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In this Episode we check out the PC version of WRC 2010 by Milestone and Blackbean.
We put it on the "Shibami" and we also show you how to set up a G27 or Logitech wheel with the title.
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In this Episode we check out the PS3 version of F1 2010 by Codemasters.
We don't "Shibami" it but do go in-depth and test it with 7 different wheels and tell you how we set them up in game. We also show you how to set up a buttkicker if you are using an HDMI cable for your video/audio.
Let us show you what "Living the Life" is all about in the F1 2010 career mode and after that we'll tell you how we feel about this new title with pros and cons and by putting it on our "Revs Scale."
Next month we will put all 3 versions of F1 2010 (PC, XBox 360 and PS3) on the "Shibami" and see how it fairs online.
Hope you enjoy the show!
In this Episode we check out Ferrari Virtual Academy to see what its all about.
Then we review the Playseat GT Nascar edition and put it on the "Revs scale".
Last, we head to the Green Hell. We check out Nordschleife for rFactor and put it on Top Simulation Cars of All Time.
In this Episode we are finalizing our coverage of Gamescom 2010 in Cologne, Germany with Andreas Nie.
The show begins with an interview with the creator of the Racestar ConverTTable. It's a coffee table that converts into a sim rig.
Then Andreas meets up Danny Engels of SK Gaming who is a Pro Sim Racer and finds out what it takes to get started as a professional gamer.
Concluding with looking at a full-motion simulator by SimForce Emotions.
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In this Episode we are back in Cologne, Germany for coverage of Gamescom with Andreas Nie.
Andreas meets up with Paul Jeal and Stephen Hood, lead developers of Codemasters' F1 2010. Whatch for a great interview!
Our crew also took a trip the the Toyota Speedway in Irwindale, California to check out LA Racing School. We met up with local sim racers there and got to engage in some friendly head-to-head racing, for a chance to win a 20 lap drive in a Super Late Model.
In this competition, we used iRacing and drove in the Blue Tiger Motion Simulator.
If that's not enough, we also have another segment of Top Simulation Cars of All Time.