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Logitech - G29 Driving Force Racing Wheel for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 - Black-Front_Standard

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Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 441 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Good successor to the G27

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    Ntac67
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    TL/DR - If you have a PS4+PC and have been thinking of delving into the sim racing world with a wheel and nice pedals, buy the G29 for under $300 - when you see it for $213, jump on it. You cannot go wrong, and Logitech's G-series wheels are a proven design that last for many years. For those who want to read with a cup of coffee.... So much has been said here already that I will only add my opinion of the G29 and use solely on the PS4. First, I have owned a G27 with modified brake pedal since 2010 for both the PC and PS3's Gran Tourismo 5 release. Second, when the PS4 came out, I had to buy another wheel and Logitech didn't have the G29 yet. So I bought the Thrustmaster T300 and an after market adapter so my G27 pedals would work with it. Now to compare this to both the former G27 and T300 (I also own a T150 as a backup wheel). Logitech seems to have tamed down the gear grind and jerkiness that was predominant in the G27. [Side note: many G27 owners reported failures in the wheel not holding center over time, and it happened to me. But it was a simple failure: one of the motor mounts would shake loose and disconnect. A quick application of thread lock and screwing the motor back to the mount and it was as good as new.] The G29's PS4 button layout makes up for a lot of the loss of button assignments of the optional side gear shifter that the G27's shifter had - which by the way will still work with the G29 for shifting but you cannot map its buttons with the PS4 or PC. The connections are all still the same into the G29 with the G27 pedals and shifter. Now for comparison of the T300, it's still a superior wheel being pure belt driven. Butter smooth and less knee-jerk reactionary in feedback - like a real car feel. It also has a larger rim which is less toy like and you can swap out wheel rims with an F1 wheel for example. However, the T300 has a high failure rate over time (a friend's just tanked last weekend after two years of moderately high use). It also comes with useless pedals so you have to spend another $150 for a decent set of pedals for them equal to what Logitech offers. Also the T300 is not PS4 specific regarding command buttons and the PS4 controller layout feel of buttons. Finally, I am not a fan of the motor cooling fans on the T300 which the T150 also has. It's just another component that can fail. If the G25-27-29 don't need them with two massive brushed motors, why does the T300/150 need cooling fans which can run long after the PC or PS4 is shut down (with power still connected)? I bought this G29 when the price dropped to $213 solely as a PS4 wheel to swap between my PC games which I use with the T300. I have not taken the pedals out and checked them because I am so used to my modified G27 pedals that work on both wheels. I'll take other reviewer's words that Logitech screwed up the brake pedal. However, so far, after testing on Assetto Corsa, Project Cars 2, F1 2016, DiRT 4, and DiRT Rally 2.0, I am highly impressed and didn't realize how much I missed the wheel shift lights. It is nowhere near as jerky as the G27 and closer to the smoothness (and quietness) of the T300. Also, the dead zone many have complained about can be tamed with enough in-game settings. I got it minimized with settings in PCars 2, and Assetto Corsa. I never experienced it in F1, DiRT 4, or DiRT Rally 2.0 - all of which are made by Codemaster so there's that to consider. This wheel is not worth the original $350-$400 but under $300, where the original G27 sat, this is a true best buy (keep in mind however the G27 came with the side shifter which now costs $60 extra). If you've never bought a wheel and pedal set before, then chances are you wouldn't be bothered with the brake pedal that long term G27 users are complaining about. Caveats to the PS4 use: unlike the T300/T150, you cannot change the wheel rotation on its own with the PS4. It's hit or miss on success changing it with game settings. On the PC of course you can do it in Logitech's game profiler software - but that does not carry over to the PS4 in setting. In DiRT Rally 2.0 for example, you turn go into wheel settings, turn on Soft Lock, and then drop Saturation from 100%. So if you cut saturation to 60% with soft lock on, wheel rotation in that game drops to 540 (900 x .60) which is perfect for rally and GT series racing. You can work the math accordingly to tailor your own preference for wheel rotation in that game.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Decent Wheel and Pedal but with Issues

