Thrustmaster VG Ferrari
The 458 Spider is ideal for playing racing games in the living room if you don’t want to invest in a gaming steering wheel mount. You almost need to have such a mount if you’re using a wheel with force feedback. While there are positives to not having force-feedback motors, there are also downsides. You don’t get any feedback from your favorite racing games, which hurts immersion and enjoyment.



While you’re racing, you can rotate the 458 Spider 240 degrees, which isn’t a large amount. Still, it’s better than the 180 degrees that some wheels allow. What this means is that you can rotate the wheel two-thirds of the way to the right and left, instead of only halfway. With such a small turn radius, small movements on the wheel translate into large movements in the game. This is great for courses that are fairly straight, but bad for courses that need fine control.

You won’t find a clutch in the pedal set, but at this price point, it’s good to see a pedal set at all. There’s nothing quite as immersing as slamming the gas and feathering the brake pedal during a heated race. The 458 Spider’s pedals aren’t the best you can find, but they serve their purpose well enough.
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