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Saturday, June 26, 2010
"Up on the review block today I've got a beautiful looking game pad controller from Thrustmaster. I normally wouldn't associate the word beautiful with the controller but this one deserves it. It's a Limited Edition Ferrari 430 Scuderia themed controller that is so limited that it's actually numbered. The controller is wireless and it works with both PS3 and PC games. It resembles most other controller out there but Thustmaster added an optical wheel to the pad specifically for driving or racing style games so you can get an edge over your competition. So read on to check it out... "
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Tuesday, February 02, 2010
?Thrustmaster's Dual Action Gamepad Controllers for the PC, the F1 Wireless and the F430 Wired, are inspired by famous Ferrari cars, and offer some stylish aesthetics for PC gamers who want the ability to use gamepad controllers. But what about functionality? Let's find out.?
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Friday, November 13, 2009
"Today I am going to check out one of the hottest looking PS3/PC controllers ever to hit the market called the Ferrari Wireless Gamepad 430 Scuderia Limited Edition. The gamepad is an officially licensed Ferrari product and has programmable buttons. If you are looking for a new game controller that can work for your PC and your PS3 read on for all of the details."
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Monday, April 14, 2008
If you are in the market for a new steering wheel for your PC racing games, odds are you will be looking to either Logitech or Thrustmaster. Five years ago you would have had quite a few choices to pick from, now you are limited to a handful of models from one of two companies. Today Benchmark Reviews will be taking a look at one of those options, the Thrustmaster RGT Force Feedback Pro Clutch Edition. On paper, this new wheel sounds great, but can it deliver when your trying to hold that perfect line through the corners. Let's take a closer look and find out.
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Friday, August 03, 2007
The game controller in your hand can make all the difference, sometimes between liking a game, and loving it, or just for getting the game to do what you intend. Is the controller designed well? Does it slip in your hands? Is it built well? Does it allow customizing of its buttons? Some controllers offer features others don't. Scheduled to be released in September 2007, just in time for the holidays, the Thrustmaster Dual Trigger 3 in 1 Controllers represent their latest with six axis of movement. Benchmark Reviews offers an early review of the 'Rumble Force' version. It offers vibration feedback in addition to full PS2/PS3 and PC compatibility, button/mini-stick/d-pad reprogramming, new-generation mini-sticks, and all in a controller that is comfortable to hold and use.
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Tuesday, May 15, 2007
The Thrustmaster T-charge+ NW is a storage stand for two Wii remotes and Nunchucks that also features a quartet of rechargeable batteries with a charger built into one of the stands. The Wii remote protectors are designed so that you don't have to remove them to access the batteries. A textured finish on the protectors makes gripping the Wii remote easier and more safe during extended play where your hands might get sweaty.
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Thursday, April 26, 2007
Today we are looking at the Thrustmaster Run'N' Drive 3 in 1 gamepad. The 3 in 1 part of the name is thanks to the gamepads ability to be used on PC, PS2 and PS3. The controller has a few interesting additions that you won?t normally find on gamepads that you will love or hate.
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