Reviews and Problems with Gravis Destroyer Joystick
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17 December 2005
Summary: I got this on sale cheap, so thought I'd try it. And I used to have an old Gravis Sidewinder joystick that I absolutely loved. This Destroyer is not something I would bother using, as the handle feels loose, and precision shots (like trying to shoot a Tie Fighter) are difficult.
Summary: Here's a joystick to avoid, if you happen to come across one (it's been discontinued by the manufacturer). Despite a nice feel and good action, the Gravis Destroyer utterly failed the durability test. I burned through two of them in quick succession.
Excerpt: If you want a joystick that only has a few buttons and one that is easy to use, this is the one for you. Here are the Product Specifications -Symmetrical design for right- and left-handed players -2 rapid response fire buttons for quick reaction -Center-mounted rotary-throttle for realistic speed...
Excerpt: This was the first joystick i ever owned and i only got it because it was the cheapest one in game at only £9.99 . It is incredabley easy to set up no need for drivers unlike some of the more advanced joysticks. You just plug it in go to control pannel and configour it and your away.
Excerpt: I’ll be honest – I bought this joystick because it was the cheapest one in the shop. A few weeks later, I can see there were advantages and disadvantages to my decision. On the plus side, it was very easy to install – no disks, just ‘plug and play’.