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Official Nintendo Wii Wheel Wii Remote Controller not included
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- Wireless Racing Wheel
- Precision Control
- Adjustable Steering Sensitivity
- Requires a Wii Remote Controller (not included)
- 0.63 Lb.
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But then I actually used, and surprised surprised it was fantastic. It felt natural to use the wheel and the wiimote together. It's comfortable and the response was just seamless. It was especially useful at keeping me from over steering as I wont to do in previous mario kart game. So yes, the wheel is definitely worth it. I don't know how people with different hand sizes feel about the wheel, but it perfectly suited mine.
But lets face it, all it is, is a plastic holder that is shaped like a wheel that your remote snaps into. And thats all there is to this accessory. Its nothing more then a holder shaped like a wheel to house your remote to give you the feeling of using a steering wheel while you play a racing game. So realize that going into the purchase that its just that and nothing more.
At least though the price is right and reasonable for the most part. This is not must get though as all the games this will be for I'm sure will play just fine without it. But it will add a little extra something that the already gimic like remote provides for the Wii. This just takes that remote factor an extra step by giving the illusion and feel of a wireless steering wheel that you can hold anywhere and use to race on a screen far away.
The choice is really yours. If you want to have the feeling of playing a racing game on the Wii with a wheel in your hands, this will work quite well for that. If its not that big a deal to you and you are fine with either a classic controler or the wii remote and nunchuk, then this isn't that important a purchase to make. But I do think this adds something of a element to things that is worth the small one time investment it will be.
Again its just a personal choice. Its just a plastic mold, when push comes to shove. But I think its fun device either way that is a nice addition to the Wii family of accessories.
You can also find this exact wheel at Wal-Mart for about $10.
One critique--and the reason this isn't a five star rating.... The engineers at Nintendo did us all a huge favor by recognizing they needed to accommodate the Wii controller's safety strap--there is a pass through hole made especially for this purpose through the back of the Wheel. BUT, the loose end of the strap is too short to wear at that length, and really too long to tuck in neatly or clip on securely anywhere. So it just flops around while you play, which can be a little distracting. I suppose you could remove the strap from the controller every time, but that would be a huge pain.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Received these today expecting them to be dark green like in the picture. Instead they are very tan looking. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
My kids love them and it really enhances the gaming experience.Published 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
I should have researched this a little more, but I thought the Wii Wheel was required for Mario Kart. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Mother of two girls
I am a Mario Kart Wii Fanatic. I love Mario Kart Wii more than any other console game in existence. It has been my favorite console game for over five years. Read morePublished 24 days ago by technis
Worked great with wii. My kids used it all the time. No problems. Good quality.Published 29 days ago by Jackie
Works as advertised, but takes a little getting used to... for an older person... :-)Published 1 month ago by Me