Guillemot Force Feedback Racing Wheel Reviews
Product Type: Guillemot game controllers
Newest Review: ... and it also includes an On/Off switch. The plug adapter does tend to get a bit hot, so it's advisable to only plug it in ... more
Customer Guillemot Force Feedback Racing Wheel Reviews (3)
by - written on 14/08/02, updated on 14/08/02 (Very useful, 2918 readings)
Buying a steering wheel is serious business, and that's no joke. I bought a 360 Modena last year (but I'm sure you've already read the review) and it turned out to be a sound investment. However, the time had come to replace and move on; to the next level that is the arena of Force Feedback. There are several contenders for this hole in my periphery. Namely three, the Microsoft Sidewinder, the Logitech Wingman and this Guillemot model. I had tried the Microsoft model at a friend's house and found it quite reasonable, however it's only really as good as the effects in the game (in terms of Force Feedback anyway). I had selected the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/04/01, updated on 16/04/01 (Useful, 468 readings)
As Guillemot's Force Feedback Joystick tapped on the shoulder of Microsofts superb SideWinder, it's Force Feedback wheel is Logitech's wheel Wingman with the same abitious look in it's eyes. The whell comes with weighty pedals, and Guillemot has made no bones about its Ferrari licence by emblazoning the logo across the front of the wheel. Attaching the wheel to your desk is easy thanks to the built-in clamp, and the pedals sit under your feet without slipping or sliding at all. Installation is quick and painless, and it's not long before you're immersed in full-on racing action, enjoying the powerfull 3lb motor within. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/07/00, updated on 25/07/00 (Very useful, 420 readings)
Ok, first things first. The software that is bundled with this software is excellent. You can program all 12 buttons to do whatever you want. However, the wheel is not quite the same calibre. It's not that the wheel is short of options for you to play a game - there's a D-pad, two easy-to-reach shift levers and programmable buttons! Shame neither of the features are that responsive. Also, although the wheel is confortable, you hands slip about during the latter parts of your stage-three rally! The force feedback is responsive enough to keep you jerking along with every move your car makes. The pedals too are very robust. The final feature would ... Read the complete review
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