Bij de Techgrounds hebben ze een review gemaakt van WingMan Force Feedback Mouse! Ze vinden dat de mouse prima werkt in games waarin muis force feedback wordt ondersteund en waar het goed ge´mplementeerd is :
For a while I have been a big fan of force feedback joysticks and steering wheels. They help to give games another dimension and provide the player with a more immersing experience. Logitech, one of the leaders in controller devices has recently released Wingman Force Feedback Mouse. I was really anxious to try this product.
[...] Next on my test list was Soldier of Fortune, one title from a pretty solid list of games that natively support force feedback mice. I was really impressed by how much force feedback added to the feel of the game. Each firing of a shotgun, slashing of the knife or my favorite, the machine gun are all accompanied by a satisfying kick-back. The Wingman mouse manager software permits using the mouse in games that donĺt natively support mice but have force-feedback features built in either for steering wheels or joysticks. I tried it with the latest build of Microsoft Motorcross Madness 2 and an older Need for Speed III. Although the manager did not have a profile for Motorcross Madness 2, I simply set the mouse in the joystick mode (accomplished through a key combination) and used the regular PS/2 mouse to navigate menus. The feedback that the WingMan mouse provided in these two titles was not as good as with the native games, but it was still very noticeable.