Wii WheelEdit

Wii Wheel
250pxA Wii Wheel with a Wiimote inserted
250pxA Wii Wheel with a Wiimote inserted
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A Wii Wheel accessory comes packaged with Mario Kart Wii and later Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing. A button which triggers the Wii Remote's "B" button protrudes from the back of the Wii Wheel; however, the wheel itself adds no functionality beyond ergonomics. The wheel has a large, encircled Wii logo at the back's middle, although this has no function. The Wii Wheel has a hole on the right side in the back to allow use of the wrist strap while the Wii Remote is attached to the accessory, and to make removing the remote from the wheel easier. The user is also able to use the pointing function of the Wii Remote while it is in the peripheral through a hole on the left. The Wii Wheel can be used for games that share a sideways steering control configuration. The Wii Wheel competes with Microsoft's Xbox 360 Wireless Racing Wheel and Logitech's Driving Force GT as part of the seventh generation of racing wheels. Nintendo announced that the Wii Wheel will be compatible with the Wii U and its upcoming game Mario Kart 8.

A special gold version of the Wii Wheel was given as a Platinum Status Gift to Japanese Club Nintendo Members, and was also available to European Club Nintendo Members for 4000 stars.

One Wii Wheel is packaged with Mario Kart Wii, but more can be bought separately.[1] Excitebots: Trick Racing is also optionally packaged with a Wii Wheel, and F1 2009 comes with a modified version of the Wii wheel, shaped like the wheel used in Formula One cars.Template:-

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