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Sony Reveals PlayStation Move Racing Wheel at E3 2012


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143w ago - Sony Senior Manager Anand Agarwal of Brand Marketing has officially revealed the PlayStation Move Racing Wheel at E3 2012 today with details below!

To quote: Hey PlayStation fans, we hope you're excited about all of the latest news and updates we unveiled just moments ago.

We're always striving to create new ways for you to enhance your PS3 gaming experiences and this year is no different as in addition to the news that we shared with you today at the press conference we would like to officially announce the availability of the all new PlayStation Move Racing Wheel, a brand new peripheral for PS3.

The all new PlayStation Move Racing Wheel transforms your PlayStation Move motion controller into the ultimate racing experience, supporting any vehicle you choose to drive.

Highlighted features include:

• Precise motion tracking for responsive handling of your vehicle
• An innovative folding grip design will allow you to switch between racing a sports bike to a high-octane supercar
• Feel the intense vibration feedback of your vehicle as you trade paint with the competition
• Experience realistic gameplay action using the race car paddle shifters and motorcycle twist throttle controls

Available this fall for $39.99 (MSRP), the PlayStation Move Racing Wheel will support upcoming racing games like Little Big Planet Karting, in addition to PS3 racing favorites like Gran Turismo 5, Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, BurnOut Paradise, MotorStorm Apocalypse, and more.

Stay tuned for more details on PlayStation Move and the PlayStation Move Racing Wheel right here.

Sony Reveals PlayStation Move Racing Wheel at E3 2012

Sony Reveals PlayStation Move Racing Wheel at E3 2012

Sony Reveals PlayStation Move Racing Wheel at E3 2012

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#9 - rukus5343 - 143w ago
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sweet!!

#8 - aamir007 - 143w ago
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Now that is crazy looking, tempted to actually think of buying it purely for NFS: Hot Pursuit.

#7 - NTA - 143w ago
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What about that Little Big Planet Spinoff game? I would've tried it's only for PS Move thingie I think

#6 - Transient - 143w ago
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Quote Originally Posted by elser1 View Post
imo move pretty much sucks and i'm annoyed at myself for wasting money buying it and the sharpshooter and all the other crap. i'd say get a wii if you wanna play that sort of thing..

Agreed. They don't even have any decent Move games, save for 1 or 2, and they want people to buy additional accessories now? Not a chance.

#5 - BlastB - 143w ago
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facepalm aaaahhhh haaahaaaa

#4 - Prince Valiant - 143w ago
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Quote Originally Posted by HeyManHRU View Post
TBH, that looks embarrassing. Much better to buy an actual racing wheel imo.

I don't think it's even comparable to a real racing wheel.

#3 - elser1 - 143w ago
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imo move pretty much sucks and i'm annoyed at myself for wasting money buying it and the sharpshooter and all the other crap. i'd say get a wii if you wanna play that sort of thing..

#2 - smokyyuwe - 143w ago
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Agreed. It's like they decided to make the Banana wider then add a circle in the middle.

#1 - HeyManHRU - 143w ago
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TBH, that looks embarrassing. Much better to buy an actual racing wheel imo.

 

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