Reviews and Problems with Logitech Speed Force Wireless
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Jason Mayer, Amazon
27 August 2011
Summary: I love this wheel. It is very durable, has force feedback, but the only thing is it only workes with a few games. Because of this it only gets 3 stars. I use it with Need For Speed: Undercover. If you have this game then the wheel is very worth it! Otherwise you may want to consider another product for the wii or get Need For Speed: Undercover.
Summary: I wish there was a list of games that the wheel worked with, then I would have found out that there is only one, and one on the way. Waiting for more compatible games because the wheel works great and is super-fun to use. Just waiting for NASCAR 2011 to be released so I can use it on the tracks.
Summary: I bought this at a great price so no big deal if some games did not work. It works for sure with Dirt 2. It does NOT work with Indy 500 or Need For Speed Nitro. It should work with newer releases since the introduction of this wheel, for instance the new Nascar Racing game soon to be released. The Logitech sites do not post up to date info on game compatibility. I sets up easy enough.
Summary: When it has came down to great thrills of the chase (racing games,) there just haven't been that many that have shown to be definitive for the Nintendo Wii, but few and far between like Mario Kart Wii, and Excite Bots: Trick Racing. But nevertheless, the innovation remains to be the most important thing when it comes down to also having a great game. But there always can be an accessory that doesn't do the trick.
Very nice but only seems to work with certain games
Alan M. "hvyfuel", Amazon
30 December 2010
Summary: Boutght NFS Nitro and NFS Underground with this wheel. It only works with NFS underground. Wheel instructions say that an update for the wii may allow it to be used with more games. I do not have network connection for the wii so I cannot say if that fixes it or not for use with other games. for use with NFS Underground set up was easy (just plug USB receiver into wii and wheel into wall socket). The wheel's forced feedback adds dramatic realism to the gaming experience.