video Chat Gold Kit” version comes with a full year Xbox Live Gold membership, versus just one month in the basic package. Additionally the more expensive version comes with 200 Microsoft Points, a standard headset and a full version of Robotron.

Also coming at $19.99 is the Wireless Gaming Receiver for Windows which allows you to use your wireless Xbox 360 peripherals with your PC.  All you need is a free USB port.

And finally, just in time for Forza Motorsport 2 releasing this holiday season, comes the Wireless Racing Wheel with force feedback.  The wheel will retail at $149.99 and come with a special edition of Project Gotham Racing 3.

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Wireless Gaming Receiver for Windows
Wireless Headset
Vision Camera

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