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    candacea12
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    The Logitech G29 is a very slight upgrade from the G27 and G25 when it comes to the wheel, base and pedals. The one thing that the G29 does not include that the older versions did is a shifter, this is a separate purchase option for an addition $60. This is a decent wheel setup for a new or average sim racer. The leather is real, the buttons layout is great for the PS4 version and it all feels good and easy to navigate. The pedals are solid in there construction and feel responsive (with the exception of the brake to a degree), they also have a nice feature that grabs carpet to keep them in place. The wheel is very easy to mount and dismount from a desk, using 2 simple clamps it mounts sturdy and it is fairly light. It has good strong force feedback and the input via USB has no latency issues. The Profiler software is simple to use for setup and key mapping. The G29 force feedback uses the same gear driven system that has been used in Logitech wheels all the way back to the Wingman Formula Force wheels (2000). The G29 force feedback is slightly upgraded using 2 motors with a master motor and one as a slave motor. However the wheel still suffers from that grindy gear and ball-bearing feeling. Sometimes when the wheel has no force input being detected and turning the wheel it will feel very bumpy/grindy. This comes and goes, sometimes just jerking the wheel right to left will clear it up...of course that won't work is some situations like racing so having to live with it for awhile is annoying and dampens the actual force feedback feeling. There is also a very annoying dead zone when the wheel is centered. Force feedback on or off it doesn't matter, this is an issue with the design of the wheel. Another design issue is the brake pedal, Logitech added a rubber stopper inside the brake spring to simulate a load cell and all it reall does is make the pedal stiff and not very accurate at certain pressures. Both of these issues can be "fixed" by opening up the wheel base and pedal base but it will void any warantee (Logitech and Best Buy) you have. If you don't mind a rougher feeling force feedback then this wheel will be fine. However if you are looking for a smoother feeling this wheel will be a disappointment. I also own a Fanatec CSL PS4 wheel and base and the difference is night and day (so is the cost). There is also the Thrustmaster T300 that is belt driven. This wheel and pedal set is good and will perform well. I do think the wheel is only made so-so quality, it could be a lot better. For the retail price of $400 I would say no as there are better options out there. For under $250 it's a good deal. I hope Logitech moves to the belt driven system with their next wheel, or at least make it an option with belt or gear driven options.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent racing wheel

    Posted
    trlwnc
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    I waited for for almost 10 years to decide that I wanted a racing wheel. When I looked at the options, I could really only afford one of the options. I simply can't afford $800.00. So, I saw reviews on of the wheels available. I could have bought a cheaper wheel, but the T80 was an absolutely worthless pile of nothing, and the T150 didn't inspire me that it was the best choice. I decided to not go for a $500 or more wheel that probably couldn't connect to the PS4. All of these decisions boiled down to two options. The T300 or the G29. I looked at the reviews, and I looked at the companies. It came down to this: The T300 is new, unproven, and has a LOT of major problems. But the G29, while based on a 10 year old blueprint, is proven, reliable, and made by a (mostly) good company. So, I saved up and bought it. I am not the most active in racing right now, but I have put some time in on it. It is much more powerful and much more accurate than my DFGT. The increase in data points has also created an increase in smoothness. It's really quite nice! I mounted it on my wheel stand that I built a few years ago. It's very, very simple. I bought a 6 foot 2 X 6, a 6 foot 2 X 4, and a 6 foot 1.25 X 6. I cut them into 24 inch sections, I put the 3 2 X 6 sections as the base, and screwed them together. I put two of the 2 X 4 sections as uprights, then put the 1.25 X 6 section on top to lock the wheel onto. The extra pieces were used to add triangulation bracing. One important thing was to keep the cord coming out of the pedals from smashing up against the back of the stand. I put some triangulation at the end to keep the pedals away from the back. The one thing I did not do was tie the chair into the frame. This allows the stand to move away when I am getting excited. But, it is compact enough I can easily store it out of the way, which keeps the others in my house happy (er) ;) Enjoy!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Limited in Functionality

