Just when we thought PC game controllers might disappear completely, Thrustmaster has extended its line of console-compatible controllers to work with PC systems.
Predictions of the "death of PC gaming" as consoles become more popular may come true a little late thanks to the fact that today's consoles are based on several PC technologies. Converting controllers between platforms has become economical enough for Thrustmaster to include the smaller market.
The resulting range of controllers includes steering wheels, game pads, and joysticks, many with additional features such as force-feedback, wireless connection, and recharge stations.
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