Gaming is getting more realistic, but graphics are only one part of the equation. There’s more you need to do to bring realism to a game, such as control.
In racing games, that control can be delivered with a specialised controller, specifically a very well built steering wheel and a set of pedals.
Logitech’s G29 is one such gadget, and delivers a dual-motor force feedback system to make the bumps and slips more accurate, while bringing a construction to the controller that makes it feel more like a steering wheel.
Because that’s what racing gamers want: a game that feels less like a game and more like the real thing.
Microsoft Xbox One
It doesn’t quite garner the same level of respect, but Microsoft’s Xbox One is without a doubt still an awesome sauce console, and with the most recent update, it’s even better.
Now the interface gels better with the Windows design, and there’s even a degree of backwards compatibility for your old Xbox 360 games. Sweet.
Microsoft’s Xbox One has a decent controller, and it’s easily our favourite of the bunch, but you can do better, and Microsoft aims to show how.
Revealed earlier in the year, the “Elite” controller delivers a totally customisable controller with extra buttons, switches, and modifiable sensitivities, turning it into a controller that you can totally turn into something of your own.