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    sharpeye14
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    The Logitech - G29 Driving Force Racing Wheel for the PlayStation 4 looks very appealing and boast some nice features but its usefulness is severely limited for the current racing titles. I bought this with hopes of playing a few of the racing titles (NFS & Drive club primarily) for the PS4. I was disappointed in several features of the hardware: 1. USB cable must be connected to the console - the cord is short. You could leverage a USB cable extender. But that shouldn't be required. In my opinion, this should be wireless (IR or Bluetooth). 2. The standard PS4 controller buttons on the wheel do not always function as they should (XO∆ 'Option', etc.) e.g. when you insert NFS and attempt to operate the console or navigate the menus of the game using the wheel, you get no response from the directional buttons, nor any other input buttons except for the PS button to return to the Home Screen of the console. 3. There is no list of compatibility regarding current game titles. 4. The mounting brackets on the bottom of the steering wheel have limited range. I could not mount it to a desk that is approx. ~ 2" thick. It was just maybe 2/3 of an inch too thick. There are several positives to this accessory, however they do not outweigh the caveats in my opinion. Especially for the price point of this device. I did get it on sale which saved some money, but it is still too expensive for the limitations. This device should cost no more than $100 dollars, max. Not $300. The only game I was able to fully operate with this accessory was Drive Club. It's useless for Drive Club Bikes, but the standard car simulator works great. The wheel and pedals (Accelerator, Brake, & Clutch) and very responsive. The paddle-shifters are a nice touch too, and are also very responsive. Really puts you in the drivers seat. You can use the clutch to initiate drifts (as you could in a real vehicle) and gear up or down, which is a nice feature. Turning with the wheel, while very responsive, can feel a bit stiff at higher speeds when entering a corner. At first I thought it could have been just me, but my friends and kids thought the same thing when they played as well. In summary, the Logitech - G29 Driving Force Racing Wheel for PlayStation 4 has the potential to be a very nice accessory for the PS4 console if the vendor corrects the problems and updates the compatible titles. It is a bit pricey for it to only fully work with one game.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    worth it ... on sale

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    single
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    I jumped on a $199 sale as I couldn't bring myself to pay $400 for something I'd play maybe once a week. I was a little bummed because it was supposed to come with the 6spd shifter as well for $199. No matter, at half off it's not a big deal to not get the $60 shifter. It's mostly plastic, but it's nice and solid. I didn't build a race rig yet, so I had to place the pedals on the carpet. There's a flip bar just underneath the pedals and helps it stay in the carpet real well. If it's going to be mounted on a flat surface, just flip it back in. Steering seems fine for the time being. The "leather" on the wheel feels nice as well. There's a tiny spot on the wheel where my thumb seems to rub a little awkwardly, but I usually use my racing gloves so I don't feel it. Buttons are solid. I still have no idea what to do with the spinning red wheel on the right, but that's no big deal. It just looks cool HAHA Wheel is a bit noisy as expected from a belt driven system. My wife knows when I'm approaching the S turn from the other room. Bunch of vibration and turning of the wheel can be heard. This will all eventually be downstairs in the game room, so that won' matter much either. If you won't have a race rig or playseat, you'll definitely want a sturdy table to mount this on. It's currently mounted on an 1"x45"x45" thick solid wood table. The mounts work fine, but on heavy turns I find myself lifting the table at times. A proper playseat or race rig should solve that problem. I assume a wide desk would work as well. I'd just use caution if your desk is made of pressed wood. I've seen pictures where the wheel just yanks right off leaving what looks like a huge bite mark on the edge of the desk. The wheel is definitely worth the $200 I paid for it. The wheel goes on sale at least once a year. If the regular price of $400 is to much, just wait it out.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing realism!

