I didn’t let frustration get the best of me. I was swerving all over the place, couldn’t make a simple turn for crap, etc. Hopefully the wheel performs well with it. Setting up the wheel was very simple, albeit excessive on the wires. You need to plug this into the wall, as well as to the console. With a hand full of racing games now available for the Xbox , it’s no surprise that gamers are ready for their first taste of racing in style. The steering wheel holds all the traditional Xbox buttons, including the Xbox Guide button.

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While we are starting to see more and more racing wheels that are lap friendly meaning they are developed to actually rest the steering wheel in your dgivefxLogitech releases a brand new wheel without such support.

Logitech DriveFX Racing Wheel Review by TeamXbox – Tech Journey

Maybe this is because I’ve been driving standard for about 7 years There is also a little black button you can press to change the sensitivity of the wheel.

After finding a match with closely matched Tru-Skill competitors, I was off to my first drkvefx in full racing wheel fashion. Unpacking the racing wheel from the box was much more simple than thrashing apart Logitech’s Harmony Remote which I covered in a previous review.

This is very important for the sole purpose of living room use. I think that is the least sensitive but my memory isn’t too great. There’s not much more I can say, it’s just a blast to play.


Because of the PC like connectivity, I was thinking that upon boot eacing the Xbox dashboard that I will get some form of message that the system has detected my newly attached hardware. History Of The Xbox.

I haven’t had a chance to play with the MS wheel so I can’t compare the two. Drifting is insanely fun. Instant response when accelerating and braking. The wheel would provide back shifting feedback at the same time it provides feedback that your tires are riding along the whedl of the track.

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On the back of the wheel you will find placement for your Microsoft Xbox Live Headset. Logitech built in a sensitivity feature. Upon reconnection of the DriveFX wheel, the echo returned. With the coming next-gen console wars, the has a clear advantage it was here first and thus has a head-start and software and hardware developers have had a chance to create some very nifty peripherals for it.

Some consumers may be turned off by the number of wires power, serial, usbwhile others might find the steering to limited.

Logitech DriveFX Racing Wheel

The wheel is able to determine which type of feedback to give, and when. The paddle shifters helped me move from being the traditional Automatic driver to a Manual driver.

After popping in Project Gotham Racing 3, I entered the controller setup screen. The time now is Setting up the wheel was very simple, albeit excessive on the wires. Console racing games have long been considered with good reason to be overly simplistic, or ignoring Newtonian physics completely so as to allow the racer to KISS Keep It Shiny, Stupid. Upon closer look, I found a black button whewl the steering wheel that wasn’t labeled.


Very responsive and natural. A note on the “force feedback”, I’m sure if racibg reading this you know that this wheel doesn’t have true force feedback.

Racing wheels have been around for quite sometime on the PC. The rubber-coated wheel is approximately 10 inches in diameter and allows you to firmly grip at the 10 and crivefx positions. Again, the force feedback feels like something you’d find in an arcade. Outrun Arcade is incredibly fun with it; it’s just like I’m in the arcades. Both gas and brake pedals feel very springy and tight.

Finally, open up another socket on your wall for the included power supply. The 10 foot whel here is literally just that. Possibly a reset button? With the advent of the Microsoft Xboxthere now exists a console with the number-crunching ability to match pixels with even the stoutest of PCs.