PC Gaming Archive

Honeycomb Alpha Flight Controls – Review of the Features

The value of a flight simulation largely depends on accuracy and realism. Of course, not everybody is training to become an ace pilot. Some people just want to have a fun time. But in either case, there’s no beating the immersive nature of authentic flight controls. Honeycomb Alpha Flight Controls The components used by the Alpha Flight Controls were designed for sims approved by the …

First-Look Review of the Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrant

You won’t find many one-size fits-all flight mods. At least, not many that are worth using. Because different pilots need different instruments. When you’re flying a commercial aircraft, you’re not going to need the same control layout as when you’re flying a single engine craft. And having the right controls means never having to make contact with a keyboard. Whether you’re using simulations to train …

Guide to the Best PC Gaming Glasses

Anyone who spends hour after hour staring at a computer screen is subjected to an unnatural array of flickering blue light. You may have wondered why people get a headache from looking at their screen for too long, or can’t seem to fall asleep after a day in front of their computer. The reason why goes back to that strange light that you’re forcing on …

Detailed Review of the Thrustmaster TM Sim HUB

If you love racing games, using a wheel controller can be a lot of fun. Whether or not it’s actually advantageous to your play, it’s immersive and authentic. It’s probably even part of the reason why people are willing to pump so many quarters into arcade machines, they often have the best controls. But the wheel is just one part of the experience of driving. …

First-Look Review of the Thrustmaster TPR Pedals

Where’s the realism in playing flight-simulators with a D-pad? What about leaping through space while using a keyboard? In the world of simulators and gaming, tools for immersion have been used for decades. From the earliest game controllers that would rumble and shake, to gamepads that you could strap to your hand, the push for immersion has always been there. And when flight sims and …