PS3 to get GT Force RX on November 11

Logitech Driving Force Pro

If the PS3’s Sixaxis controller seems a little too confusing to you and you’d prefer to play a racing game just like you did in the good old arcade gaming days, then you’re in luck. Peripheral making legends Logitech have announced that they will be shipping the GT Force RX steering wheel to Japanese retailers in the technological capital of the world on November 11. This precision racing peripheral will be retail for 9,980 yen, which works out to be about $ 84 USD.

How can I call the GT Force RX steering wheel a “precision racing peripheral” without even trying it or in fact, without even seeing it? If you have ever played a racing game before, or were a fan of the Gran Turismo series on PS2 then you have probably heard of Logitech‘s steering wheels; in particular the Driving Force Pro. Logitech’s spinning wheel’s offer the best in precision, rumble, and simulation technology, giving you a life like feel that is unprecedented in relation to other manufacturers. No mention of a US version has hit the press yet, but with the PS3 launch just around the corner, expect a release date soon.

Via IGN

Logitech Driving Force Pro

If the PS3’s Sixaxis controller seems a little too confusing to you and you’d prefer to play a racing game just like you did in the good old arcade gaming days, then you’re in luck. Peripheral making legends Logitech have announced that they will be shipping the GT Force RX steering wheel to Japanese retailers in the technological capital of the world on November 11. This precision racing peripheral will be retail for 9,980 yen, which works out to be about $ 84 USD.

How can I call the GT Force RX steering wheel a “precision racing peripheral” without even trying it or in fact, without even seeing it? If you have ever played a racing game before, or were a fan of the Gran Turismo series on PS2 then you have probably heard of Logitech‘s steering wheels; in particular the Driving Force Pro. Logitech’s spinning wheel’s offer the best in precision, rumble, and simulation technology, giving you a life like feel that is unprecedented in relation to other manufacturers. No mention of a US version has hit the press yet, but with the PS3 launch just around the corner, expect a release date soon.

Via IGN

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