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Interview: Talking sound and steering with MadCatz

2:00 PM on 06.15.2011

First off, let me apologise for the length of this video; it is an epic twenty minutes long and at no point during recording did I want to cut it short. Anyone who has seen my videos with Alex from MadCatz will know how awesome he is to interview and how much I love interviewing him; he is pure showmanship.

Aside from the length of this interview, Alex and myself take a look at the new Tritton Headsets -- due out autumn 2011 -- which are the very first wireless headset for the Xbox 360 to have the proprietary technology that until this point Microsoft held exclusively.

Following this, we have a little something for the racing fans as Alex runs us though the new force feedback wheel -- ideal for DiRT 3 fans or those looking forward to Forza 4.


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