Gamespot heeft een review van de Logitech Wingman Force Feedback Mouse in elkaar geknutseld. Het idee achter deze FF muis lijkt op zich best wel cool, alleen blijkt het beessie nogal onhandelbaar te zijn geworden. Gamespot vindt het dan ook een zuigmuis en geeft een rating van 2/5. Uh ooh:
The FeelIt desktop adds force-feedback effects to your desktop, including applications. The effects range from the sublime to the ridiculous to the frustrating. The sublime moment occurred when stretching a window; there was a nice resistance to the movement. The ridiculous was feeling the mouse "bump" through a ton of URL links on a busy web page. It was very difficult to center on the desired link. Frustration occurred when trying to move the mouse cursor to the scroll bar - the mouse insisted on pushing my hand to one side of the bar or the other. At times, the mouse would begin vibrating wildly, nearly pulling out of my hand.
Games are another disappointment. I loaded up the beta copy of Gruntz. The force-feedback effects were again too coarse. It was quite difficult to control the little gruntz while playing. Booting up a couple additional force-feedback games - Mechwarrior 3 and Heavy Gear 2 - also revealed problems. The mouse cursor in MW3 alternated between wild gyrations and no movement at all. HG2 fared a little better, but the effects were more distracting than useful.