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When F1 2010 won't do, try the $191,000 Cruden Hexatech simulator

"We give thumbs up to Cruden's reason for building a $191,500 F1 simulator: "Snooker rooms, swimming pools, gyms and cinemas have been done." So there. If you're over waiting for Codemasters to release F1 2009 on a real platform, or waiting for GT5 to ever show up and you have enough money to buy an SLS AMG and several weeks of track time, the Hexatech is waiting for you."

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Shaymin3000d ago (Edited 3000d ago )

Thats good but GT5 is the best driving simulator of all time

steve30x3000d ago

OH Sure. Sitting on your couch you will experience what that simulator will do without having it.

steve30x3000d ago

You could buy a real Ferari or porsche (not Porsha)for that much money. Unless you have more money than sense then that thing is a waste of money.

likedamaster3000d ago

Overkill. I think 3 screens and a wheel is enough immersion.