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and, potentially a crash helmet.

Then you have the Wireless Headset which will cut that dinky cable that connects to your controller for good. That’s $60. Finally, if you want to use any of this junk you’d better get the Wireless Gaming Receiver for $20. Consider it a tariff for using Microsoft’s airwaves.

Microsoft Offers More Ways to Play Games for Windows and Xbox 360 at German Games Convention [Microsoft via Gizmodo]

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