The bracket that clamps it onto the edge of desks and tables worked well in my office, and actually let me get the wheel rather firmly attached, despite the fact that the edges of my desk curve downwards, which makes mounting the Logitech Driving Force Pro nearly impossible. Situating the pedals was not quite so easy.
Making use of rubberized feet instead of plastic teeth, the pedals were not really as deeply entrenched in my rug as I might have liked. Even more annoying was the fact that the wire that runs from the pedals to the back of the wheel is way, way too short. In my application, the wire from the pedals could not be routed up the back of my desk, and thus had to be led forwards towards the seated driver over the front edge of the desk and then to the back of the wheel.
The result was a wire that was constantly taut and in the way of my feet and knees. Race ready. In hand, the Ferrari GT wheel feels alright. The wheel itself is hard plastic, with rubberized plastic on each side of the wheel where a driver would naturally put his or her hands. PS2-configured buttons adorn the front of the wheel, most striking characterized by Ferrari's emblematic yellow and black prancing pony which is also the full extent of the wheel's relationship with the house that Enzo built.
Two paddles for shifting are mounted within easy reach, and are large and comfortable. The pedals are completely constructed of plastic. In game, the wheel took a bit of fiddling with to feel right. Driver installation on the PC was simple enough, and the install includes a configuration utility. Sadly, Thrustmaster's utility does not include any sensitivity controls other than vibration feedback.
This became an immediate problem in TOCA 2 and Pro Race Driver, as a strange effect best described as a large center dead-zone followed by rather overbearing snap reactions befouled my driving. Essentially, even attempts at small corrections to keep the car going in a straight line would result in no-response to a sudden hard turn, making a FF Neon fish-tale like a Ford GT. Adjusting in-game sensitivity settings did a lot to fix this problem, though a relatively noticeable dead-zone remained.
Vibration feedback worked; however, it was a little weak because the wheel does not draw its own power from the wall. The wheel was similarly middle or the road pun intended in GT4 on the PS2. With only degrees of rotation, the Ferrari GT could not quite produce the same immersing experience that the Logitech Driving Force Pro manages in conjunction with GT4, however, for only a third of the price the Thrustmater wheel did its job well.
Its crossover ability between the PS2 and PC adds diversity to its applications, and the vibration feedback is a step above the olden-days-value-wheels, which had no feedback whatsoever. While you may not feel like a Ferrari owner when you get behind the wheel of Thrustmaster's Ferrari GT, you can at least stare at the logo and dream. Presented by Galaxy Racer. Rogue Jam is all about pitting indie developers and their games against one another for a chance to win huge cash prizes and a publishing deal with Rogue Games.
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User manual - Ferrari GT 2-in-1 Rumble Force, PC, English FFD.2, PC, Windows 10 - Windows 7 - Windows 8 Sega Rally - Setup for Racing Wheels PC. Compare prices on Thrustmaster Ferrari GT 2-in-1 Rumble Force (PC/PS2) Gaming Steering Wheels & Pedals. Overall, the Thrustmaster Ferrari GT 2-in-1 Rumble Force Racing Wheel is a value buy. Its crossover ability between the PS2 and PC adds.