V5 Tested Games



Games on which the V5 has been tested
(NB if a game works well on one of the PS2/XBOX/GameCube consoles, it will probably work as well on the others.)
Some games works perfectly from the force-feedback signal.
In other games it makes less sense to be 'shocked' when the force feedback fires.
In some games the force feedback is triggered at inappropriate times.
The V5 likely works with many more games than are on this list. If you have tried the V5 on a game that it is not on this list, please let us know how well it works!



It works with MOST ps2 games, firing in time with the vibration of the controllers. These are the ones that Mindwire has so far tested:

Midnight Club 3
- works well, V5 sensitivity setting must be adjusted.
Need For Speed Underground
- works well, V5 sensitivity setting must be adjusted
Mortal Kombat - Deadly Alliance
- not great. V5 fires almost as much from own moves as from opponent's moves.
Mortal Kombat - Deception
- not great. V5 fires almost as much from own moves as from opponent's moves.
Grand Theft Auto - San Andreas
- works reasonably well, V5 sensitivity setting must be adjusted.
Racing Simulation 3
- works great. V5 only fires when you hit the walls or other cars.
Crime Life - Gang Wars
- works reasonably well. MOST of hits are caused by opponents attacking you rather than vice versa. Sensitivity setting must be adjusted for best use.
Gran Turismo 4 - Prologue
- works well. need to set sensitivity setting to '6' so that V5 only fires when you hit walls or other cars.
World War Zero
- works well. 'Controller Attack Buttons' must be configured on the V5 so that the unit doesn't fire due to you firing your own weapon.
The Warriors
- works reasonably well.
F1 Career Challenge
- works great. you get shocked when you crash.
- works great. 'Controller Attack Buttons' must be configured on the V5 so that the unit doesn't fire due to you firing your own weapon.
Half Life
- Does not work well. Force feedback triggered at inappropriate times & unit cannot be configured to cope with this.
Heros Of The Pacific
- Works great, get shocked when enemy planes shoot at you.
- 'Controller Attack Buttons' must be configured on the V5 so that the unit doesn't fire due to you firing your own weapon.
- works great.
Def jam - Fight For NY
- works great. ( and it is multiplayer. )
State Of Emergency
- Does not work well since force feedback is triggered at inappriopriate times.
Time Splitters / Time Splitters 2
- Works great. Probably the best game to use the V5 with. Multiplayer.
- Timesplitters can be configured to only give force-feedback when you are hit (not when you fire your own weapon).
Star Wars - Battlefront
- Works great. Most of the time force-feedback only happens when you get hit. With some weapons it fires slightly when you shoot your own weapon, but this can be taken care of by using the V5 attack-button settings.
Call Of Duty 2
Watch video review of V5 with Call Of Duty 2, on www.stuff.tv



It works PS3 games compatible with DualShock3, firing in time with the vibration of the controllers. These are the ones that Mindwire has so far tested:

Gran Turismo 5 Prologue
- works well. Sensitivity must be set on '7'
Tom Clany's Rainbox Six Vegas
- does not work. Reports say that this game is going to have DualShock3 support added at some stage, though on our version it does not work.

