- 10 High-performance action buttons provide superior control
- Features vibration feedback technology
- Double injected steering wheel with rubber coating is specially designed to provide optimal vibration feedback
- Retractable leg supports put you in the driver?s seat and keep you there
- Vertical vector design means when you throttle up, the pedals won?t take off; Officially licensed for Xbox 360
List Price: $99.99
Xbox 360 Wired Racing Wheel Description
Reviews By Lyndon P. Mccoy : Date June 3, 2006
The MC2 Racing Wheel by Mad Catz for the XBOX 360 does have pedals. I’m not sure what the previous reviewer was playing on. But, you’ll see in the picture that there are pedals. The pedals are removable, so maybe his cousin didn’t have them plugged in. For the price, this wheel is the best on the market. There are better wheels out there, if you’re willing to shell out the cash. But for the price, this one can’t be beat. You will be pleased with this wheel. PGR3 doesn’t allow much customization for the MC2 wheel, such as dead zones and sensitivity. But that’s more the fault of the game and not the wheel. I’m sure future driving/racing games will allow more customization for this wheel. The problem was PGR3 came out before this wheel was on the market. However, it still works well overall. It may take a little getting used to. The quality of the unit is great. It is comfortable with no-slip soft rubber on the wheel. My previous Mad Catz wheel for my 1st gen xbox still works great after years of use. I’m sure I’ll get the same life from this new version. The wheel’s resistance feels natural and the vibration feedback adds to the realism in games. The pedals and shifter work well too. I’ve seen the wheel as cheap as $59.99 in adds. It just can’t be beat.
Reviews By Beanboy : Date October 11, 2011
I just got this wheel today from Best Buy. In fact, I had to drive an hour and 1/2 just to pick it up because we didn’t have one where I live. Anyway, as everyone knows the Microsoft Wireless Wheel for the XBOX 360 is not made anymore so this is pretty much all there is for a ‘reasonable’ price. That being said, here are my observations.
The wheel and base are quite large. I’m a small guy, 5’7 and the base rests heavily on my lap and is about 19″ across. It’s fairly solid and definitely not light weight. I find it bulky and uncomfortable.
Reviews By Hamp : Date April 4, 2007
I’ve had two of these wheels and both had the same problem — the communicator connection was bad. In races on PGR3, I would get complaints about feedback and a bad connection all the time. So I stopped using the communicator when I raced, which hurt the fun of the game. The wheel itself is fine and I actually prefer it to the MS wheel, which was nearly 3 times as expensive. But the communicator problem is serious, and I’ve heard other owners of the Mad Catz wheel complain about the same problem. I haven’t used this wheel in six months and I’m hoping Mad Catz got enough complaints that they finally did something to correct it.