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Thrustmaster HOTAS Warthog Review

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Thrustmaster’s HOTAS Warthog, like the A-10 Thunderbolt II fighter whose controls it replicates, is an intimidating thing to lay eyes on.  With a two-stage trigger, four HATs (one which can be pushed down), and four buttons on the stick, as well as ten switches, 2 HATs (again, one which can...

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Thrustmaster F1 Replica Racing Wheel

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Thrustmaster must have been listening to us when we suggested that someone should convert this replica F1 steering wheel into a gaming peripheral. Yesterday, they announced the Ferrari F1 Wheel Add-On.  This replica, and supposedly to scale wheel is compatible with T500 RS base.  Just remove your old wheel, and...

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Thrustmaster T500RS Stuns, Shocks, Wrestles To Death

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My first experience driving was when I was seven. It was in a remote parking lot in Northridge, where my father, brother and I would go to play roller hockey on the weekends. We coaxed dad into letting us drive the mini van, a Toyota Previa. My year-and-a-month older brother...

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Thrustmaster HOTAS WARTHOG Replica Gaming Joystick

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Okay, you’ve plunked down some serious cash on a top gaming machine, monitor and flight sim software.  But your mission isn’t complete until you’ve got your hands on an appropriate joystick. Enter the HOTAS WARTHOG, a full replica of the joystick, dual throttle system and dual throttle control panel of...

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Thrustmaster Limited Edition Ferrari PS3/PC Gamepad Review

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I’ve never been one to stray off the path of the proprietary console controller, but recently I had the opportunity to test out the Thrustmaster Limited Edition Ferrari PS3/PC Gamepad.  While I enjoyed a couple key aspects of this gamepad, I think PC gamers will have a better time with...

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DSi Studio Kit Adds Flash To Your DSi

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Want a flash for your DSi?  Then be prepared to be emasculated because Thrustmaster’s Studio Kit is anything but manly. In the package they’ve included a snap on flash, a not so attractive shiny bag, in addition to a macro and telephoto lens.  And if you want to ‘add a...