List Of Playstation3 Titles Compatible With Dualshock3 In North America And Europe, as of September 20th, 2007
(from gamewinners.com)
(in alphabetical order of company name)
Title Name Developer/Publisher
The Darkness 2K Games
Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Activision
Soldier of Fortune Activision
Devil May Cry 4 CAPCOM
N-Cube Creat Studios
Warbit Creat Studios
Dark Sector D3 PUBLISHER
Turok Disney Interactive
Highlander Eidos
Kane & Lynch: Dead Men Eidos
Burnout Paradise ELECTRONIC ARTS
FIFA franchise (title name TBD) ELECTRONIC ARTS
Legendary: The Box Gamecock
To End All Wars Ghostlight
RAGE id Software
WarDevil ? Unleash the Beast Within Ignition Entertainment
Dynasty Warriors 6 KOEI
Fatal Inertia KOEI
Blacksite: Area 51 Midway
TNA Wrestling Midway
Unreal Tournament 3 Midway
Wheelman Midway
Cops (codename, title name TBD) Pyro
Planet One (codename, title name TBD) Pyro
Heroes over Europe Red Mile Entertainment
Condemned 2 SEGA
Iron Man SEGA
The Club SEGA
The Crucible SEGA
The Incredible Hulk SEGA
Blast Factor (*1) Sony Computer Entertainment
echochrome Sony Computer Entertainment
Elefunk Sony Computer Entertainment
Folklore (*1) Sony Computer Entertainment
FORMULA ONE CHAMPIONSHIP EDITION (*1) Sony Computer Entertainment
Go! Sports Ski (*1) Sony Computer Entertainment
Heavenly Sword (*1) Sony Computer Entertainment
High Velocity Bowling Sony Computer Entertainment
MLB 08: The Show Sony Computer Entertainment
MotorStorm (*1) Sony Computer Entertainment
NBA 08 (*1) Sony Computer Entertainment
PAIN Sony Computer Entertainment
Rat Race Sony Computer Entertainment
Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction Sony Computer Entertainment
Resistance: Fall of Man (*1) Sony Computer Entertainment
Snakeball Sony Computer Entertainment
SOCOM: Confrontation Sony Computer Entertainment
Super Stardust HD (*1) Sony Computer Entertainment
TOY HOME Sony Computer Entertainment
Uncharted: Drakes Fortune Sony Computer Entertainment
Warhawk (*1) Sony Computer Entertainment
WipEout HD Sony Computer Entertainment
GirpShift Sony Online Entertainment
NBA 2K8 Take Two Sports
Destroy All Humans 3 THQ
Stuntman Ignition THQ
Assassin?s Creed UbiSoft
HAZE UbiSoft
Tom Clancys Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 (*1) UbiSoft
Tom Clancy?s Rainbow Six Vegas (*1) UbiSoft
Prototype Vivendi Games
The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena Vivendi Games



It works with MOST xbox games, firing in time with the vibration of the controllers. If it works on a particular game on the PS2, it will work on the XBOX as well, using the adapter.
These are the games that Mindwire has so far tested:

Time Splitters 2
- works great. (same as PS2 version)



It works with MOST gamecube games, firing in time with the vibration of the controllers. If it works on a particular game on the PS2, it will work on the GAMECUBE as well, using the adapter.
These are the games that Mindwire has so far tested:

- works great, you get shocked only when you crash
Time Splitters 2
- works great. (same as PS2 version)



It works with any game that supports a PC gamepad, and where vibration can be enabled.
These are the games that Mindwire has so far tested:

RS3 racing
- works great. - although setup screens are more awkward than with the consoles. 3-in-1 ps2 adapter must be used. gamepad must be selected, gamepad controls configured, force-feedback enabled, and (preferably) force-feedback sensitivity turned up to 100%
Tomb Raider - Anniversay Demo
Works great. V5 only fires when you are hit. 3-in-1 ps2 adapter must be used, and gamepad must be selected.
Need For Speed - Pro Street
Works great. V5 only fires on force-feedback signals, which generally only happen when you crash. standard RUMBLE wheel must be selected, and gamepad controls configured. force-feedback is turned on by default.
(vertical scrolling shoot-em-up) Works great. V5 sensitivity setting must be turned up to 7 or 8 (full / least sensitive) to prevent the V5 firing continuously / only fire when you are getting shot or are near explosions. (On the V5, do this by pressing MENU, then press UP several times to change to setting '7' or '8', then press MENU again to confirm). A free demo of this game can be downloaded from here
works great, with standard settings.
works great, force feedback sensitivity can be varied both in the game and on the V5. At combination that works well is 'full' in the game, and '3-4' on the V5, so that you are only punished for coming off the track.
The following is a list of (other) PC games that support force-feedback (from Wikipedia). These games have not yet been tested with the V5. NB just because they support force-feedback does not guarantee that the force-feedback is triggered at appropriate times, but it means there is a GOOD chance that the game will work.
Alien: Resurrection
BattleZone II
Beast Wars: Transformers
Black & White
Carmageddon II
Carmageddon TDR2000
Civilization III: Play the World
Civilization III: Conquests
Cold Fear
Colin McRae Rally 2
Colt's Wild West Shootout
Crazy Taxi 3: High Roller
Creature Isle
Cyber Strike 2
Dead Reckoning
Descent II
Descent 3
Descent 3: Mercenary
Die by the Sword
Drakan-Order of the Flame
Ed Hunter
Extreme Assault#
Final Countdown
G Police
GT Legends
Heavy Gear
Heavy Gear 2
Heroes of Might & Magic III Shadow of Death
Independence War
Interstate '76
Interstate 76 Arsenal
Interstate 82
MDK2 (Mod)
MechWarrior 3
MechWarrior 3: Pirate's Moon
MechWarrior 4
Metal Gear Solid 2
MIA: Missing in Action
Nocturne (Patch)
Professional Bullrider
RailRoad Tycoon 2: Gold Edition
Rocket Jockey
Shadow Master
Shattered Reality
Shogo Mobile Armor (Patch)
Slave Zero (Patch)
Space Rocks 3D' (Patch)
Speedboat Attack
Star Control 4
Star Siege: Tribes
Star Wars: Rogue Squadron 3D
Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire: Battle of Hoth
Tachyon: The Fringe
The Godfather: The Game
Thunder Brigade
Tiger Shark
Top Shot
Unreal Tournament 2004
Uprising 2: Lead and Destroy
Urban Assault
Wild Metal Country
X2: Wolverine's Revenge
X-Com: Interceptor