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    LSNerd
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    Not being a gamer I wasn't sure what to get but I figured if I'm going to do it I was going to get a good wheel and pedals. Wow did this exceed my expectations. I've been using it with Grand Turismo and the VR headset and the level of immersion is almost unexplainable. The wheel has active feedback so when you hit rumble strips or start spinning you feel it in the wheel! It is a very solid product! The pedals connect to the wheel and the wheel connects to the game console. There is the option to connect the gear shifter to the steering wheel but I've opted to use the paddle shifters on the wheel. The paddles are metal and have a nice feel. The wheel can mount to a table via the built in clamps. I have opted to get a stand designed for the wheel and pedals to mount to. There are a number of adjustments that can be made from the wheel depending on which driving game you're using. One cool feature I didn't notice until recently was the built in LED shift lights that do give a accurate timing of when to shift. Overall this was a great addition if you like driving/racing games.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Good experience overall.

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    Greengo
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    The good: For being my first wheel with forcefeedback and the product being considered on the lower tier for a sim racing experience I was pleasantly suprised. Its stronger than I thought it was going to be and looks great on the desk. I wanted a wheel that would play ps3/ps4 and PC and so far no problems on any system sans the Ps3 because the wheel is newer, I had to tell a couple games it was the g27/wheel from logitechs last generation. An understandable issue so no complaint there. Just some buttons wont work with older games as they are not mapped. Set the wheel to PS4 when using on the PC. The led's work fine on most games. I dont look at them much anyway so when they dont I dont notice. With a few adjustments in my games i can get a consistant feel and control. Feels great in hands and was a great replacement for thrustmaster t80 wheel. Will however be upgrading once i get my monies worth out of purchase. The Bad: The price. I bought it because it was in the store and after only minor research. Had a coupon which helped, but have been learning more about other wheels and consider this to be a 300$ purchase. Not 400$+ after tax. The clacking. Not having experienced other force feedback wheels I dont know if its common. But going over brake markers is quite loud. And im concerned but cant confirm that it might wear on the internal gears over time. Been using for two months now.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Nice Upgrade from G27

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    Gmoney
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    I have a Logitech G27 wheel and pedals but the shifter finally gave out. I picked up the shifter for the G29 setup and it worked fine for some games but not others on PS3. I loved the G27 and only paid $24.99 at Goodwill but it got me hooked on using a nice racing wheel/pedal setup! Best Buy price matched Amazon since both the wheel/pedals and shifter were cheaper on Amazon. I'm still using the G27 pedals with the G29 wheel but I think that's because I was used to the feel of the G27. Everything works great and I do prefer the buttons all being on the wheel instead of the shifter like the G27. I would recommend it, especially at just over $200. Oh and since I'm frugal I also use a Rigid Flip Top work support bench I got for $30 at Home Depot to put the wheel and shifter on. I just had to cut off the bottom of the middle support! I have also used this wheel on the Xbox 1 to play Forza Horizon and besides the rpm lights not being supported it plays perfectly with the CronusMax Drivehub.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great wheel , but can they all get along?

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    Deviousjames29
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    So after doing extensive reading on buyers Reviews and major company Previews on different wheels for the PS4 , I decided on the G29 logitech racing wheel I decided to buy it even at its highest price of $300 and change. Excited to play the racing games on my PS4 Pro, Gran Turismo was the main reason I wanted the wheel, , . The game was a decent game in the series great for this wheel, GTS is Ok..... other games not so much, Sony gave most of the rights to Thrustmaster designers for their wheels, and games, I was disappointed to find out that most my games are compatible with the G 29. And I think my biggest problem with the wheel, is the price I paid the fact that I had just bought the new Xbox X and I have to buy a whole new wheel just to enjoy Forza, wallet Breaker . Great wheel other than the non ability of cross platform setup. The wheel and pedals themselves are extremely well built and I hope they can just get MORE compatible games . I do own a VR and with this wheel in VR mode is pretty intense 7.8/10 Just do your research

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    The immersion is incredible!

