Our review of the Simvibe Experience. This show has a detailed review of this piece of software that will control transducers directly from outputs of your favorite sim. This means your buttkicker, aura shakers or any other tactile feedback devise will actually be game controlled. The software will control up to 8 different devices. We play with the software, tell you a little bit about how to set it up, and then let you know how it really works while driving. We finish up with the pros, the cons and then give it a final score.
Presenting our review of the Obutto Revolution.
You may remember our review of the OZone by Obutto. Now we have our hands on their top end model, the Revolution. See what Darin and Shaun have to say about the new R3VOLTION by Obutto.
Presenting our review of the GO GO Rocking chair by OMGIGHO. It's the rocker by day and then converts into a sim racing rig by night.
In this review, Shaun Cole got to sit down with Colin James the inventor of the GO GO and discuss how he came up with the idea. He also sits down with Colins business partner Marc Heberly to discuss logistics.
Finally Darin Gangi and Shaun review the GO GO and put it on the "REVS" or scoring scale and tell you the Pros and Cons of this new invention for us sim racers.
Our review of the RS Formula sim racing chassis. This is the latest creation by RSeat and is a move in a completley new direction. This rig has featured never before seen in a racing rig. It also comes in at a price point a little higher then you might expect. Will this premium rig hold up to the rigors of Darin and Shaun? We put this incredible rig through some vigorous testing and let you know how it holds up. When we are done you will know the pros, the cons and our final score.
Our review of the GT Omega Evo Racing rig. In this detailed review Darin and Shaun go over the good and bad features of this new rig on the market. With this being a new rig from GT Omega they also compare it to the GT Omega Pro rig that came before it. In this video you will see the rigs construction, how it goes together and its versatility. Then we will go over the pros and cons and finish with giving it a final score.
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