Use A Steering Wheel To Drive!
If you are a PC racing fan, driving with a keyboard or joystick can be something of a hassle. While special accessories for other kinds of games often turn out to be no more than gimmicks, here it is an obvious essential. It goes without saying that a car needs a steering wheel to be driven, so there's no reason why that shouldn't apply for PC games as well. Games are becoming increasingly sophisticated and their backdrops ever more realistic, so it would be a real pity to be deprived of another way of making them even more true to life, especially when it makes for more precise driving. It's easy enough to see: with a good wheel you make better time! And then there's the matter of cost. You always feel a bit guilty about spending so much money on something that the rest of the family (and you as well, sometimes) sees as a luxury. But if you think about it, a good wheel priced at $60 costs just a little more than a game, so the best idea is to stick to a higher-grade game and invest in a good wheel. No doubt about it.
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