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    Tech78
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    The process of using this steering wheel is as easy as plug it in, turn on the PS4, it will start turning going through it's calibration, and start your engines because you're ready to race! It's that easy, it is a true plug and play accessory. I've only used it so far playing "Gran Turismo Sport", and the force feedback is incredible, it does feel like you're really driving (especially in VR). It's amazing how far the technology has come from using a joystick with one button playing Atari's Drag Racing, to using this realistic steering wheel and feeling every bump in the road. If you are looking for a steering wheel then I highly recommend you picking up this one, you won't be disappointed.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great wheel for any level

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    maddog2015
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    Easy to hook up very easy to use, it's a very realistic wheel that is force feedback and pressurized pedals, I recommend this Logitech G29 to anyone. I bought this on a pre Black Friday sale. I was supposed to get stuff for project cars 2 and a add-on shifter for for the Logitech G29 force-feedback wheel well I didn't get the stuff for project cars 2 like I was supposed to and the shifter! It's sold out they said so I got a rain check they told me at the store that they may not even get any in! I was told to call Best Buy headquarters and talk to them about the shifter and the project cars 2 stuff and they were so rude I've never had anyone so rude to me ever before and then they transferred me to a lady about the project cars 2 downloads and she said it takes up to 24 hours well it's been past 24 hours and I haven't received anything in my email yet! Like I said I recommend the Logitech G29 force-feedback wheel but I don't know about buying it from Best Buy after the way they treated me and I didn't get the stuff that I was supposed to get when I bought the wheel.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Much better that the controller

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    HSPITO
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    If you want to get more immerse in you racing game this is a good way to start. I bought Gran Turismo VR for Christmas. Then I saw this on sale and decided to go all the way and buy the Steering wheel. I had the Logitech G27 with the PS3 but that steering wheel was not compatible with the PS4. For years I missed playing racing games with the steering wheel but I finally full the trigger and bought the G29. The feedback you get with this is amazing, you will have much better control of your car and a much better experience overall. I went crazy and built a cockpit to roll in front of the TV whenever I’m going to play a racing game.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A durable wheel for pro sim racers

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    TomSyntex
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    I ultimately chose this over the Thrustmaster T300 due to reliability concerns, and it works well so far after one month with the PS3 and Gran Turismo 6. Force feedback is not that strong, but it's smoother and MUCH quieter than the Driving Force GT. The LED shift indicator lights do not work with the PS3 games I tried (GT6, F1 2012, and DiRT 3), and neither do any stick shifter attachments, but it does have support for both PS4 and PC. Pedals are high in quality but the brake pedal is VERY stiff and requires quite a bit of foot force to push it down for full braking power. I also think the "Options" and "Share" buttons could be better placed as I occasionally hit the PS button on accident instead of the "option" button when trying to pause a race. Despite these minor issues, this is still a really good wheel for those who want to ready themselves for a PS4 OR currently have a PS4.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Defective right out of the box

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    VideoSecurity
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    Based on other comments, Logitech's quality control is in serious trouble. I purchased the Logitech G29 to enjoy Project Cars and the upcoming version of Gran Turismo on my PS4. I own two earlier versions of Logitech wheels for my PS3 and they worked well--while they worked. I had one die on me, and I"m not a diehard game player, so the dead wheel setup did not get beaten to death. This G29 never worked. I connected the wheel console, the pedal platform, and the power supply, plugged in the power supply to the wall and connected the USB cable to my PS4 console. As I expected, the wheel went through the calibration spins, then returned to center. However when prompted to press the PS button on the controller, presses on the G29's PS button went unrecognized. I tried multiple times, including unplugging and reconnecting the USB cable, and even completely rebooted my PS4, all without resolution. Sorry, but this one's going back to the store, and it will likely be a long time, if ever again, that I buy another Logitech wheel kit.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great Wheel but Requires Some Adjustments

