Pros: This thing works and has pretty good software.
Cons: In some games the left joystick is inverted and you can't change it. The joystick holes are SQUARE. WHY ARE THEY SQUARE?!?! It means that its pretty hard to accurately go left/right/up/down. Stupid stupid design.
Summary: The good: . Plug and Play. Logitech software actually worked with XP Long Battery Life No problems when using a "logitech" wireless keyboard/mouse. . The Bad: The buttons that I use for throttle and brake, which are the top ones on the front (6 & 5) are On/Off only.
Summary: Great for emulations of older games, bad for current games. NOT worth $30, should be more like $15
Pros: It has an 8 way D-pad, 2 joysticks, 12 buttons and vibration.
Cons: square holes for the joysticks makes for some awkward controlling. Not that great for FPS games, or games that were made for pc & consoles. It is HIGHLY sensitive to movement, playing Halo 1, i have to have the sensitivity on 1 and its still too sensitive. Playing on games like Mirrors Edge, Obli...
Good controller, but it can affect wireless networking
Douglas A., Newegg
18 October 2009
Summary: The fact that the device has changed very little over the years attests to the soundness of the design.
Pros: I've had this controller for several years, and it still works perfectly. After countless hours of use, the coatings and surfaces are all intact and scratch-free. Never had a problem with it missing button pushes up to about 20 feet. Very good battery life.
Cons: Since it operates on the 2.4GHz band it will interfere with 802.11b/g/n, and I've seen my connection go from 54Mbps to 11 just by plugging in the base. Make sure you have several feet of separation between the base receiver and your WiFi gear, or if you have 802.11n hardware use the 5GHz band.
Summary: Lastly, Logitech should really improve the grips of these controllers.
Pros: Buttons and sticks are very flexible. Its Signalling seems very good, I never had problems with bad signals or wrong inputs.
Cons: This game controller has square shape holes for the analog sticks. These square holes are unbelievably annoying when you are playing fighting games which are very, very sensitive to movement inputs. As an example, when you play Street Fighter 4 with this controller, it is so difficult pull out ul...
Summary: Since it does not have triggers, I returned it. But, if it had triggers and full compatibility with xbox pad, I would definitely buy this one instead of xbox one. Its design and build quality is for me way better than the one from xbox.
Pros: Overall good build quality, nice looking device. Works okay through xinput emulator with xbox based games, but not exactly as xbox game pad does.
Cons: For those who want to play racing games such as grid, dirt, keep this in mind; This game pad does not have analog triggers which are usually mapped as a throttle & break. So, delicate throttle or breaking is impossible at all. Only full throttle/breaking or nothing.
Summary: other than the odd analog configuration, this is a good controller
Pros: comfortable feel, uses familiar PS2 layout and button/analog arangement. No problems w/ Vice City, GTAII or Penguin Panic. Easy setup with Logitech's software.
Cons: the analog controls has a rather odd box shaped 'opening' which the squares are in the diagonal position, which is terrible if you need to use the up right left or down control. This will allow the stick to slide more towards the diagonal direction which makes it hard to control the characters in...
Summary: I'm using these in a multiple emulator system with mamewah, multiple mames, snes9x, fusion, and nestopia. The whole thing works very smoothly aside from the dos box thing (see cons).
Pros: Lots of buttons, PS2-like (which I'm used to), decent config, high quality directional buttons (no "sticking," feels just like ps2, maybe better) and analog sticks.
Cons: You CAN NOT CONFIGURE MORE THAN 1 CONTROLLER TO USE KEYBOARD BINDINGS, YOU MUST USE THE JOYSTICK BUTTONS FOR 2 CONTROLLERS. This is a limitation of the driver, as confirmed by logitech support. If you want 2 controllers in a game that doesn't support joysticks, you're out of luck. This is unfortu...