Thrustmaster's T300 RS force feedback racing wheel is the first officially licensed force feedback driving controller for the PlayStation 4. I am actively afraid of it for the best of reasons.
Would you pay $600 for a more realistic Gran Turismo 5 experience? Thrustmaster has made the T500 RS racing wheel official, delivering new details and specifications on the accessory that costs twice as much as a PlayStation 3.
Pictures have circulated of the new Thrustmaster T500RS, a high-end racing wheel for for Gran Turismo 5, but nothing's official yet and no one was clear on what it cost, until GT's creator piped up over Twitter.
I once had a Thrustmaster "Top Gun" joystick. Best one I ever had. Got me through 2.5 X-Wing games after I'd broken four on the first one. This new one, though, is a lot nicer.
Unveiled in May, this video gives you a much closer look at Thrustmaster's over-the-top Ferrari Wireless GT Cockpit 430 Scuderia Edition controller.
Not one to be outdone, well by no one at this point, peripheral kings Thrustmaster will start selling a $250 replica of a Ferrarri 430 Scuderia in June for use with PC and PS3 games. The only thing that the fold-up cockpit is missing is the... cockpit. But hey, nice wheel and pedals.
The DSi's camera is OK for quick snaps but, like the early days of mobile phone cameras, it's quite limited in what it can do. Which leaves a gap in the market for clip-on accessories like Thrustmaster's Studio Kit.
Thrustmaster today unveiled a stand for the DSi and a strap that doubles as a charger for the portable.