Ars Technica writes:
"What is it about luxury gaming seats that cost $40,000? At CES 2009, I was able to climb into the NovelQuest Emperor and play a generic first-person shooter game for a while and... wow. If I were independently wealthy, this would be at the top of my list.
The monitors come down from above after you've climbed in, and the whole thing seems to want to hug you into a safe, beautiful, computing experience. The system uses a touchscreen to control all the little adjustments that allow you to sit comfortably, while you do whatever it is you do inside a $40,000 work station, and the whole thing is comfortable to an almost surreal degree. This is how God games, in other words."