Katie Cadet and the StarFlyers
Reader Rabbit Toddler
Zillions of Games

---Flight/Space Simulation---
Abyss Lights: Frozen Systems
Air Warrior II
Air Warrior III
ACES: The X-Fighters
Comanche 4 (Patch)
Combat Flight Simulator
Combat Flight Simulator 3
Confirmed Kill
Crimson Skies (IFR Mod)
Dawn of Aces
Descent: FreeSpace The Great War
Descent: FreeSpace: Silent Threat
Earth Siege 3
European Air War
F-16 Multirole Fighter
F-22: Air Dominance Fighter
F-22 Lightning 3
F-22 Total Air War
Falcon 4.0
Fighter Ace II
Fighter Duel SE
Fighter Legends: Europe 1944
Flight Simulator 2004
Fighter Squadron: The Screamin' Demons over Europe
Flanker 2.0
Flight Combat: Thunder Over Europe
Flight Simulator X
Flight Simulator 2000
Flight Simulator 95
Flight Unlimited II
Flying Corps Gold
Flying Heroes
Flying Nightmares 2
FreeSpace 2
IL-2 Sturmovik
IL-2 Sturmovik 1946
IL-2 Sturmovik: Forgotten Battles
Jane's Attack Squadron
Jane's F/A-18
Jane's Israeli Air Force
Jane's US Air Force
JetFighter Full Burn
JetFighter III
JSF: Joint Strike Fighter
Jumpgate Universe
Mig Alley
Mig-29 Fulcrum
Nations WWII Fighter Command
Pacific Fighters
Plane Crazy
Pro Pilot
Pro Pilot 99
Red Baron II
Red Baron II 3D
Return Fire II
Sabre Ace: Conflict Over Korea
Secret Weapons Over Normandy
Sierra Pro Pilot
Star Wars Episode 1: Battle for Naboo
Star Wars: Episode 1 Racer
Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance
Team Apache
Total Air War
Ultra Fighters
Way Point Zeta
WWII Fighters
X: The Threat
X: Reunion

---First Person Shooters---
Absolute Redemption (Half-Life Mod)
Firearms (Half-Life Mod)
Half-Life (Mod)
Medal of Honor: Allied Assault
No One Lives Forever (Patch)
Operation FlashPoint (Patch)
Operation Flashpoint Resistance
Quake (Mod)
Return to Castle Wolfenstein (Patch)
Serious Sam: The First Encounter (Patch)
Serious Sam: The Second Encounter
Soldier of Fortune
Soldier of Fortune 2
Star Trek: Voyager: Elite Force (Patch)
Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy
Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast
Tribes 2
Unreal Tournament 2003
Unreal Tournament 2004
Wanted! (Half-Life Mod)

--Sports Games---
ABC's Monday Night Football
ABC's College Football "Heroes of the Grid Iron"
Baseball 2000
Baseball 3D: 1998 Edition
Boarder Zone
Deer Hunter 2
Field & Stream Trophy Bass 3D
Front Page Trophy Bass II
Font Page Trophy Bass II Deluxe
Front Page Sports Trophy Rivers
Madden NFL 99
Madden NFL 2000
Madden NFL 2001
NCAA Football 2000
NFL Blitz 2000
NFL Fever 2000
Powerboat Racing
FPS Ski Racing
Ski Alpin
Snow Wave "Avalanche"
Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2
Tony Hawk Pro Skater 4
unnecessary Roughness '96
ESPN XGames Pro Boarder



All consoles (PS3/PS2/XBOX/XBOX360/Gamecube/Wii/PC)

The Mindwire-V5 works with games specially written to work with it.
Games written to work with the V5 can make use of special electrical effects, accurate hit locations on the body, ability to use the native system's controls rather than a PS2 controller, and multi-player modes (including 2 players on a single V5 unit).
Mindwire is working with developers to deliver these games.