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    Thorstone
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    This is a solidly built wheel. I've been using it on my PS4 with Dirt {4, Rally} and Need for Speed {Payback, Rivals}. For the most part, works as expected. The USB cable for the PS4 is also a little short, so I use an extension cable. I had to adjust the force feedback calibrations for Dirt Rally. The brake pedal requires a lot of force to get to 100%, but if you push too hard, the pedals may start to slide across the floor. These are solvable problems, but it requires some adjusting to.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Love it!! After adjusting settings

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    Ch692115
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    So out of the box and with no setting changes the wheel and pedals for gran turismo I was underwhelmed. You really have to go into settings and adjust the force feedback settings and brake and pedal and steering settings to your liking for the wheel to feel right. Making all the force feedback maximum doesn’t allow you to feel the nuances of when you have oversteer or bumping other cars or rumble strips. Try out different settings until it feels right. People have complained about the brake pedal and gas pedal not able to get full brake or full throttle unless you smash down the pedals but so far I have not found a need to get full braking in game. Some people have gone so far as to remove the resistance stopper of the brake pedal. I have not used this in comparison to other brands like Thrustmaster or Fanatec but I like this Logitech so far.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Best value and reliability of low end wheels

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    GreenT
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    I originally purchased this in November 2017 when Gran Turismo Sport came out along with the 2 year Black Tie protection plan on sale for 279.00 and it came with the shifter for free. I did my research for about 6 months prior comparing all of the affordable lower end wheels and came to the conclusion that this was the one to get, and I’m glad I did. The quality of the leather and overall sturdy feel of this wheel is very good. I have since moved on to a Fanatec setup but do miss the ease of being able to simply plug and play that the g29 gave me. I highly recommend it over the thrustmaster 150.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Real race car experience

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    Bobby
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    This is an awesome must buy! We found at the beginner settings in gran tourismo the wheel gives feedback to keep you from oversteering and spinning out car but when on higher settings there’s no feedback but you can spin out easier. Our 10 yr old did not like fighting the wheel and could drive in higher setting just fine without spinning out. If the wheel is fighting you turning just change setting in the game to more advanced that allows you r]to turn feedback off. We love this wheel our son believes he will be able to drive a car with little training because of this authentic wheel pedal combo. Now we want the chair that goes along with it!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great 1st Racing Wheel

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    RonH
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    This is my first racing wheel, which I have always wanted one and I really enjoy it. I wish the wheel was bigger though as it kind of feels like just a toy and not so much like a regular car steering wheel, which I was expecting, but it works enough to immerse me in Gran Turismo Sport. The three pedals work and feel great to me, however. Both the wheel and the pedals and are very responsive too. One problem that I have with it is that you can feel and hear the gear inside the wheel clank when in use, but it doesn't take away from my experience playing really, as someone who plays GT Sport more so casually rather than competitively. Also, I constantly hit the PS button when I'm trying pause the game because they are in such close proximity, which can get annoying.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Great Wheel when on sale

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    pberry5682
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    I don't think paying the full $300 for this wheel without a shifter is worth it, I was able to get it on black Friday for $200 and would say for that price and the ability to use it on PS3/PS4 and PC is worth the price. I use it on my PS4 and PC and it's easily plug and play with no issues. It doesn't seem like many games support the "light up" RPM gauge on the top of the steering wheel! Coming from using a G25 for a long time, the wheel and setup is pretty familiar; however, the big difference is stiffness of the break pedal. There is hardly any travel at all in the break pedal and makes breaking difficult, I know there are ways to take a part the pedals and remove the stop in there, but seems like something that shouldn't have to be done!

    I would recommend this to a friend