eXpert says he LIKES 360 Wireless Racing Wheel

Because Kotaku, via YouTube, had set their favorite five-year-old child loose with a Wiimote and a SIXAXIS, it was only fair that the kid cover the Microsoft leg of the Big Three. So they handed the kid a Microsoft Wireless Racing Wheel and asked him his opinion of it. And you now how boys love their toys, right? Especially the ones with wheels that go “Vrrroooom!”

Short version: he likes it. He LIKES it. Better than the Wiimote, when Daddy asks. Better than the SIXAXIS, when Daddy asks. Why? “Because it’s funner.” That’s not a typo.

But the kid’s reviews don’t stop there, though. He also reviews Daddy’s choice of words (“Why’d you have to say ‘alrighty’?”). And we hope when he said “Sucker,” he was referring to the need for working suction cups for the foot pedals, and not… er, something mean of him to say. We’ll go with one of the YouTube commenters on this one: that is one cheeky kid.

Because Kotaku, via YouTube, had set their favorite five-year-old child loose with a Wiimote and a SIXAXIS, it was only fair that the kid cover the Microsoft leg of the Big Three. So they handed the kid a Microsoft Wireless Racing Wheel and asked him his opinion of it. And you now how boys love their toys, right? Especially the ones with wheels that go “Vrrroooom!”

Short version: he likes it. He LIKES it. Better than the Wiimote, when Daddy asks. Better than the SIXAXIS, when Daddy asks. Why? “Because it’s funner.” That’s not a typo.

But the kid’s reviews don’t stop there, though. He also reviews Daddy’s choice of words (“Why’d you have to say ‘alrighty’?”). And we hope when he said “Sucker,” he was referring to the need for working suction cups for the foot pedals, and not… er, something mean of him to say. We’ll go with one of the YouTube commenters on this one: that is one cheeky kid.

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